Singapore Indesign has always been the gathering ground for the newest and most cutting-edge products and ideas in design. This year is no different (if not more so!). Here’s what some of the leading names in workplace design will be bringing you on event day, 4 October 2014.
September 10th, 2014
ThinkingWorks by Thinking Ergonomix: The 4 Things You Need In Your Office Today
A well-designed product that intelligently addresses the needs of workers today can make all the difference when it comes to improving one’s performance at work. At Singapore Indesign, ThinkingWorks by Thinking Ergonomix will be debuting four new products that do just that. Story here.
Kokuyo: The Workplace Made Extraordinary
At its very core, Kokuyo is in the business of steadfastly improving and evolving the workplace through a tireless design process of adjusting, tweaking and refining the smallest details.
A regular at Indesign: The Event, Kokuyo returns this year with an even wider range of products in what will be an updated showroom with a whole new range of products for the modern workplace. Story here.
Waldmann Lighting: The Very Latest In Illumination
At Singapore Indesign, be the first to see new products launched by Waldmann Lighting at this year’s Light + Building, the world’s largest lighting show in Frankfurt. These include the new round LED room light Vivaa, the freestanding luminaire Lavigo and the customisable LED task light PARA.MI. Story here.
Wilkhahn: A Singapore Indesign Exclusive
Wilkhahn’s award-winning workplace chairs and furnishings have brought them from 1907, Germany all the way across Europe and the Asia Pacific. And this year at Singapore Indesign, the company will be debuting their Graph table in Singapore. Story here.
Hospitality In Tomorrow’s Office
Merx and Indesign Media have invited Singapore’s most innovative designers of commercial interiors to reimagine the corporate hospitality space in the workplace. And you’ll get to see all the winning works at Singapore Indesign 2014. Story here.
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