What constitutes a meaningful space?
At Carpenters, we believe that a purposeful or meaningful space should be able to cohesively harmonise design, materiality and functionality. It should also be expertly planned. The design process should focus on the client’s needs and use their preferences and aspirations as a starting platform. Ultimately with constant fine-tuning, this collaborative process will create a meaningful environment with precisely crafted details.
What are your areas of expertise?
We have a local in-house carpentry factory at Kaki Bukit so we can closely monitor and ensure that our carpentry has a high standard. Skilled in tackling the space constraints in Singaporean homes, our experienced design team fully utilise the floor area in order to fulfil the client’s lifestyle and functionality.
What are your recent milestones?
We celebrated our tenth anniversary last year, and over the years we have accumulated eight notable accreditations such as Bizsafe 3, CaseTrust RCMA and BCA Builder License Class GB2. Today, we have established a strong foundation in residential interior design, and we have completed several commercial projects. We are looking forward to achieving prominence in both commercial and residential projects.
“A good design is more than just aesthetics.”
– Yen Lau, Founder
This open-concept home designed by Carpenters takes on the Scandinavian aesthetic to great effect.
Less is more in this serene four-bedder, designed by Jimmy Li’s Carpenters, where light wood built-in carpentry dominates.
Despite its dusky blue walls and dark wood floors, this industrial chic flat by Carpenters still looks light and expansive.