Design is subjective – no good or bad. But designing a place that totally fits the individual is the most important thing.
It is not just about understanding the clients, but also “educating”
and advising on what’s suitable for them and their space. We have to be
forward-looking, and work out the space according to their character
and needs, rather than trends.
Greatest enjoyment as a designer:
Using my brain to think of unique solutions for each individual homeowner! Also thinking creatively in order to materialise certain dream ideas.
“Every good designer has an inborn sense of aesthetics and logical spatial thinking. This is necessary to be able to create a meaningful space that compels. It can’t be taught!” – Dess Chew, Principal Designer
This 4-room HDB flat sports a black-and-white vintage look that beautifully captures the atmosphere of its location in a mature neighbourhood.
See how this flat designed by three-d conceptwerke boldly embraces the dark and masculine look, giving the homeowners a cosy and welcoming space to come home to.
The designers from three-d conceptwerke have taken their clients’ love for dark colours and made it the dominent feature in this 5-room flat.
An old, resale HDB flat now offers surprising design twists
Three-D Conceptwerke jazzes up the old with a sense of modernity, in this house at West Coast Road.