Our design philosophy stems from our values of strong family ties and Islamic sensibilities, without compromising on style. To elevate any interior, we believe that clients’ individualities and aspirations need to be incorporated into the design, in order to suit their needs and lifestyles.
The absence of Islamic touches in the interior design industry signifies the demand and hunger of Muslim homeowners, or of those rooting for historical rebuilding of architecture styles. We wanted to fill that gap and recreate a different dimension of spirit from the norms of modern interior design; hence we began incorporating Islamic architecture into our interior design principles.
Passion for design:
We don’t only create spaces and homes; we leave trails of historical elements that never die. We allow homeowners to identify and express themselves through their home designs, while allowing the reinvention of basic architecture to fit the current modern world. We don’t only design, we want to create history!
“A well-designed home not only exudes beauty and pleasantness, but should also meet the functionality and needs of the owner.”
– Wan Ismail Wan Nussin, Principal Designer
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