Pop-up Store // Oh Happy Fry & Beyond the Vines

kids, local creatives, retail, shopping
OHF popupstore May2016
I am looking forward to this pop-up event! Get to know more about Oh Happy Fry & Beyond The Vines. Click on the links!


retail, shopping
Cityflow, a concept store offering a variety of fashion accessories and lifestyle design products carefully selected by Mr Gino, director and buyer for the shop. All products are chosen for their great aesthetics and functionalities. Mr Gino spoke with burning passion for his fellow Taiwanese designers’ works, most of home decor products that he brought in resonate Taiwan’s roots and culture. Other products that caught my attention would be the stylish sleek looking sound system in wood finishes from Auluxe, gadget cases in crafted leather and wood veneer rings. I would say a perfect place to do Christmas shopping for your families and close friends.

Cityflow is located at Orchardgateway Mall

277 Orchard Road #B2-27 (flagship store) and #04-K1

On My List // iPhone 6 Casing

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Thingsshop rocky mountain(Note: Casings shown here are for iPhone 5/5s)
Last night I pre-registered myself for the latest iPhone 6 from SingTel. I am not exactly sure of the launch date in Singapore but will patiently wait for my appointment email. So now time to shop for casing! I will be emailing Things for their order details. Loving the Black Marble and Rocky Mountain! Below are walnut wood and walnut+leather casings from Grovemade.
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Upcycled Lamp

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I was once confused by the terms, recycle and upcycle, so I’ve included the definitions for both in this post. Here’s a great example of an upcycled product, an old Chinese biscuit tin touch-sensitive lamp by Jonas Merian, a freelance furniture designer and maker from Switzerland, currently based in Shanghai. When Jonas’ old tins collection grew increasingly larger, he started to think of ways to reuse them. This was how his first few projects, the biscuit box shelf, biscuit box clocks, benches and tables were conceived. The Swiss designer also likes to work with reclaimed wood from demolished houses of Shanghai’s old town. Below are pictures of his residential studio workshop where he shares with his wife Nina, a photographer.

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// Lamps available at Journey East #03-02 Tan Boon Liat Building //