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Friendly staff!
Cheap and affordable item!
It's nice that you could find what you wanted and the staff there could help you out explain everything detail

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Singapore’s annual premiere architecture festival, Archifest – a Festival of Ideas for the City – returns for its eighth year with a new theme, ‘CROWD’, running from 26 September to 11 October 2014. It will present architecture in a relevant, and...

Singapore’s annual premiere architecture festival, Archifest – a Festival of Ideas for the City – returns for its eighth year with a new theme, ‘CROWD’, running from 26 September to 11 October 2014. It will present architecture in a relevant, and engaging way, strengthening the affinity between architecture and people, through a line-up of exhibitions, activities and speakers that architects, students and the public can look forward to.

“The theme of ‘CROWD’ this year holds abundant possibilities, we hope to create an in-depth discourse especially in the aspect of the two subthemes, Collective Intelligence and Community Capital, during the festival. We are looking forward to seeing the community coming together in the conference, sharing sessions, workshops and other activities of Archifest 2014 in sharing of locals and international architectural works and ideas”, explained the Festival Committee Chairman, Mr Patrick Lee.


With the six key pillars of this year, namely Archifest Pavilion, Urban Lab, Archifest Conference, Architours, Fringe and Archxpo, Archifest 2014 aims to continue bringing great minds and people together to share ideas, collaborate and form collectives to create even better places for the public.

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It is very pleasing to know that someone on God's good earth has taken the initiative to look towards ecologically friendly means of creating nice furniture! Wood is the new luxury, darlings :)I am especially enamoured with Journey East's reclaimed...

It is very pleasing to know that someone on God's good earth has taken the initiative to look towards ecologically friendly means of creating nice furniture! Wood is the new luxury, darlings :)

I am especially enamoured with Journey East's reclaimed wood dining tables and furnishings. They take a very serious approach to making sure that the wood is recycled from old teak houses in Java, and estimate that the wood in their furniture is at least 50 years old. The weathered grain and knots show it, and a clever sign in the shop that says 'I prefer the beauty of imperfection' reinforces this ethos.


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