The Millenia Walk Design PlaySpace campaign brings design professionals together with shoppers looking to design their homes. The theme, ‘design through play’, explores design through play, and effectively introduces intuitive free-play in design tinkering, experimentation and creative exploration.
The Business Times: A YOUNG boy getting a lift for a better view of the 12-metre-tall Christmas tree at Millenia Walk. The Tree of ImagiNature, as it is called, is made from wood and PVC. The design and construction of the tree encompass the themes of imagination and warm togetherness as each panel has been...
Her World: Delight your tastebuds and feed your mind at MilleniaWalk’s A Trail of Delicious Design Campaign, a satellite partner of Singapore Design Week. Through interactive installations, showcases, masterclasses, shopper rewards and promotions, visitors will discover the mall’s commitment to design.
Home & Decor: Millenia Walk: A Trail of Delicious Design
Held at Millenia Walk, this interesting trail will showcase the creative work from both local and foreign talents! You'll be able to explore a variety of exhibits, talks, as well as workshops, and find out more about design experts' creative processes. You can even join in with some hands-on activities!
YP: This is the part that will get foodies excited! A Trail of Delicious Design offers mall-goers access to local and international designs through a lens that many will love – food. Audiences are invited to explore a combination of exhibits, talks and workshops with hands-on activities. Some highlights include the ‘The original comes from Vitra’ showcase from the legendary Swiss furniture retailer, as well as ‘Tasteful Spaces’, which are experiential spaces inspired by various cuisines. Yum.
The Straits Times: Christmas markets in Singapore are growing not only in numbers but also in variety, with some focusing on niche areas such as sustainably sourced products or locally made goods.
Get ready to hang that stocking and order that turkey - it is Christmas season again.
This year, shopping for presents just got easier with Christmas markets offering everything from clothes, gadgets, toys and food.
There are at least 13 Yuletide fairs operating from this month onwards, at locations as far flung as the former Seletar Airbase to nearby places such as your neighbourhood mall.
Experts say they are seeing more Christmas markets here in recent years, with greater interest among well-travelled Singaporeans.
I have watched Christmas lights and decorations every year since I learned of their existence some two decades ago.
I have indeed enamoured for decorations beneath the Christmas trees this year. The photo below shows a gorgeous Ferrero-Rocher-like set-up under the tree at Millenia Walk.
The Straits Times: The 10m-tall paper Christmas tree by Melvin Ong of local design consultancy Desinere is inspired by the old churches in Europe.
The white exterior symbolises the purity of snow and Christmas, while the gold interior represents a warm, loving home. Up to 20 shoppers can enter its base at any one time. Look up inside the tree to see intricate pleats on the corrugated boards and pleated paper hanging ornaments.
Mr Ong spent 11/2 months to design the tree and another two months to produce two prototypes, hand-score, fold and assemble the final product - with help from a team of structural engineers and paper carpenters. The structure is the Tallest Cardboard Paper Tree in the country, as certified by the Singapore Book of Records.