Who we are:
We believe that design has the ability to speak and make any space come alive with character. We strive to combine aesthetics with functionality and practicality. Quality matters and good designs should have a long lifespan.
How we work with clients:
We guide our clients throughout the whole design process, spending time together to understand their requirements. This helps us to come up with designs tailored to the clients’ needs and recommend solutions, materials and products suited to their lifestyles.
Changing pattern we’re seeing in residential design:
A requirement for spaces that enable one to work from home has emerged as a key trend. As designers, we have to design spaces that balance work-related requirements and lifestyle considerations.
“Our mission is to create comfortable, memorable, and functional spaces for our clients.”
– Json Er, Project Director
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