Join us as we present home styling clinics right here in our gallery. Have all your home interior questions answered by both our in-house experts and special guests alike! Each month we’ll examine different topics and bring in various specialists. Coffee, tea and scrumptious eats will be served, as well as a giveaway and goodie packs worth $65!
Please sign-up for the event by calling Gallery 278 at 6737 2322, or email: [email protected]
Location: 278 River Valley Road Singapore 238319
Price: 25 SGD / person
Session will commence when there are a minimum of 8 persons registered. Admission is on a first come first serve basis.
What others are saying: “At the April Homestyling Clinic at Gallery 278, Felicia Koh gave a passionate and enthusiastic presentation on eco-furniture design and organic textiles, and shared priceless and practical tips on furniture care and maintenance.”
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The Future of Design: dKreator Launch was held 5 May 2016. dKreator celebrated this landmark event with its community of designers and retailers, and the local media as well as a handpicked panel of experts.
Gallery 278’s Creative Director: Felicia Koh, was amongst the four panelists. Alongside Penny Sloane (MD, Siren Design), Hari Krishnan (President and Chief Business Officer, PropertyGuru) and Alan Fan (Council Member, Confederation of Interior Designers Singapore and Director, TOPOS Design). The focus of the event was on the panel’s discussion on the future of design in the region. As design has constantly evolved with time, this discussion on the Future of Design established its evolutionary nature. Topics touched on:
- – How to build a more connected design community
- – The importance of design in the new workforce
- – The future of design practices
- – Impact of technology on design
- – Making design more accessible.
dKreator is a collaborative platform that connects designers and retailers in the Asian region. Connect with Gallery 278 here: https://www.dkreator.com/#/public-profile-page/66
SingaPlural x G278’s M Collection
SingaPlural showcases the best design elements from the multi-faceted creative spectrum – Advertising, Architecture, Urban Planning, Landscape Architecture, as well as Interior, Furniture, Graphic and Fashion Design. Organised by the Singapore Furniture Industries Council (SFIC) SingaPlural showcases the best in design.
Gallery 278 was invited to exhibit our M Collection. M meaning Memories, and the handcrafted designs were inspired by the memories of a by-gone era. Where family and friends would gather round a table with their chopsticks pair and pull up another stool or two. In our M Collection, with a simple twist, the 4-seater table opens up to an 8-seater. The bench slides out both ends to seat a couple more friends!
Come and explore this design for yourself and be the talk of all family reunions and dinner parties!
Expat Living @ G278 Coffee Morning
Gallery 278 and Expat Living magazine jointly hosted a Coffee Morning. Readers came with their interior design issues, and we brought in some experts from Expat Living, Gallery 278, Sofzsleep and King Living.
From Gallery 278’s own Principle Designer Felicia Koh; guests learn how to overcome pesky home decor issues around the home, anything from getting mould under your bed, to acquiring more storage space, and dealing with oddly shaped windows. Felicia shared her valuable experience for overcoming these issues, whilst also making sure your home looks as beautiful as possible.
Guests also chatted with Sofzleep’s mattress specialist Rina on which mattress would be best and why, and explored how these mattresses can fit into your bedroom decor, and why they could ultimately benefit your health.
There was plenty of time to ask questions afterwards, and munch on delicious food and drink, also the chance to grab a goodie bag packed with fabulous items, and the opportunity to claim a stunning, solid-wood cheese board for just $22 (usual price $65). If you’ve missed out on this one, ask us about the next!
It’s a CNY Party!
Chinese New Year (CNY) is a large part of our local culture and a time for family and friends to gather. The team hosted friends and clients who have become as family to us, for a night of reunions, reminiscence and ready laughter!
Art Workshops with G278 Resident Artists
In these workshops, our various resident artists will teach the skills and creative techniques in painting and drawing. The uniqueness of these workshops lies in the activities that are designed to use the creative process of art as a means of exploration and self-discovery.
So come join a group of like-minded people in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere, there is no need for good drawing skills or any knowledge of art. Everyone can do it! You can learn to paint on scarf, neck ties, polo tee shirts, hats and even tote bags. The artist will be close at hand to correct your strokes and accidental mistakes. So bring along your favorite something and we can have fun transforming them into master pieces to bring home to impress our loved ones.
Due to an overwhelming response to our recent free workshops, we have lined up weekly art workshops to be conducted by each artist. You can choose from learning chinese ink or acrylic/mixed medium. Each course consists of 8 sessions each.
Location: 278 River Valley Road S238319
Fees: Chinese Ink is S$380 for 8 sessions, and Acrylic/Mixed Medium is S$480 for 8 sessions and fees include supplies of materials such as acrylics, canvas and paint brushes”.
The workshop will commence when there are a minimum of 8 persons registering. You will be guided to acquire your own set of art supplies.