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SPACE’s 16th Anniversary: A Conversation with Jean-Marie Massaud
In celebration of Space Asia’s 16th anniversary, SPACE invited world-renowned architect and designer, Jean-Marie Massaud, to Singapore to give a design talk as part of its celebratory programme. The Infinite team attended the event a few days ago and it was truly an insightful experience diving into the designer’s mind. The talk delved into his many collaborations and inspirations which developed his ideas, and ultimately how these ideas were brought…
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6 things to note at the new Yishun Park Hawker Centre
If you read our first post reviewing the Hakka Tofu bowl at Yishun Park Hawker Centre, then you’re in for a treat because food is not all that caught our eye at the new Timbre group-owned food centre. In addition to its modern looking exterior, it has some pretty cool high tech facilities – making it one of the few food centres in Singapore that’s able to successfully bridge tradition…
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Hakka Tofu bowl @ Yishun Park Hawker Centre
A couple of days ago, the Infinite team visited the newly opened Yishun Park Hawker Centre. The Timbre Group owned food centre caught our eye for the wide range of cuisines available and also for some of its rather interesting and modern dishes. One of them in particular is the Hakka Tofu Bowl by Ah Lock Tofu (pictured above).   It is a creative fusion of Hakka stuffed tofu and…
Recipes
5 detox water recipes you should try
We all know that drinking lots of water is good for us. It not only keeps us looking and feeling healthy, but it is also a great way to lose weight! Studies have shown that increasing your water intake by 1.5 liters each day would increase daily caloric burn by about 200 calories! If that isn’t enough to get you chugging down water right away, here’s an alternative for you…
Current Happenings
What if Polka Dots Are More Than Just Polka Dots?
What we see as an obsession, is often a reflection of ones mindset. A world of polka dots and repetitive patterns is reality to esteemed Japanese artist and writer, Yayoi Kusama. Her unique form of expression has become a touch point for everyone that’s come across her artwork. What seemed to be a mere repetition shape has now been given a new interpretation for us to explore beyond our own…