It was a jam-packed day of design and community togetherness. Relive some of the best moments from Saturday Indesign 2019 in our recap video!
Four of Singapore’s brightest interior designers came together to share and discuss the challenges – and rewards – of Singapore’s unique residential design sector.
Singapore’s design community came together for important discussions and a lot of fun. We get you up to speed on the products and topics you need to know from the day.
Walking meetings and escape nooks – designed for both connection and disconnection – are key to wellness and productivity in two new workspaces at Paya Lebar Quarter.
Collaborative installations have always been a key component of Saturday Indesign. This year six Singaporean studios partnered with four exhibitors to bring something special to the day. We recap their impressive interventions.
We love giving out prizes at Saturday Indesign and this year we partnered with 11 amazing Saturday Indesign exhibitors at Tan Boon Liat Building for #TBLshelfie. And here are our winners!
In light of a slowing market and growing concentration of design practices, three design entrepreneurs tell us how they keep the lights on while following their dreams.
What’s better than a party to cap off a full day of design immersion? We wrapped up Saturday Indesign Singapore 2019 with nibbles, tipples and more catch-ups at the Fritz Hansen Lounge.
There was wine. Words were censored. The audience was split. The trophy had to be dismantled. Here’s a recap of what went down at the Saturday Indesign Debate at 72-13.
An architect, an engineer and an interior designer working in the hospitality sector discuss alternative building materials, penalties for polluting construction, and time as an aspect of sustainability.
The number of brand touchpoints is expanding, say three leading retail designers and strategists, and brands are starting to take on human qualities.