The design and architecture crowd was out in force in Singapore over the weekend for Singapore Indesign and a housewarming for Flokk & JEB helped to kick-off of the year’s biggest design event.
October 16th, 2019
The shophouse at 49 Cantonment Road had a steady queue last week and a full house of friends from the design and architecture community across all four floors.
It was a special night for Flokk and JEB, as well as for Indesign Media Asia, as together we celebrated the redesign and relaunch of this familiar spot on Singapore’s design circuit, and kicked off the Saturday Indesign Singapore.
Flokk and JEB, in collaboration with Holmris B8 and Walter Knoll, have created a special new showroom experience completed by products from Pierre Frey and Louis Poulsen. The Flokk and JEB team worked with none other than Siren Design to reinvent the showroom. The space references the four seasons of Scandinavia, true to the origins of Flokk.
For the relaunch event, the top floor of the showroom offered a special winter experience via an inhabitable inflated cloud and special light projections alluding to the northern lights.
Congratulations to Flokk, JEB, Holmris B8, Walter Knoll and Siren Design on the showroom launch!
The Saturday Indesign festivities rolled out at two locations – the Tan Boon Liat Building, where 15 showrooms hosted special events and installations, and the Theatreworks building at 72-13 Mohamed Sultan Road, where ten brands made dedicated displays to showcase their products.
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