A tribute to a craft - THE EDGE SINGAPORE


A tribute to a craft

Journey to Transformation - THE EDGE SINGAPORE


Journey to Transformation

Ong & Ong’s group executive chairman Ong Tze Boon is a man of contrasts. Under his leadership, the company is today one of Singapore’s most well-respected design firms.

i'mable enables - THE EDGE SINGAPORE


i'mable enables

The i’mable Collective by SG Enable is a concerted effort to grow a community of artists and makers with disabilities, as a way to showcase their talent through quality merchandise.

Still a mighty tool - THE EDGE SINGAPORE


Still a mighty tool

Namiki unveils the Emperor Chinkin Dragon pen, featuring the beautiful lacquer work and attention to detail in the Japanese art of chinkin

Leading the Way to Change - THE EDGE SINGAPORE


Leading the Way to Change

The arts industry, without question, is one of the hardest-hit industries in the wake of the global pandemic.

Going full throttle - THE EDGE SINGAPORE


Going full throttle

Senior vice president of Asia Pacific and Japan at BlackLine, Terry Smagh, is no stranger to going the extra mile.

A true story of love - THE EDGE SINGAPORE


A true story of love

Monica Millington was only 14 years old when she met the boy who would eventually be her husband.

Shining from within - THE EDGE SINGAPORE


Shining from within

Trixie Khong was only 16 when she first started crafting her own jewellery as a way to make some pocket money and also as a hobby.


Comfort for the bereaved

The grief of losing a child is hard for any parent. But there is comfort in ensuring bereaved parents are able to mourn their loss by giving their child a dignified burial.