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Engulf

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Nua

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The Fish Tank

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I Feel The Clouds Singing

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Scale Up Your Fear

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White Forest

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Rain

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Scope

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Shallow by Kazunaga Sakashita

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Framed by Terre

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Bubble Baby Bed.

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The Tropicals

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Man Cave

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Huggy

Accent on design

From the sensorial to the experiential, design fairs SingaPlural and Maison & Objet Asia up the ante in home decor and furnishing.
Mar 12, 2016 5:50 AM

FROM quirky installations, such as a whisky fountain to giant cockroaches, visitors to this year's ongoing SingaPlural are encouraged to use their senses to better understand design, in line with its theme. Meanwhile, over at Maison & Objet Asia, which ended on March 11, trade visitors got

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