SquareRooms|August 2016

Meet the twin architects-turned designers who transform local landscapes into beautiful scarf prints.

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WHAT GAVE YOU THE IDEA FOR BINARY STYLE SCARVES?

SARI: Binary Style came out of our personal obsession with scarves. They’re so versatile and keep you warm in Singapore’s freezing malls. We were trained as architects, and love drawing urban scenes, and thought that there’s no better medium to present them than on scarves. One of our first designs depicting urban scenes is the Tiong Bahru scarf, and it proved so popular as people were fascinated by the level of architectural details they could find.

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