At Saturday in Design Singapore on 21 May, Stylecraft presented a strong lineup of new products from leading brands such as Arper, Derlot, Tacchini and more, against a unique backdrop of a Chinese teahouse.
June 13th, 2011
Stylecraft offered up plenty to see and do over at their Central Mall showroom during Saturday in Design: a host of new chairs, tables, accessories and more to feed one’s interest for good design, and a delicious menu of local delights to fill one’s stomach. All this set within an Oriental teahouse created by Natalie Louey of Ong&Ong and PDM International’s own Karen Fairfax.
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