ATAS is a product label created by FARMSTORE and triggerhappy. An abbreviation for All Things About Singapore, ATAS uses functionality in products as a vehicle to represent Singaporean sensibility and aesthetics.

ATAS is a product label created by FARMSTORE and triggerhappy. An abbreviation for All Things About Singapore, ATAS uses functionality in products as a vehicle to represent Singaporean sensibility and aesthetics.

SG Notebookstriggerhappy, 2015BuyRead more
Grille Trivettriggerhappy, 2015BuyRead more

The Grille Trivet celebrates the ornamental beauty of Singaporean motifs. Made from heat resistant silicone and accurately designed as a replica of metal gates found commonly in Singapore, this product brings these iconic local patterns as colorful embellishments onto the tablescape.

Lo Hei Platetriggerhappy, 2015BuyRead more

The act of Lo Hei and eating Yu Sheng during Chinese New Year is a cultural tradition for Chinese in Singapore. Most Singaporeans relate to this simply as an auspicious act that involves proclamation of auspicious wishes while tossing of the ingredients into the air. The Lo Hei Plate acts as a guide to the sequence and symbolic meanings of each ingredient through the inscription of prosperity wishes.

Huat ah!

Peranakan Tapetriggerhappy, 2015BuyRead more

Peranakan tiles are renowned for their recognisable ornate motifs and distinct colours. Commonly used in the 50s as wall trimmings to decorate buildings and interior spaces, these iconic embellishments are now safeguarded by the strict conservancy guidelines of Singapore. The Peranakan Tape attempts to take us back in time through a functional yet transient adornment to any wall that pays homage to these visual icons of Singapore.