Visit Warehouse 72-13 and drop your business card into the lucky door prize for a chance to win an Okamura chair on Saturday 21 May. You can also pick up a handy eco-friendly bag and enjoy some snacks and beverages, inspired by Okamura’s Japanese heritage. You’ll also get the chance to see the launch of […]
May 2nd, 2011
Visit Warehouse 72-13 and drop your business card into the lucky door prize for a chance to win an Okamura chair on Saturday 21 May.
You can also pick up a handy eco-friendly bag and enjoy some snacks and beverages, inspired by Okamura’s Japanese heritage.
You’ll also get the chance to see the launch of the Leopard chair with robotic technology, innovative styling and exceptional comfort; Luce, ergonomic multi-purpose seating designed in collaboration with Giugiaro Design and the FW fully modular bench system that encourages knowledge creation.
Okamura International is a subsidiary of Okamura Corporation, a leading Japanese office furniture manufacturer for over 60 years who are globally recognised for quality products with a high degree of design and engineering.
Okamura International have been dedicated to supplying the Singapore design market for over 15 years with an aim to provide ergonomic, innovative and inspirational commercial furniture.
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