Our designs revolve around the user’s experience of the space. It’s functionality first, followed by empathy towards the space as well as the user. If you have empathy, you will understand and design a space to better suit the people that you’re designing for.
Every and any little corner can inspire us. We notice the little things – the small details. Inspiration also comes from the need to design something new. We always try to experiment and do something different, and so we’re always on the lookout for new things.
Greatest enjoyment as a designer:
Coming up with a great design concept, and making the space
usable for the client.
“We love using real, solid materials in our projects. If it looks like timber, then it’s real timber.” – Edwin Pang, Principal Consultant
Open spaces and an exquisite pairing of materials by Third Avenue Studio create an inviting and bespoke home for this three-generation household.
This resale condominium showcases bold strokes that enhance its sense of space and landscaped vistas beyond.
From hidden storage to transformable furniture, here are eight homes that showcase amazing small space living ideas.
Let’s give tile backsplash a rest and seek out other equally, if not better kitchen backsplash options.
These warm-toned metals luxe up the minimal modern style and accentuate the refreshed floor plan devised by Third Avenue Studio.
Yes, we all need more of them and these ingenious ideas will make the most of every available space.
At a modest 690 sqft, this Scandinavian minimalist home by Third Avenue Studio rocks several bold design features without looking overdone.
This predominantly white condominium designed by Third Avenue Studio is anything but boring.
Receiving an update in both style and space, this old resale HDB flat has been transformed into a contemporary home by the designers from Third Avenue Studio.
Receiving an update in both style and space, this old resale HDB flat has been transformed into a contemporary home by the designers from Third Avenue Studio. The versatile strokes of monochromes complement the clean design lines and promote a fluid flow of light, air and space.
Photographers Chloe and Dominic’s fondness for vintage treasures is warmly reflected in their resale flat unit designed by Third Avenue Studio, where industrial-style accents and second-hand finds conjure a worldly eclectic charm.
A monochromatic colour palette and a blend of contemporary and classic styles define this elegant weekday home.
This flat is made more spacious without any sacrifices to functionality or intimacy – thanks to a great balance of colour, texture, and space.
Clean, pristine and enviably spacious, this 5-bedroom bungalow transports you to a different time.
In this multi-generational family home, form and function come together, thanks to a little help from Third Avenue Studio.
A young married couple couldn’t decide on which interior design style to choose for their home, so Third Avenue Design gave them what they both wanted.
Although it measures at a compact 490 square feet, this two-storey apartment still feels bright and spacious, thanks to a little help from Third Avenue Studio.
This executive condominium at the Esparina bucks the trend with its personality-laden interior by Third Avenue Studio that wields colour as a powerful design tool.