Could you feel the change Friday night? Did you feel a shift in energy? It caught on the breeze and wafted across Singapore with the scent of soil conducted by a white noise buzz.
Discover a connection with this tart red cherry you see all over Singapore and discover why it has been a form of inspiration for artists and chefs alike.
Six leading minds from diverse creative fields presented their work and thoughts: Joshua Judd (Director at SRSS Interior Design), Robbyn Carter (Project Director at HBA), Aldwin Ong (Design Director and Principal at Wilson Associates), Tan Lun Cheak (Studio Director at Kohler Asia Pacific), designer Olivia Lee and artist Mamakan.
The third, and last, of the Qi GLOBAL summits, this event was entitled “Designing Asia 2.0: Driving Innovation Culture”. More than 300 innovators met face-to-face over a few days to discuss trends and ideas of how to design a more inclusive and sustainable model of progress in Asia.
The speakers a this three-day event represent some of the world’s most progressive thinkers and doers. Those who are devoting their time and effort into inventing, building, thinking, designing and writing the script for future world of our children and their children.
The amazing line-up of speakers have one thing in common: they have created sensible solutions to problems that they could see negatively impacting lives and habitats, and responded with good old hard work and devotion.
The launch event themed "Human Progress in Harmony with Nature" was incredibly significant, not only for the speakers or the exhibition of cool green design, but for the fact that it connected likeminded people with the ability to create powerful change.