Trash To Eden: A Creative and Interactive Celebration of Conscious Living.

Discover a sustainable wonderland at Lendlease’s Trash to Eden exhibition.

Immerse yourself in a world where sustainability meets creativity at Lendlease’s Trash to Eden roving exhibition!

From 11 July to 1 September, experience this unique event at Parkway Parade, Jem, 313@somerset, and Paya Lebar Quarter as part of Lendlease’s annual You Won’t Believe It’s Trash (Y.W.B.I.T) campaign.

journey through ‘The Greenhouse’.

Step into ‘The Greenhouse’ and explore how brands like Innisfree, Muji, and Uniqlo are championing sustainable shopping practices.

Engage with innovative initiatives like ChopValue’s disposable chopsticks collection drive, and discover products made from recycled materials.

Also, don’t miss the ChopValue x MUJI items available at select MUJI stores during the exhibition.

urban farming insights at ‘The Garden’.

For those with green thumbs, ‘The Garden’ offers a peek into urban farming.

Learn from Stessen Chia, a motion graphic designer turned urban farmer, as he shares his expertise in composting and growing edible greens.

Witness his flourishing garden featuring plants like Tuscan Kale and Thai Basil, and get inspired to start your own sustainable garden at home.

You can also discover self-watering systems by Semula, a startup that upcycles plastic waste into functional products.

creative workshops at ‘Eden Lab’.

Unleash your creativity at the ‘Eden Lab’ workshops. Learn to grow your own garden, craft body scrubs from recycled coffee grounds, or create floral wax tablets.

Other workshops include making decorative paper plants, dried flower ornaments, and personalised scents at the Botanical Perfume Roller Workshop.

Spend just S$30 in a single receipt to redeem your workshop pass and receive a S$5 Lendlease E-Voucher, along with other attractive retailer vouchers.

interactive AI at the ‘Heart of Eden’.

Step into ‘Heart of Eden,’ an interactive AI experience where you can visualise your ideal sustainable environment.

Create personalised photos, take green pledges, and watch your vision come to life as a stunning digital landscape.

shop sustainably at the ‘Eden Bazaar’ and Cloop’s open wardrobe.

Indulge in sustainable shopping at the Eden Bazaar, featuring local brands and Cloop’s Open Wardrobe – a thrift store with a pay-as-you-wish model. Don’t forget to bring your own bag to shop responsibly!

Catch the Eden Bazaar at these locations:

  • Parkway Parade: 11 – 21 July 2024
  • 313@somerset: 8 – 18 August 2024
  • Paya Lebar Quarter: 22 August – 1 September 2024

exclusive rewards for mindful shoppers.

Plus$ in Bloom
11 Jul – 1 Sep 2024
Earn 10,000 Plus$ with a S$150 nett spend
(S$180 nett spend at Parkway Parade).
Shop Mindfully
11 Jul – 1 Sep 2024
Enjoy 5,000 Plus$ with a S$50 nett spend at participating retailers.
Bring Your Own Bag (BYOB)
11 Jul – 1 Sep 2024
Earn 10,000 Plus$ with a S$150 nett spend
(S$180 nett spent at Parkway Parade).
Bring Your Own Container (BYOC)
11 Jul – 1 Sep 2024
Earn 2,000 Plus$ when you use your own container or cup for F&B takeaways with a S$10 nett spend.

New members of Lendlease Plus can receive 5,000 Plus$ upon signing up via the Lendlease Plus mobile app or website with the respective promo codes.

MallsPromo Code
Parkway ParadeLLPPP24
Paya Lebar QuarterLLPPLQ24
*Limited to the first 3,500 new and eligible sign-ups per mall.

Terms & Conditions apply, please check out more details on the respective malls’ websites:

313@somerset | Jem | Parkway Parade | Paya Lebar Quarter

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Sean Loo

Ignition Labs' resident editor loves all things retro, even though he was born in the late 90s. His main job encompasses tons of driving (and a massive carbon footprint), but he swears he turns off the lights each time he leaves his room.

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