Clients who come to us know and understand that our style is strongly influenced by Islamic and modernist architecture. The former is represented by geometric and floral abstract patterns present in lattice works and tiles. The latter is very much driven by the art deco style of celebrated architect Frank Lloyd Wright.
Definition of success:
Success to us is when people celebrate and recognise our projects, and when we can engage in pleasant discussions with prospective clients on how we tackled the constraints of previous projects.
Ideal client-designer relationship:
Firstly, a client should engage a designer whose work he/she appreciates and whose style resonates with him/her. This makes the renovation process smooth and enjoyable for both parties. It would be great if a client is open to suggestions and is willing to venture out of his/her comfort zone for a truly awe-inspiring design outcome.
It’s all about the details in this spacious HDB flat owned and designed by Hans Abu Aqeel of Fatema Design Studio for his family who wanted home to feel like a high-end hotel.
Fatema Design Studio combined Moroccan themes and traditional Islamic design elements in this maisonette.
This flat’s spacious layout and timeless design make it an ideal place to entertain and retire in.
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Eye-catching stone, Islamic motifs and a keen eye for detailing instil a sense of quiet luxury and homely, hospitality-like comfort in this HDB flat.
To complement the homeowners’ cheerful characters and love for Moroccan design, Fatema Design Studio imbued this BTO flat with bright colours and interesting patterns.
From regular to radical-looking, this HDB flat designed by Fatema Design Studio is characterised by elaborate patterns and textures inspired by the diverse Moorish culture.