What makes your firm and its work unique?
Hall engineer living spaces, not just dress them cosmetically. Our world gets so caught up in the visuals sometimes that we forget the basics of design – developing and defining the form of the space, and thus creating a spatial experience. This is what differentiates interior designers from decorators. Hall also draws inspirations from various sources in each project. It could be a combination of the client’s moodboard, the architectural shell of the space, a colour scheme from a painting, the desired comfort level – it really depends on the when and where, making each of our projects unique.
What constitutes a meaningful space?
It’s one that translates the clients’ vision well, fulfils their needs, and enhances their lives.
What are your design beliefs?
Hall strongly believes that collaboration is the key to achieving the impossible. When people from various disciplines and industries come together, innovative ideas are born.
“Design doesn’t have a rule of thumb or equation. There is only a degree of fulfilment in every project – how much a design gives what the clients need, and how we can match their vision – that’s the real achievement.”
– Randoll Lee, Principal
A couple with kids have sought the help of Hall to design a home that encourages bonding.
Thanks to the designers from Hall, a young couple with a newborn get to enjoy English country living without having to leave Singapore.
Interior design firm Hall used the colour blue to effectively create a sense of flow and connectivity from room to room in the renovation of this stylish condominium apartment.