Just like a dressmaker, our designs are tailor-made according to a client’s character, lifestyle and personality. This is one of the reasons why we don’t have a signature aesthetic because we have to be flexible enough to meet client expectations and requirements.
We find inspiration from local and international magazines. Sometimes it’s the material or colour from an automobile magazine, for instance, which inspires us. So we don’t limit ourselves to architecture and interior design magazines only. We also find that sketching our designs on paper helps, as the design ideas most often evolve into something new and different.
Passion for design:
Sometimes, we might not have executed a particular style or concept a client asked for. But we’re always ready to take on new challenges by first doing extensive research. We believe that learning is an ongoing process and we learn something new from our clients as well.
“To do something that’s been done before is easy.
But to innovate a simple idea requires creative prowess.”
– Pea Chong, Creative Director
In this two-storey condominium unit, its supposed design flaw became a design asset with the clever intervention of D’ Initial Concept.
With its new makeover, this 3-bedder bears a timeless and contemporary design with a dose of classic English influences.
In celebration of International Women’s Day, here are some décor ideas to add feminine touches to any space.
With the help of D’ Initial Concept, a couple’s dream of an unconventional home comes true.
HDB bathrooms that don’t look HDB! We pick six very different bathroom looks you can try.
We bring you seven wardrobe design ideas for every type of home and taste.
This humble HDB flat shows that you don’t need a huge space to live glamourously. The designer from D’ Initial Concept, who is also the homeowner, has always liked furniture pieces with a historical charm. His impressive collection of furniture has been put to good effect with his home’s well-curated style.
This home for a young family of three by D’ Initial Concept employs a masculine colour scheme and geometric design elements.
It’s no secret; space planning is considered the foundation of good interiors. D’ Initial Concept walks us through this crucial exercise.
D’ Initial Concept designed a modern family home in calming, neutral hues that spell luxury.
By rethinking the original floor plan to conceptualise rooms with a better spatial flow, the designers from D’ Initial Concept have created the perfect home for a family of four.
Drawing inspiration from colonial English influences, designer Ashley Loh from D’ Initial Concept has created a space that is both stylish and practical for the homeowner and his mother.
The young owners of this 5-room BTO flat desired a home where they could relax, entertain and work, and the design team from D’ Initial Concept gave them exactly that.
The D’ Initial designers replicated the beauty and sophistication of the colonial English style in this 3-bedroom apartment for a family of four.
The designers from D’ Initial Concept incorporated the treasure trove of art pieces collected by the married couple living in this 4-room condominium apartment to create a gallery-like abode.
In this compact one-bedder apartment for two, the designers from D’ Initial Concept shows how living in a tiny space doesn’t mean you have to compromise on style or much-needed storage.
While keeping to sound designs might make more sense for a household with children, the owner of this condominium unit decided to take a chance with the industrial style
Inspired by elegant hotel suites, this kid-friendly executive condo apartment exudes luxe charm
Everything looks better with a touch of colour and this couldn’t be truer for this DBSS flat where D’ Initial Concept linked colourful palettes with a simple Scandinavian-styled backdrop
Forget white and try on pretty pastels in your home for a similar effect
In this 2-bedroom condo apartment at the Tree House, the design team from D’ Initial Concept wanted to cultivate an easygoing vibe with a Scandinavian twist
Here in Singapore, living in a studio apartment comes with a slew of challenges. For example, how do you maintain the essential areas for everyday living without cramping the space?
D’ Initial Concept revamps a bungalow and gives its a fresh, new lease of life
Many homeowners are looking for a home that has a bit more texture and personality, and a brick wall brings those properties to the table, without taking up any valuable floor space