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Design of Schatz

Established: 2014

Design of Schatz Profile

Profile image: Json Er, Project Director; Wei Cheong, Design Creative Director
Location: Flower Dome at Gardens by the Bay. This iconic building represents adaptability, relevance and progression, which the firm strives for. “In order to truly succeed, we need to grow beyond the ‘one size fits all’ mentality, and learn to understand and respond appropriately to the preferences of our clients from various ethnic, social, and economic backgrounds. “Every business has a culture, and respecting diversity is one of the primary values guiding our team,” says Json.

What is your firm’s design identity?
Interior design has always been a great passion for Design of Schatz. We enjoy creating functional spaces with beautiful aesthetics that tell a story behind every detail.

What makes your firm and its work unique?
We guide our clients throughout the whole process and in doing so, we spend more time together and get to know them better. We believe that design speaks, and making a space come alive with the design elements based on the client’s personality and preferences is our goal. Also, we believe that design isn’t always only about the pretty outlooks, but also functionality and practicality. Quality matters, and we create good quality designs with a long lifespan.

What constitutes a meaningful space?
Comfort and pleasant-looking spaces should be the impression of every space. Space tells stories through colours, shapes and textures. These are the elements that create vivid memories. At Design of Schatz, we believe that a space has the power to influence the way a person lives or works.

“Our mission is to create comfortable, memorable, and functional spaces for our clients.”
– Json Er, Project Director

Design of Schatz logo / (65) 6384 3343 / / 69 Ubi Road 1, Oxley Bizhub, #08-24, Singapore 408731

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