‘d-bodhi’ installation at the 2013 international furniture fair singapore image © designboom



d-bodhi‘s exhibition at the 2013 IFFS honored the inherent beauty of ageless teak wood reclaimed from old houses and barns in java, indonesia.crafted by hand and time-honed skill, the collection of furniture plays with a variety of repurposed recycled raw materials including: teak wood, old boats, iron pipe-fittings and used jeans.


on the design direction 2013 the company’s founder raymond david said: ‘this year we’re excited to showcase a hand painted and distressed surface finish in the touch collection created by a new design team within the company.’


‘touch’ embodies women’s feminine strength, proudly standing in beauty and elegance. the softly faded floral design radiates a sense of peace and calm, while the lean tapered legs suggest graceful power such as of a horse.



d bodhi touch collection at IFFS/AFS 2013the approach for the 2013 collection was to create pieces with a distressed and hand-painted finishimage © designboom


d bodhi touch collection at IFFS/AFS 2013detail of a hand-painted floral on one of the benchesimage © designboom


d bodhi touch collection at IFFS/AFS 2013each of the pieces is uniqueimage © designboom


d bodhi touch collection at IFFS/AFS 2013



d bodhi touch collection at IFFS/AFS 2013‘touch’ hutchimage © designboom




d bodhi touch collection at IFFS/AFS 2013


the international furniture fair singapore (IFFS), held in conjunction with the ASEAN furniture show (IFFS/AFS), the décor show and the hospitality show,is regarded by industry experts as asia’s most prestigious furniture trade show. with nearly three decades of experience since its inaugural event in 1981, IFFS/AFS remains the most distinctive channel for regional and international companies to venture the global markets.

the trilogy of shows features a comprehensive range of furniture by a diverse portfolio of quality exhibitors, and attracts a healthy and well-represented attendance of trade buyers and visitors. IFFS’ conference segment (hospitality.design.furniture) and numerous design initiatives (singaplural, d’space, furniture design platform and furniture design award) add depth and dimension to the singapore-anchored trade event, raising its profile and making it something not-to-be-missed in the industry calendar.

international furniture fair singapore 2013march 9th – 12th, 2013