The key to good design is to understand the human. The house is just a structure with walls, but humans have different characters and personalities. With these differences, there will be different requirements. The first thing we do is to understand what the user really needs.
We get inspiration from everywhere and anywhere. Travelling to different countries also gives us many opportunities to pick up new ideas. We see new materials, learn from other cultures, and then we adapt the good ideas for the local Singapore home.
Passion for design:
Every project is precious to us, so receiving smiles from clients makes us really happy. It is a great encouragement when clients say they like our work, when they come back to us as repeat clients, and when they refer us to their friends.
“Understanding human needs and wants is the key to designing the right space for our clients. We look into the future and create a space that they will find practical and functional even in the future.”
– Wincy Tang, Creative Director
Wincy Tang of Rhiss Interior has given her repeat clients a home with beautiful textured walls, effectively setting it apart from the other units in the cluster housing estate.
What this brand new condominium unit lacks in space it makes up in multi-functional fixtures and clever hidden features.
Sure, the hotel style is great, but what if the experience could be perfected with a low-maintenance design approach? That was what Rhiss Interior decided to do for a couple with two young kids.
Rhiss Interior have gone above and beyond to transform this 893 sqft apartment into a well-planned living space with enough room for everyone.
The blend of dark colours and cement screed finishes create an intriguing charm in this home designed by Rhiss Interior.