Contact

triggerhappy
349A Telok Kurau Road
Singapore 423873
mail@triggerhappy.sg

Bio

triggerhappy is Winston Chai and John Chan.

triggerhappy is a studio which questions and explores opportunities and possibilities through design. Initiating projects with relevant companies and organisations, we develop and implement unconventional yet powerful design solutions. Delving deep into the context of each project, our work is defined by meaningful designs with a humourous approach.

Our design projects are triggered by everyday phenomenon, social issues, market needs and environmental concerns. We take the initiative to approach companies and stakeholders to collaborate and explore new possibilities in design to bring about a sense of wonder.

Collaboration is a key component in the way we work. We gather and work with other designers and individuals on projects, creating a dynamic working system. This confluence of creative individuals brings about unexpected and progressive design solutions and ideas.

Press

‘非常新加坡’
LianHeZaoBao, p28, 9 August 2015

‘Explosion of creativity’
The Straits Times, Life, pD3, 8 August 2015

‘TRAVEL MEMENTOS: The Perfect Souvenir’
TODAY, p56, 23 July 2015

‘Rock SG50 in 15 Ways’
The Straits Times, Life, pD4-5, 11 July 2015

‘Will the Real Michelle Please Stand Up’
8Days, issue #1064, p34, 10 March 2011

‘SINGAPORE SOUVENIRS’
Shift, 17 December 2009

‘Design 2050: No More Singapore Design Festival?’
Justin Zhuang, 28 November 2009

Curations

SINGAPORE SOUVENIRS 2015, National Design Centre

SINGAPORE SOUVENIRS 2012, National Heritage Board

Local Exercise Books 2011, SUPERMAMA

GREAT SINGAPORE SOUVENIRS 2009, Singapore Design Festival 2009

Exhibitions & Talks

Evolution of Craftsmen: Singapore Inspired,
Partner Event of SINGAPORE: INSIDE OUT

Singaplural 2014, Singapore Furniture Industrial Council

Staged Art 2013, School of the Arts

Singaplural 2012, Singapore Furniture Industrial Council

End of the World 2012, Artistry

Penguin Pool Singapore 2012, Arup

MADE FOR SAM 2010, Singapore Art Museum