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Feast and Form Magazine

Food, architecture and design in Singapore, and a little from around the world

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Editor's Page Contents 5 Zaha Hadid Design Collection 7 Go Local Singapore designers create Singapore things 15 Singapore Furniture Designers 19 Learning with the Best Furniture designer Jarrod Lim earns a working stint with Patricia Urquiola in Milan 21 Turtle Chairs and Crab Tables 75 North Wild Kitchen American Nevada Berg creates a successful food blogsite to chronicle her farm life and food adventures in Norway 83 Art Deco Cocktails in Art Deco Spaces Atlas Bar Singapore 87 Tanglin Gin A team of expats creates Singapore's first handcrafted gin WHILE THE BEAUTIFUL port city of Singapore has a fascinating culture which has contributed to its status as a UNESCO Creative City of Design, we still have some way to go in reaching 'design capital' status like Paris or Berlin, Sydney or Tokyo. The journey getting there is exciting, stumbling, humbling, exhilarating and, perhaps, shorter than we think. In this issue of FEAST AND FORM there is focus on Norwegian designers both in their homeland and in Singapore. Home-based wohabeing create their own furnishing line that takes inspiration from the heritage and nature of Singapore and neighbouring countries. Food, architecture and design are my favourite topics to write about. wohabeing's furnishings are inspired by regional nature and traditions 29 Paula O'Callaghan: Creating Beautiful Ethnic Spaces The Singapore-based Senior Associate at Hirsch Bedner Associates interprets Yang-Tze river culture for Jiang- Nan Chun restaurant, Four Seasons Singapore 39 The Food – Chef Tim Lam's special Peking Duck and other Classic Cantonese dishes at Jiang-Nan Chun 45 The Mural Artist Belinda Low battles the elements to create her work 51 Norwegian Presence 93 The Architecture of Bread Dean Brettschneider of Baker&Cook talks about bread and his personal favourites 97 Fancy Neighbours Singapore Public Housing nestles next to Star Architects' creations 99 Bye Bye! Rochor Centre Housing estate – making way for the new 53 Norwegian designers in Singapore Carol Kraal A Love for Clean Lines Interior designer Sara Graav chats about minimalist spaces 61 Norwegian designers in Norway Young Talent – Domaas/Hogh 3 4