Porsche Singapore and the Mandala Club's new retail space
Porsche Singapore and the Mandala Club’s new experiential retail space
Singapore - As far as exclusive automotive retail spaces go, this new Porsche Singapore and the Mandala Club takes the cake. This partnership between the automaker and the exclusive private member’s club is the first such undertaking by the latter.
Come 1st January, the ground floor of the Mandala Club will be turned into an experiential retail space that will showcase a number of Porsche-themed activations. With this new space, Porsche Singapore aims to give their fans and customer base new ways to immerse themselves in the brand through visual art.
As part of the showcase, the Mandala Club will play host to acclaimed artist Daniel Arsham’s “Crystal Eroded” Porsche 911.
The 992-generation Carrera 4S will be on display from the 6th of January 2023 onwards, after it first made its debut at “The House by Daniel Arsham” space in London. As per the artist’s signature aesthetic, several parts of the car’s exterior have been “eroded” with quarts and pyrite crystals, while the interior has been upholstered with earthen hued stone-washed canvas
As part of the showcase, exclusive and limited merchandise will be made available.
“We are beyond excited to be working with Porsche to bring extraordinary experiences and opportunities to get close to world class art to our members, and Singapore at large,” said Ben Jones, CEO and co-founder of Mandala Club.
“Our collaboration aligns perfectly with Mandala Club’s commitment to the arts, culture, and meaningful connections for and within our dynamic membership community. We can’t wait to bring it to life with this, our first collaboration together.