Surrounded by Ketna Patel’s pop art, Haworth quite possibly had the most colourful venue at SiD. Its latest xFriends partner, Matzform, was there to ‘meet the crowd’. A few furniture pieces were even decked in Patel’s eye-catching work.
October 10th, 2012
Photography by Yong Sze Yuen Kelvin and Luo Jingmei
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