Organised by Singapore Furniture Industries Council (SFIC) and supported by DesignSingapore Council, Enterprise Singapore and Singapore Tourism Board, SingaPlural is back for its sixth year since 2012, as part of the annual Singapore Design Week.
This year, the exhibition celebrates "the unexpected, the weird, and the wonderfully bizarre" with the theme "Unnatural Phenomena", drawing on the evolution in nature and challenging disciplinary boundaries with unorthodox collaborations between Singapore's creators.
Intrigued? Here are five installations you shouldn't miss.
We may just be welcoming spring, but that doesn't mean you can't experience autumn. After all, "unnatural phenomena" is the theme of this year's exhibit, so feeling the cool autumn breeze and smelling the crisp maple leaves in tropical Singapore isn't a far stretch. An immersive installation that triggers all your senses, Autumn is a collaboration between Fraction Design Studio and Decor Fan Singapore. As pinwheels and woodgrain fans turn, visitors are transported into the season of harvest via virtual reality (VR) goggles.