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Meet The Co-Founder Of Contemporary Lifestyle Brand Akar de Nissim
Hoping to represent a fusion of styles - Asian and European (and now, international), ancient and contemporary, masculine and feminine – founders Marianne Fabre and Richard Le Sand created the fictional character of Akar de Nissim, a 50-year old dandy. We spoke to Marianne to find out more. How did your brand
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5 Reasons Why Design Lovers Should Check Out Potato Head Hong Kong
Combining food, design and music in one address, Potato Head Hong Kong is the city’s latest hipster playground. Here are 5 reasons why any self-confessed trendsetter should check it out. The Sou Fujimoto-designed space is a great example of how traditional and contemporary design can co-exist Evoking a residential space that meshes local
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Meet A Calligraphy Artist Who Keeps The Art Of Penmanship Alive
We caught up with Clarence Wee, the calligraphy artist behind homegrown studio, Craft Varies, to find out more about his novel company. Tell us about Craft Varies Craft Varies specialises in calligraphy and handcrafted work, including handwritten invitations, envelopes, sign painting and calligraphic art pieces. Craft Varies also works closely
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Bid For One-Of-A-Kind Pieces At This Furniture Store
Itching to take part in an auction to bag exclusive furniture but worried about burning a hole in your pocket? No worries, HotLotz, Singapore’s first auction house dedicated to vintage furnishings, has you covered. Its sizeable showroom at Lower Delta Road is filled to the brim with affordable art and
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A Scandinavian Designer Who Weaves Light Into This Creations
Kim Thomé, a Norwegian-born industrial designer (who, incidentally, grew up in Singapore) tells us what inspires him to come up with his light-capturing colourful designer. Tell us more about how you came up with the Plinth candleholders for Atelier Swarovski Home.   I first worked with Swarovski for a project
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Meet The Interior Designer Who Wants To Make Your Life Easier
Dess Chew, the principal designer at in-demand interior design firm, three-d conceptwerke, chats about the need to rethink trends, and create designs and spaces with longevity instead. Let’s start with your personal journey in interior design. Since my childhood days, I’ve been interested in sociology, non-fiction books and creative work.
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Pick Up An Interior Decor Idea Or Two At This Cosy Cafe
Located within the shiny new MediaCorp Campus at 1 Stars Avenue, Cafe Melba at Mediapolis replicates the laid-back atmosphere and kid-friendly policy of its older sibling but with a more sophisticated slant. Designed as a relaxing spot for one-north office workers to retreat to in the middle and end of the day,
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A Furniture Shop For All Things Scandinavian
Different strokes work for different folks, just like how home decor is subject to the taste and preference of homeowners. At times, this subjectivity makes it hard to cater to the many individualistic desires. Having centred its four-floor showground around the concept of “thematic spheres”, HomesToLife carries a sizeable selection
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Go Camping Without The Clean-Up At Camp Kilo
Think “barbeque” and the inevitable images of Korean table barbeques or sweaty evenings at East Coast Park come to mind. However, there is a new kid on the block that is about to challenge your perceptions of charcoal-roasted meat joints. Camp Kilo Charcoal Club is a weekend-only casual dive that combines
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