Who we are:
Our goal is to turn our clients’ life stories and visions into physical reality. We don’t chase after trends as there are boundless design possibilities to explore. We take liberty in delving into different styles, materials and design elements to put together a well-designed living space.
How we work with clients:
We take a pragmatic approach in understanding our clients’ design needs. That means open and honest communication.
Best design advice:
Take design trends as inspiration, but not a benchmark. Your lifestyle should dictate how your home looks and functions.
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A married couple’s love for mid-century modern design and retro style is reflected in this colourful home.
The indoors and out are alluringly blurred in this Japandi-inspired penthouse. Enviable features include a skylight, an ‘infinity’ timber decking, and an expansive balcony.
The refreshing interior of this Upper Thomson condo is informed by nature, with every inch of space reprogrammed to suit a young couple.
Wood, marble and a clean-lined design language by Happe Design Atelier shows off a cosy and contemporary home with luxurious undertones.
Taking a reductionist approach, Happe Design Atelier completely transforms a once dingy 43-year-old resale flat into a stylish bachelor pad.
History and sentiment lend richness to this eye-catching flat where contemporary Nordic design meets colourful Art Deco touches.
Taking the brief for a contemporary home further, Happe Design Atelier incorporates the old resale unit’s original terrazzo flooring into the design to create a monochrome haven with a nostalgic twist.
Through a series of elegant interventions, a small and angulated apartment space has been made an ideal family home, complete with a play zone.
This resale flat has been designed by Happe Design Atelier as a warm and inviting dwelling that alludes to the history of its neighbourhood.
Thoughtful design mannerism has been put in place to make this HDB flat work for a senior with reduced mobility and her able-bodied nieces and nephew, without sacrificing aesthetics.