The thing that makes EDL stand out from its peers in the laminate scene is its unusual but compelling artist-like way of thinking. The driving forces behind the Singapore-founded company are self-proclaimed curators, whose singular goal is to provide architects and interior designers with durable and good-looking high pressure laminates that last (trust us!). Everything that EDL does is guided by a simple philosophy to inspire experiences, one space at a time.
Established in 2006 by Brit architect Mark Webb and Japanese interior designer Naoko Takenouchi, the studio specialises in restaurant, hotel and bar projects. It believes in a holistic design approach, developing the architecture, interior and furniture for each project. The Black Swan and the Potatohead Folk in Singapore are some of the pair’s most memorable works.
K2LD is driven by a collaborative culture with every individual involved. Each of the firm's projects is a combination of the sense and sensibility of architecture; between time, light and material. Their design philosophy is not to be driven by style, but beauty that’s focused on the process of creation and refinement of ideas.
Furniture. Products. Spaces. Timo Wong and Priscilla Lui has got them covered. The pair considers their design practice as a freedom of exploration and as a medium for collaboration. Each of their projects is a union of simplicity and warmth, and functionalism and whimsy.
Are you as excited as we are? Then register for Singapore Indesign and see the beautiful range for yourselves on 7 October at the Curated Space!