With so much waste generated by unsold items in the furniture industry, do we really need another new furniture brand? In the case of Laat, the answer is a resounding yes, thanks to its unique design philosophy.
Laank’s first furniture series is inspired by the iconic German performer and singer Klaus Nom.
Laat is a local furniture label founded by two award-winning creatives: interior designer Cherin Tan, founder of interior architecture firm Laank, and multidisciplinary artist Alvin Tan, co-founder of art and design collective Phunk.
Cherin Tan, who’s the founder of interior architecture firm Laank and a co-founder of homegrown furniture label, Laat.
Laat’s purpose is to repurpose; the label produces furniture collections crafted from unsold items and material waste, breathing a new life into dead stocks and turning them into bespoke items that straddle the realm of design and art. We asked Cherin Tan to share more.
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