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SINGAPORE: District Design Dialogue X Say Hi To

SINGAPORE: District Design Dialogue X Say Hi To

SINGAPORE: District Design Dialogue X Say Hi To

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For the first time this year and on the occasion of the Singapore Design Week, the Holland Village neighborhood offers a series of installations, workshops and exhibitions - District Design Dialogue - from March 10 to 18, 2018 around global design. Thus, a discovery of design product, furniture, food but also art is offered through a journey in the most Bohemian district of the megalopolis...

Organised by the creative agency Hjgher, the event is hosting several "houses , each with a theme, so as to present a wide and rewarding creative universe to visitors. In terms of design, find out the Say Hi ToHouse, a gallery-like space curating a dozen of local artists and designers, selected for the occasion by its founder, Kristen de la Valliere. Shed light on the rising stars of Singaporean design.

 

 

DAZINGFEELSGOOD (DFG)

 

For Singapore Design Week 2018, creative agency Hjgher has come up with the District Design Dialogue in Holland Village, or a series of events and exhibitions around design.
For Singapore Design Week 2018, creative agency Hjgher has come up with the District Design Dialogue in Holland Village, or a series of events and exhibitions around design.
For Singapore Design Week 2018, creative agency Hjgher has come up with the District Design Dialogue in Holland Village, or a series of events and exhibitions around design.

The duo Dazingfeelsgood exhibits its three pieces of furniture composing the whole System on the occasion of the DDD event. Stemming from an experiential approach, the designers have imagined a process that allows design to take place in our lives rather than the creation of furniture itself. Indeed, it is from two extruded geometric shapes, and in accordance with their directional axes, that three elements appear that the duo qualify as "non-design". An ingenious deconstruction of the creative process.

 

 

HJGHER

 

For Singapore Design Week 2018, creative agency Hjgher has come up with the District Design Dialogue in Holland Village, or a series of events and exhibitions around design.
For Singapore Design Week 2018, creative agency Hjgher has come up with the District Design Dialogue in Holland Village, or a series of events and exhibitions around design.
For Singapore Design Week 2018, creative agency Hjgher has come up with the District Design Dialogue in Holland Village, or a series of events and exhibitions around design.

The multidisciplinary agency Hjgher is part of the organising committee of the event District Design Dialogue along with the magazine Underscore and the Singapore Design Week. Within the the Say Hi To Houseassociation, the duo - Justin Long and Jerry Goh - presents its chair Rye, designed to embody both strength and fragility. Inspired by Brutalism, the two partners propose an element that works on the concept of balance, refers to the past and anticipates the future. In Singapore, you can also enjoy their latest achievements in interior, Kith on Orchard Road and The Cheese Artisans on Greenwood Avenue.

 

 

INDUSTRY +

 

For Singapore Design Week 2018, creative agency Hjgher has come up with the District Design Dialogue in Holland Village, or a series of events and exhibitions around design.
For Singapore Design Week 2018, creative agency Hjgher has come up with the District Design Dialogue in Holland Village, or a series of events and exhibitions around design.
For Singapore Design Week 2018, creative agency Hjgher has come up with the District Design Dialogue in Holland Village, or a series of events and exhibitions around design.
For Singapore Design Week 2018, creative agency Hjgher has come up with the District Design Dialogue in Holland Village, or a series of events and exhibitions around design.

The Say Hi To House also presents a selection of products and designers pampered by Industry +, which exhibits as a gallery and promotes contemporary Asian design of great quality. Industry + collaborates with various avant-garde designers including here KIMUwho specially designed the New/Old Divider, flexible, allowing the experience to be adapted to each user. Or even the delicate collection of boxes Luxury Towers by Studio Juju, which, having a bubble floating in the center of the objects, leave the time like suspended...

 

 

OLIVIA LEE

  

For Singapore Design Week 2018, creative agency Hjgher has come up with the District Design Dialogue in Holland Village, or a series of events and exhibitions around design.
For Singapore Design Week 2018, creative agency Hjgher has come up with the District Design Dialogue in Holland Village, or a series of events and exhibitions around design.
For Singapore Design Week 2018, creative agency Hjgher has come up with the District Design Dialogue in Holland Village, or a series of events and exhibitions around design.

If you have been to the Milan design fair 2017you couldn't miss the the Athena collection, by the talented Olivia Lee, at the Salone Satellite. An ôde to contemporary women, the designer incorporates technology into a series of resolutely glamorous and feminine objects, without distorting them. Based in Singapore, Olivia Lee is the ingenious touch that had to be brought to this edition of District Design Dialogue.

 

 

STUDIO DAM

 

For Singapore Design Week 2018, creative agency Hjgher has come up with the District Design Dialogue in Holland Village, or a series of events and exhibitions around design.
For Singapore Design Week 2018, creative agency Hjgher has come up with the District Design Dialogue in Holland Village, or a series of events and exhibitions around design.

On the occasion of DDD event, Studio Dam has collaborated with Say Hi To on a light installation: Chroma 100. Between translucency and colors, the object takes up their previous series Chroma Lightto further explore the effect of light on materials. Indeed, theinstallation encompasses 100 white porcelain cones on the outside and for some, tinted inside, colors that reflect on the other cones through the material thus creating a dynamic interaction... A poetic work and a smart collaboration to absolutely discover !

 

 

STUDIO JUJU

 

For Singapore Design Week 2018, creative agency Hjgher has come up with the District Design Dialogue in Holland Village, or a series of events and exhibitions around design.
For Singapore Design Week 2018, creative agency Hjgher has come up with the District Design Dialogue in Holland Village, or a series of events and exhibitions around design.
For Singapore Design Week 2018, creative agency Hjgher has come up with the District Design Dialogue in Holland Village, or a series of events and exhibitions around design.
For Singapore Design Week 2018, creative agency Hjgher has come up with the District Design Dialogue in Holland Village, or a series of events and exhibitions around design.

Finally, in the Say Hi To House, you can enjoy the work of Studio Juju - Timo Wong and Priscilla Lui - which as its name implies presents their non-conventional collection The Unfamiliar. Exploring the relationship between form and function, the designers explore new visual languages in terms of furniture using the simplicity of the tubular structure bending technique. They disturb the usually essential and logical forms to make them unexpected and innovative. Smart project.

 

 

District Design Dialogue (DDD event), Holland Village, Singapore

From 10 to 18 March 2018

 

For Singapore Design Week 2018, creative agency Hjgher has come up with the District Design Dialogue in Holland Village, or a series of events and exhibitions around design.

 

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They are also exhibited in the Say Hi To house: Dawn Ng, Jodi Tan, Jovian Lim and Ripple Root.

 

Originally posted 2018-03-13 09:00:40.

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