Second life and circularity spirit the relationship between Singha and Ziggurat this year. Singha’s own materiality is being weaved right into the design and then ornamented with recycled woven mats and poufs made of jute.
The Singha cans you see in The Fields use recycled wood pulp and non-toxic soy ink, making them 100% plastic-free, compostable and environmentally friendly. Proceeds made from selling the aluminum to a recycling factory will go to charity.
An upcycled beer garden
Beer and beyond
Promising cold drinks, cushions and shade, weary Wonderers can head right to Singha’s upcycled beer garden to spend lazy days and relaxing nights with a Singha in hand. With the help of Ab Rogers Design, Ziggurat gets a dance floor where Wonderers will be ensconced within a piazza dedicated to beer and beyond.
Upbeat music to unwind to
Looking to turn up the volume on a fresh dance floor in The Fields, Bangkok Community Radio is curating an underground-driven music program for Ziggurat spanning groovy house, breaks, world music, funk and deep house.
With its mystical golden lion, Singha is an iconic symbol of Thailand, recognized around the world as the original Thai beer and enjoyed in every setting. Singha Beer began brewing back in 1933 as the very first locally made beer for the country, and has remained an industry pioneer in the 86 years that have followed.