What is your company’s background?
I.D.I.D was founded by Wynn Neo and David Tan who hail from different backgrounds. Wynn studied interior design and has 15 years of experience in the field while David worked as a commercial pilot. His interest in interior design stems from his family’s carpentry business, Teck Lee Carpenters. We then joined forces and made bespoke living possible through I.D.I.D.
What is your firm’s design identity?
We believe the little details, whether in terms of aesthetics or functionality, are what makes the difference; hence the name of our firm, which is the acronym for ideas defined in details.
What makes your firm and its work unique?
We design with love and passion as we believe that only with this spirit in mind can we create dream homes for our clients. We ensure that we spend ample time on understanding the customer’s needs and wants before the project begins. Similarly, we allow homeowners to fully understand our proposed choice of materials and design before actual work commences.
What constitutes a meaningful space?
A space that is an extension of the people using or living in it. It must contain elements of individuality that you will not find elsewhere, elements that should be unique to the people who call the space their home.
What is your best design advice?
A good design has to consider the character, daily habits and lifestyle of its user. We must also project into the future and be able to cater to the changes that might come in the next five to ten years.
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