A furniture haven spiced up with a touch of creativity and modernism by young designers
Millennials@Design is a new-curated gallery at MIFF to promote emerging creative talent in Malaysia’s furniture industry. No other force is more influential than the millennial generation when it comes to shaping consumerism and business.
MAD, in short, will be a permanent showcase to increase the global visibility of young Malaysian designers and help them build valuable connections within the international market place.
Manufacturers and buyers can expect innovative ready-to-market collections and ideas from over 30 young designers from Malaysia.
MAD showcase is located at Hall 9 on Level 3 in the Malaysia International Trade and Exhibition Centre (MITEC), the co-venue of MIFF with Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC).
2020 Millennials@Design features designer groups from FDC in Action, Pattern Banyak, TANGGAM by MTIB, STIDC, and other individual designers.
A platform where past MIFF FDC winners work with manufacturers, presenting the quality product design and presentation, led by Philip Yap.
'Pattern banyak', in which banyak means many or great quantity in Malay and Indonesian, is a colloquial slang found commonly in Malaysian conversations. When one is regarded as pattern banyak, he goes the extra miles in doing things the non-ordinary way.
Inspired by the slang term, re-appropriated culturally to celebrate the diverse and authentic attributes of Southeast Asia, through the showcase by a a group of talented professional designers, led by Walter Tan.
TANGGAM®’s main objective is to promote the image of Malaysian furniture and to drive a platform to incubate and boost Malaysian designers to international platform.
Design talents from East Malaysia, Sarawak will showcase their brilliant designs thus gaining exposure and valuable experience.
Visit Millennials@Design Showcase
|Date:||6-9 March 2020|
|Time:||9:30am-6:00pm (6–8 March 2020)
9:30am–5:00pm (9 March 2020)
|Venue:||Hall 9, Level 3, MITEC|
Millennials@Design Photo Gallery
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