Australia’s howwecreate.com and PALAMONT were in town on Friday 5 October at Chan Hampe Galleries to share insights on manufacturing with local designers.
October 10th, 2012
Then on Saturday, the intrepid team journeyed to Saturday in Design exhibiting venues on trishaws to meet the people!
Special thanks to Pacific Beverages for the drinks and kikki.K for the goodie bags.
Photography by Yong Sze Yuen Kelvin
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