Vanilla Home has opened a new showroom in the heart of Chinatown where everything began 14 years ago. A bustling and vibrant neighborhood with a hip, cosmopolitan vibe, 63 Club Street is the perfect location for the renowned multi- label lifestyle boutique to continue to bring you the very best of homewares and lifestyle products from all over the world.
Vanilla Home threw open its doors in 2002 to offer a greater choice of lifestyle products of superlative quality in Singapore and the region. It quickly became renowned and respected for its superb selection, stringent standards and excellence in service and customer relations.
Porta Romana from the UK has been selected to be the anchor brand at the new Vanilla Home, showcasing many of its beloved lamps and chandeliers in the ‘Jewel Box’ of the showroom, a central atrium at the heart of the boutique.
As Singapore continues to cement its standing in Asia as an Arts hub, the showroom will also serve as a platform for artists to showcase their work in a lifestyle setting. A departure from the traditional white cube gallery space Vanilla Home offers artists an opportunity to show their work as it would live in a home. Currently exhibited are works by Gilly Beal and Stefanie Hauger, winner of the 2013 UOB Southeast Asian Painting of the Year Award.
Created by art collectors and brought to life by 200 renowned artists and promising talents from major academies, Lumas is passionate about offering original and inspiring art as affordable editions.
Generous Lumas exhibition spaces present the latest works from the Lumas portfolio worldwide. Lumas Editions Galleries are located among others in Berlin, Cologne, Düsseldorf, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Munich, Amsterdam, Brussels, London, New York, Paris, Vienna, Zurich, and now SIngapore.
Since 1951 Freywile has been the leading global company in artistic precious enamel jewellery.
With its intricate depiction of famous artworks and original designs by its highly skilled in-house artists, the company takes enamelling to perfection. The combination of precious enamel with 24ct gold represent a unique concept.
Glitch Singapore is a creative commune space + urban art gallery based in the east of Singapore. To preserve a part of Phunk Studio’s history, Glitch Singapore took over the beautiful space in a quaint neighbourhood in Tanjong Katong.
They curate art shows by local and international artists, workshops, collaborations and a space for all Glitches to hang out, indulge in discussions and create progress for the urban art form in Singapore.
The concept behind Glitch Singapore is to embrace that no one in this world is perfect. Every man, woman, boy or girl has a glitch. Not all glitches are bad, its just how one would embrace it and pushing him or herself to the limits to create something beautiful and great to challenge the norm. Being different has its perks after all.
This space is a world with infinite dimensions. They provide a platform for all to showcase their works and ideas to everyone, as well as sharing a space to create and innovate.
Established in 1995, Eagle’s Eye Art Gallery represents many regional artists of international reputations.They promote art that espouses the enduring values of humanity and their heritage. They have a collection from local artists who are deeply entrenched in their Asian heritage and yet cosmopolitan in outlook. They are passionate about art with social narratives, which illustrate the joys and struggles of humanity.
Eagle’s Eye Art Gallery is art consultant and supplier of fine art to Governments, Statutory boards, Royalties, Diplomats and MNCs. Heralding a new beginning, they have a brand new look. They will continue the same friendly services Corporate Art Consultancy, Art Restoration and Framing, Art Valuation, Art Print Services and Gift Wrapping.
They art pieces are marked with the seal of professionalism by Koeh Sia Yong, Chua Mia Tee, Tay Bak Koi, Goh Beng Kwan, Lee Boon Wang, Tan Choh Tee, Choo Keng Kwang, Thang Kiang How, Tung Yue Nang, Lai Kui Fang, Michael Tan, Wan Soon kam, Choy Moo Kheong, Alex Leong, Lui Cheng Thak, Patrick Teo, Andrew Yeo, Lye Yau Fatt, Ching Kek How, Christine Mak and other artistic geniuses from Singapore and Asia. A fusion of eastern sensibilities and western aesthetics are seen in these oil, mixed media and watercolour paintings.