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Strategies to building a resilient retail brand in today’s dynamic economy

Strategies to building a resilient retail brand in today’s dynamic economy

Discover how Lamitak has fortified its brand identity and ensured business continuity even after two decades of operations – and how to apply its successful strategies to your own business.

Bosch and Aster Cucine join forces in a sustainable kitchen design partnership

Bosch and Aster Cucine join forces in a sustainable kitchen design partnership

Bosch teams up with AsterCucine in an exciting partnership which heralds a new era in kitchen solutions, blending cutting-edge appliances with environmentally responsible craftsmanship.

Marazzi: Pioneering excellence in ceramic innovations and sustainability

Marazzi: Pioneering excellence in ceramic innovations and sustainability

From humble origins to global recognition, discover Marazzi’s illustrious journey of innovation, sustainability, and design excellence that has shaped the ceramic industry for decades.

6 Singapore designers exhibit their sustainable creations at Milan Design Week

6 Singapore designers exhibit their sustainable creations at Milan Design Week

Six of Singapore’s most progressive designers exhibit their sustainable creations at Future Impact in Milan.

Lamitak releases new collection of sustainable laminates

Lamitak releases new collection of sustainable laminates

Lamitak unveils its Vol.1, Intervention collection of laminates with design longevity in mind and addresses climate change with sustainable business practices.

Prioritising an eco-conscious approach in the kitchen

Prioritising an eco-conscious approach in the kitchen

Sustainable products and practices go hand-in-hand in reducing environmental impact

The Waste Refinery: Beautiful objects made from waste

The Waste Refinery: Beautiful objects made from waste

Running from 6 November 2021 to 16 January 2022 at National Design Centre, the exhibition features 20 international and local creators designing with waste as the starting point.