Always satisfy customers, to give them what they want in a
practical way that doesn’t drain their budget!
Play up simple but beautiful elements for a stylish update. We like to make use of a creative mix of forms, materials, decor accents and soft furnishings.
Greatest enjoyment as a designer:
Handing over a project that we have put great effort into, and seeing how happy the client is with it.
“We are very happy to be working with both new customers and repeat customers – it’s satisfying to see that they come back to us again because they are pleased with our previous work!” – Andy Tan, founder
To cater to the married couple’s differing preferences, the designers from Unimax Creative have created a harmonious combination of contemporary and industrial elements, and dark and light tones in their 4-room flat.
Reconfigured spaces in a modern palette of white, black and woodgrains transform this new 5-room flat into a home that suits the owners’ lifestyle.
In this home, Unimax Creative used a neutral colour palette and premium materials to draw out a luxurious atmosphere with a touch of cosiness.
In this 4-room HDB, design firm Unimax Creative updated the resort look with warm accents and carefully chosen furniture pieces
In this two-storey apartment at UE Square condominium, the designers wanted to give the double volume space the bright, airy feeling that it deserves
In this 4-room HDB flat at Stirling Road, Unimax Creative adhered to a clean-cut palette that lent a professional sheen to the space
The homeowners designed this 4-bedroom apartment at SKY 11 condominium with a clean, black-and-white colour scheme that appeals to the entire family
This bungalow at Sentosa Cove lives up to its prestigious location, thanks to the functional and creative design by Unimax Creative
There are seven bedrooms in this townhouse at Bukit Timah, and design firm Unimax Creative made it a point to ensure that each room has its own style and personality
This apartment at the One Oxley RIse condominium is an example of how patterns, textures and colours can come together in creating a plush, cosy home
Homeowners love the classic simplicity and clean colours of the monochrome look, and as this condominium apartment shows, it works wonderfully in an urban pad
Unimax Creative designed this home to break out of the trappings of a typical HDB apartment
The design team from Unimax Creative carved out a cosy space for the owners in this condominium apartment
This apartment at The Berth: Sentosa condominium and renovated the space so that it lives up to its prestigious location
Understated Eloquence meets sleek sensibilities in this Sentosa Cove Residence Designed by Unimax Creative.
This condominium apartment designed by Unimax Creative features a crisp black and white palette and a conscientious attention to orderly lines.