The Curated Space at Saturday in Design is always a big crowd puller, given that it houses not one, not two, but many different exhibitors, designers and project installations in one central city location.
This year, the Curated Space will be located at the red dot design museum in the heart of the Singapore CBD.
Thinking Ergonomix will be there to launch no less than five products; Deco Expression will introduce a unique range of Vorwerk carpets by renowned designers such as Zaha Hadid and Jean Nouvel; and Bode and Vantage will be collaborating with Studio Daminato on a project installation and presenting brands such as Tsar Carpets, Timorous Beasties and Kinnasand.
Also check out Create Stone, which will be launching in Singapore for the first time, Korla’s colourful made-to-measure handprinted fabrics, and Stylecraft’s showcase of products from Ritzwell, Arper, Derlot Editions and Tacchini.
The Curated Space will also play host to Australian designers Björn Rust, Alexander Lotersztain and Jason Bird, as well as the works of David Shaw, Surya Graf and Marc Harrison under Quench, a collective that aims to promote the works of designers from Queensland.
While there, feast your eyes on an installation by MINUS made out of Cubes magazines, and don’t forget to join in the “Neighbourhood Game” organised by Design Hotels. Simply describe the cities shown on maps for a chance to win a hotel stay for two at New Majestic Hotel and Tokyo’s Park Hotel.
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