What is your company’s background?
We started in a small office at Purvis Street with a team of five people. We saw the need in this industry for a reliable agency that would provide interior design, space planning, building and project management with a long term, professional commitment to contribute to the success of a well-completed interior, be it a home or commercial project. From 2003 to 2005, The Orange Cube became HDB’s official show flat designers; having designed and constructed 13 show flats across Singapore. Building on this success, we started expanding our scope of projects, from tackling HDB to private apartments, and landed properties to commercial projects.
What makes your firm and its work unique?
We are meticulous in our work and provide quality design solutions that suit the client’s needs and budgets. In addition, with the in-house architects’ expertise, we have also made a foray into the design and build of landed houses in 2007, and now offer a complete and comprehensive range of design and build services for landed housing.
What is your recent milestone?
We are very excited to have opened our new carpentry factory last year. It was a necessary move as we take on more projects year on year. This way, we can ensure fast and efficient deliverables while maintaining a high standard of workmanship.
“Our mission is to create a visually stunning yet functional living space that complements our client’s taste, and is also conducive in a practical sense.”
– Wendy Leong, Senior Design Consultant
Having recently moved from the UK, a family engaged the services of The Orange Cube to give them a home where they could spend quality time with loved ones.
By blurring the boundaries with an open-plan layout, this HDB flat designed by The Orange Cube receives a significant boost in visual size, appeal and liveability.
A major overhaul courtesy of The Orange Cube renders this old apartment new.
Glass, tinted mirrors and luxurious stones give this new build a sleek and modern contemporary look.
Designer Karen Bohn from The Orange Cube used the odd-shaped layout of this 3-bedroom apartment to her advantage, incorporating unique design elements that lend to the overall elegant ambience of the space.
With a thoughtful selection of materials and clever space planning, Karen Bohn from The Orange Cube has given the owner of this apartment a bright and spacious pad that is both practical and functional.
Thanks to the interior designers, this 4-bedroom condominium has clearly demarcated spaces that emphasise the spaciousness of the home
These 9 homes have dream kitchens we would love to spend quality time in. And as you will see, it usually takes just one stand-out feature for the kitchen to become an attention-grabbing space
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The Orange Cube showroom at Arumugam Road demonstrates how design elements like diagonal lines and geometric patterns can make a space feel more contemporary
This large corner terrace underwent a long but rewarding journey to become a dream home for its owners
The HDB home doesn’t look like any other, thanks to its reconfigured layout fresh perspective
Following an overhaul by The Orange Cube, this old HDB point block unit reveals a calming blend of Scandinavian and Asian design elements
A sleek and urban pad is smartly balanced with the warmth of resort-style accent pieces, turning out a stylish, liveable home for a young couple.
The Orange Cube weaves the essence of light, space and materials to create an oasis of simplicity.
A collaborative partnership results in a home with bright open spaces and pockets of personality.