After 18 shows and 32 collaborators, the K+ space at Scotts Square is relaunching into a new multi-concept shop come July. Touted as a space where "art meets retail meets community", you can expect the year-old space tripling in size to include a larger gallery and a retail and community area.
For retailers, you can count on the likes of BooksActually, GOODSTUPH, Kinetic, Pomelo, Supermama and Tofu Design to offer something that's not as cookie cutter as what you'll find in the Orchard shopping district. From 1 July to 14 August, K+ will also feature the works of award-winning furniture and product designer Nathan Yong. If you loved his collection for local furniture favourites Grafunkt, you'll look forward to seeing Yong's new work under his own label. You can also purchase his new line of products after the showcase. Besides Yong's showcase, the exhibition space is also a chance for local art schools and associations to strut their stuff.
Not only that, creatives and start-ups that wish to make use of this hub can benefit from K+'s plans to turn a part of it into a co-working space.
K+ Curatorial Space launches on 1 July at #03-11 Scotts Square. For more information, click here.