SINGAPORE: MAISON&OBJET ASIA Collaborates with Robinsons
By Babette Radclyffe-Thomas

Iconic Singaporean department store Robinsons is currently showcasing select pieces from MAISON&OBJET Asia at its new flagship store, Robinsons Orchard.

Mar 14, 2014
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Iconic Singaporean department store Robinsons is currently showcasing select pieces from MAISON&OBJET Asia at its new flagship store, Robinsons Orchard. Robinsons is the official retailer for MAISON&OBJET Asia, and this month is home to a selection of innovative and sophisticated designs by some of Asia’s most exciting designers. The ground floor houses The Space, an exhibition area that displays these design pieces in a scaled down display of a typical Singaporean apartment. Robinsons Orchard is also exhibiting works by MAISON&OBJET Asia’s Designer of the Year Kenneth Cobonque as well as work by four emerging designers who comprise the Rising Asian Talents, including Denny Rasyid Priyatna, Liliana Christina Manahan, Lo Yu-Fen and Melvin Ong. MAISON & OBJET Asia runs from 10 to 13 March, and Robinsons Orchard will showcase the designs through March 31 2014. –Babette Radclyffe-Thomas

Ana Wall Clock by Denny Rasyid Priyatna (Indonesia). Photo Credit: Denny Rasyid Priyatna & Junita Ratna Maryam

Fork chopsticks by Lo Yu-Fen (Taiwan)

Itty Bitty by Melvin Ong (Singapore) Photo Credit: Jovian Lim Photography

J Low Chair by Denny Rasyid Priyatna (Indonesia). Photo Credit: Denny Rasyid Priyatna & Junita Ratna Maryam

Rok_01 by Melvin Ong (Singapore). Photo Credit: Jovian Lim Photography

SPINE VASES by Lilianna Manahan

Take breath pot by Lo Yu-Fen (Taiwan)

Robinsons Orchard, 260 Orchard Road, Singapore, 238855 / +65 6735 8838

Images courtesy of Robinsons and Phish Communications


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