EDL Taps Three Cool Singapore Design Firms for #SGID17!

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.

For #SGID17, EDL has teamed up with three of Singapore’s most forward-thinking design firms to design a range of furniture created using its innovative FENIX NTM® Compact.

Wait, who?

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Takenouchi Webb

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.

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K2LD Architects

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.

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Studio Juju

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!