Only a year old, studioKALEIDO is challenging the boundaries of Singapore’s creative scene through its works and projects.
Writer Amanda Lee Koe is ever ready for conversation, and enthusiastic to talk about her studio’s work. However, graphic designer Winnie Wu (formerly known as Winnie Goh) is more reticent, preferring to let her work speak for itself instead.
Together, they form studioKALEIDO, a Singapore communications studio that like their union of opposites, has been bringing together the city’s different communities through a variety of projects. From breaking cultural boundaries to fostering collaboration amongst creative disciplines, and even connecting the young and old — the studio has done it all in only its first year of operations.
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