An exhibition featuring 15 talents from Singapore explore the magic in design through the looking glass of a new alchemy: a selection of tools and objects inspired by the alchemical process of transforming substances such as lead into gold. Curated by Stefan Casciani (italy) and Patrick Chia (singapore), and produced by Yoichi Nakamuta, the pieces on show at ‘the alchemists’ paid homage to the culture of the avant-garde in which various mediums were explored.

Pour (table) has been developed for this showcase, and will be exhibited alongside some pieces from the Spotted Nyonya Collection.

La Triennale di Milano
14th – 19th April 2015
Milan Design Week

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Fruitbowl Lah, The Merlion Shopper, and the Spotted Nyonya Collection were selected for the permanent exhibition curated by the Singapore Design Council that chronicles the development of the Singapore design scene from its early years in the 1960s, through maturity, into the vibrant industry that we see today, the design industry has emerged into a creative powerhouse and a key driver of a nation’s innovation-based economy.

National Design Centre
9:00 AM to 9:00 PM Daily

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Lumber was selected and installed at the Sentosa – Beach Station and Merlion Plaza.

Organised by URA, “Pick a bench, Pick a place” is an opportunity for the public to tell us where you would like to have more seating around Singapore. Choose from a total of 24 locations and 24 bench designs, 15 public spaces with the most votes will each have up to four unique benches installed. All benches will be made using seating planks from the former National Stadium, designed from the former project BENCH.

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Hans Tan is one of 10 designers invited by the Thailand Department of International Trade Promotion for the Asia Talents 10 Eco Designers exhibition symposium. Bundled Vase will debut, as well as  Striped Ming No.3,4,5,6 &7.

Queen Sirikit National Convention Center, Bangkok, Thailand
18th – 21st September 2014