We work on a lot of landed homes and we believe that the basic success of each design project lies in the balance of effective space planning, use of natural light and an interior design that can last over the years.
Definition of success:
Finding out that most, if not all of our new clients are referred to by our old clients.
Ideal client-designer relationship:
Both parties must be frank during all stages of communication. We always strive to understand what the client requires from us and in return, the client needs to understand what we can deliver.
New trends come up all the time, and we’re always happy to explore them. Not only do they benefit our customers, but they can also improve the way we work. Personally, we’re looking forward to continue exploring cost-effective green technology in our projects.
When it came time to design his very own family home, Norman Lim, partner at Asialand ID, started by reconstructing the estate to extend its floor area and enlarge the semi-detached house, transforming it into a nature-inspired sanctuary.
The designers from Asialand ID used concrete surfaces liberally inside and out to establish a distinctive yet cosy family home.
This two-storey terrace house by Asialand ID exudes sophistication with its dark palette and an emphasis on lines and shapes.
Coined “The Treehouse” by its designers from Asialand ID, this semi-d overlooks a lush canopy of foliage and daylight. It’s a Design and Build project featuring a palette of materials and colours inspired by the tropics.
In this reconstructed semi-detached house, Asialand has applied earthy tones and lush greenery to give the homeowner and his parents a calming sanctury to relax in.