Touch Wood


Touch Wood is a woodworking workshop for carpentry and wood crafts. It aspires to be a hub where makers and artists of different skills gather to experiment and collaborate on projects of different scales, including furniture restoration, wood crafts to big scale installation design. Touch Wood is interested in wood fitting and joinery experiments.    

(from left to right)

Sabrina Lim
/ Designer /

Ryan Tan
/ Engineer /


(not in picture)

Doris Quek
/ Designer, lecturer, curator /


Kongsi ijau


Kongsi Ijau is the green component of KongsiKL. Given the unique context of the active industrial environment, gardening and landscaping become means of enlivening the site to provide a sense of balance between work/nature and technology/art.

Together with friends and regular contributors of the venue, permaculture will be introduced in the near future to experiment on the prospects of producing healthy organic edibles,. Kongsi Ijau is enthusiastic about fostering the appreciation of nature and encouraging gardening as a lifestyle by contributing to the spirit of greening the urban environment.

(from left to right)

U-Jean Ooi
/ Chef /

Justin Lee
/ Designer, artist /


Parasite by DiÀm


DIÀM is a people associate platform in support of idea exchange and interaction between people as a way to research, collect data and create context-generated content related to the arts and culture.

Parasite by DIÀM, on the other hand, is a pop-up bar to make Kongsi KL more accessible and friendly by stimulating interactions and knowledge exchange.

In the near future, Parasite will collaborate with artists, musicians, chefs and bartenders to come out with experimental projects, apart from the regular discussions and discourses on current issues.

(from left to right)

Kent Lee
/ Musician, hobby chef /

Ho Yip Seng
/ Content writer, curator, artist /

JK Yang
/ Interior designer, furniture designer, curator /