Our projects are always designed with the philosophy that they need to look beautiful and be practical. We take on a pragmatic approach with our work, and we always try to give whatever we do a hint of sophistication.
We are inspired by many different things. But usually, it comes from our clients themselves. All our designs are derived from the appreciation and trust we build with our clients.
Passion for design:
Working in this industry isn’t easy, but what drives us is a passion for what we do. We love design and although it’s hard work, the sense of satisfaction really pays off. One of the greatest enjoyments of being a designer is the look on the faces of our satisfied clients.
“The satisfaction on the clients’ faces when they step into their newly renovated homes is what we love most.”
– Sulomon Wiradjaja, Head of Creative
This glamorous penthouse is luxurious looking yet comfortably designed for a married couple and their teenage son.
In this terrace house, the designers from The Interior Place have fused modern sensibilities with family-centric spaces to create a comfortable and stylish home.
The designers from The Interior Place worked interesting finishes and features into a modern-contemporary scheme, resulting in a luxurious family home with visual surprises throughout.
Design firm The Interior Place make the most of a squeezy 2-room condo apartment with multipurpose storage space solutions
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The Interior Place renovated this landed home to give it a contemporary look complete with modern Victorian influences.
There is no arguing that having a 6,200 sqft of land on which to build your home is a true luxury in land-scarce Singapore.
This semi-detached house is a place where the owners can relax from the hustle and bustle of city life.
For the owners of this 1,600-sq-ft condominium apartment, maximising space was of top priority.
This 2,600-square feet cluster house was designed by The Interior Place to live up to its owner’s expectations.
Many of us have been seduced by sophisticated scenes at condominium showrooms – muted tones, polished surfaces and well-appointed spaces that we dream of having in our own homes.
A multi-generational home is not the easiest to handle. Different generations come with different tastes and practical requirements, but the designers from The Interior Place were able to fit it all together in one grand package.
This three-room HDB flat looks nothing like its original state, thanks to the designers from The Interior Place
The young owners of this 1,300-sqft condominium apartment entrusted their new pad to the designers of The Interior Place.
With no flashy designs or overpowering colours, this house manages to stand out with its clean-cut layout and sensible design doctrine
The Interior Place offers up a fine balance of details and textures in this apartment at The Anchorage.
The Interior Place puts together a house of mirrors without compromising on functionality.