We do not have a fixed methodology. Our approach is unique to each client and project, but we always keep a balance of form and function.
Curves are back! More homeowners are exposed and inspired by curvaceous shapes and structures. Though curved forms look good, one must be careful as they involve more costs and time to build. We will also be seeing more loose furnishings as opposed to built-ins as an increasing number of people are willing to invest in good quality, timeless pieces.
We hope to use more unusual materials in our projects. As designers, we are always sourcing for materials from overseas that can give a home a really distinctive touch. We also hope to express the design brief and the actual build of the structure through more physical and visual mock-ups in our new and upcoming showroom.
Dark is beautiful in this HDB flat conceived by Archive Design where woody surfaces and warm shades lend character and intimacy.
An open concept and a flexible spatial layout allow the owners of this HDB flat to adjust the rooms of their home to meet their immediate needs quickly and easily.
With a fresh new configuration and a space-enhancing material palette, this flat designed by Archive Design looks far more spacious than the average 4-room HDB flat.
Exacting details and finishes channel the idea for this swanky bachelor pad where the function is not an afterthought.
Archive Design applies a palette of light hues to ‘enlarge’ the apartment while ensuring all the owners’ storage needs are met.
With a sleek Scandinavian style in mind, Archive Design put together a pristine colour palette and streamlined design measures, for a spacious and practical living space.
This home proves that no matter how large or small your floor plan is, there’s still space for smart storage.
Do you know what goes into making those customised shelves and cabinets in your home?
This flat features a variety of different materials and textures, and comes with lots of storage.