Design in Asia
“The contemporary aesthetics of Asian design”
Studio Juju is presenting “Unfamiliar” a collection of new works created for the exhibition titled “alamak!”.
Curated by Yoichi Nakamuta, this exhibition is part of the XXI Triennale International Exhibition Milan 2016 “21st Century. Design After Design”.
The “alamak!” exhibition features designers and artists from 10 Asian countries.
2 April – 12 September, 2016
Triennale di Milano
Viale Alemegna 6
Milan 20121 Italia
Duck Lamp & Crane Lamp will be exhibited at ‘The Alchemists’, an exhibition curated by Stefano Casciani and Patrick Chia. Project organised by Industry+.
Triennale di Milano
Viale Alemagna 6
14th to 19th April, 10.30am – 11pm
Press Preview: 13th April, 11am – 9pm
For more information: alchemists.sg
Studio Juju is led by Timo Wong and Priscilla Lui to practice design across disciplines in furniture, products and spaces, and has since collaborated with clients such as Living Divani, W Hotels, Industry+, Gardens by the Bay, Land Transport Authority of Singapore and OCBC Bank.
The studio’s approach is fresh and optimistic and each project is a union of simplicity and warmth, functionalism and whimsy, refinement and relevance.
Timo and Priscilla consider their design practice as a freedom to exploration, and as a medium for collaboration.
The works of Studio Juju have been exhibited internationally, and were featured in major design publications and newspaper worldwide such as Wallpaper, Surface, Monocle, Case Da Abitare, Habitus, Axis, Wall Street Journal Asia, among others.
Studio Juju has been honored the “Designers of the Future” by Design Miami/, Design Report Award by SaloneSatellite in Milan, and was selected as one of 15 international designers to represent the SaloneSatellite 15th Anniversary in 2012.
In 2014, the studio was awarded the Singapore President Design Award, Design of the Year for their ‘Rabbit & Tortoise Collection’.
Clients & Collaborators
Brawn & Brains Coffee
Bank of Singapore
Gardens by the Bay, Singapore
Practice & Theory
Singapore Art Museum
Land Transport Authority, Singapore
Urban Redevelopment Authority, Singapore
W Hotels Worldwide
5A Tyrwhitt Road