Clock In to Sustainability at Mereka Space

  • Physical | Workshop
  • Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Themes & Topics

Arts & Crafts


Engineering & Manufacturing

Laser Cutting

About the Experience

Duration: 2 hours

No prior experience required

Up To 3 Learners
Languages: English, M, a, l, a, y


What’s better than a clock that you made yourself, you might ask? A clock that you made yourself with upcycled kimono fabric, of course! We often throw out our old clothes without putting much thought into them. Recycling your old clothes is not a new concept. But who thought that we could make clocks out of them? This one-of-a-kind workshop is a perfect blend of sustainability and creativity. Experience the joy of laser-cutting your plywood, using upcycled kimono fabric, and painting your clock with colors, while creating a positive impact. Learn the basics of laser cutting, step-by-step guided assembly, and many of your firsts! Note: This Experience will take place both at Mereka Publika and Taylor's Mereka Makerspace! P.S. This workshop welcomes kids aged 12 and above.


How to prepare

This Experience will be held physically in Me.reka located at Publika Shopping Gallery, Kuala Lumpur. Please note that this Experience is only open to those above 12 years old. Here are the video links of how to get to Me.reka when you arrive at the mall: From The Square: From The Circle: If you are unable to locate us, contact us at 603 6419 4755.

The host will provide

  • Kimono fabric
  • Precut plywood pieces
  • Glue and tapes
  • Acrylic paints and brushes
  • Clock mechanism and batteries
  • Scissors