Stationery Box, Singapore City (Qua x ART:DIS) - Boat Quay




Qua presents the Stationery Box from Singapore City collection, from the Arts & Disability Singapore (ART:DIS Singapore) Collection. The picturesque and colourful skyline gives off a bright and happy feeling, with Singapore’s landmarks featuring prominently, these iconic sights are celebrated through a contemporary piece to store stationeries, suitable for both office and home use.

Product Code: STAT-VSA(RL-BQ)
Product Size: L 23 x W 17 x H 4 cm
Packaging: Fabric Box
Size (inclusive of packaging): L 24 x W 18 x H 6 cm
Weight: 510 g
Material: Lacquer on Wood


QUA X ART:DIS Singapore

Singapore City

The Arts & Disability Singapore (ART:DIS Singapore) Collection features artwork depicting the Singapore Skyline done by Raymond Lau, winner of UOB painting of the Year award in 1993 and the National Arts Council Young Artist Awards in 2001, a talented individual from ART:DIS’s Arts for Livelihood and Employment (ALIVE) Programme, a programme that is dedicated to providing individuals with special needs access to the arts.

Qua presents the Singapore City

The collection features the picturesque skyline of Singapore, in vibrant and joyous colours. These iconic sights are celebrated by Singaporean artist Raymond Lau, in a series of acrylic and oil paintings. The masterpieces are made into a series of lacquerware that ideal for office and gifting purposes. 

Handmade by Artisans, Designed to Endure

Qua lacquerware is characterised by its distinctive rich lustre and enduring shine, which ispainstakingly handmade and polished by our artisans. A unique material, working with natural lacquer requires utmost patience and skills, which is evident in the beautiful sheen of all the finished products.

Corporate Social Responsibility

Qua is privileged to partner ART:DIS to introduce a collection of gift premiums featuring the artwork from ART:DIS’ Arts for Livelihood and Employment (ALIVE) Programme. ART:DIS is dedicated to provide individuals with special needs access to the arts and aims to offer lifelong learning and career opportunities for people with disabilities, as well as equipping them with the skills and confidence that will enable them to find employment and independence.

RAYMOND LAU (B. 1968) 

Raymond belongs to a new emerging generation of Singaporean artists at the forefront of Singapore’s evolution into a renaissance city. A vocal and colourful individual, Raymond excels in both realist and abstract renditions in oil and acrylic. Raymond was honoured with the UOB painting of the Year award in 1993 and the National Arts Council Young Artist Awards in 2001. His works can be found in the collections of President S.R. Nathan, Ambassador-at-Large Professor Tommy Koh, Professor Arthur Lim, Mr Tan Swie Hian, Ms Chng Seok Tin, Singapore Management University, United Overseas Bank and the National Arts Council.