branding interiors

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From 2009 to today, we've been to many places. Where dreams unfold and ideas take root; where the best design minds meet to improve lives at the work place. We are also older, wiser, and happy with the way things turn out. We are proud to say that we've always put in 101 percent in the work we do.

It’s how we tell a story. Just like a dot of inspiration is all we need to paint a corporate story or create a retail brand, a top-up of sublime froth is what we add to complete every story with finesse. We relate each story through crafting design solutions that representative of brand, space, and purpose. Design has always been our emphasis and what we thrive in.

Building spaces that impact people and the society
  • Get the Right Fit: The only way to tell for sure is to conduct a spatial plan analysis and preliminary test–fit.
  • Envisage the Full Works: We conceptualize and design your space, which comes alive through our 3-d visualizations
  • Balance the Numbers: We source from among the best to bring you innovation, quality workmanship and value for money
  • Partnering End to End: We provide design consultancy, project management, and construction services from end to end, both locally and overseas.
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The recent re-organisation of statutory boards – formation of “SkillsFuture Singapore” as well as reconstitution of “Workforce Singapore” – represents the country’s commitment and focus to developing skills and employment for the Singapore Core

The backbone or core to an economy is the people/ workforce. This is the inspiration for the interior concept

Trading Technologies


To create a space that evokes the emotions of going through the week.

The use of glass partitions open up the space creating a fresh an invigorating atmosphere. Overall design is kept clean and crisp to reduce distraction. The pantry is designed with a chilled-out bar atmosphere complete with a pool table & video games area.


Nature’s best

The interior concept is inspired by the serenity and beauty of herb farms from where Young Living’s essential oils are being cultivated and harvested. Going back to the roots of the product – the very fields of origins

Contouring spatial plan

the interior concept is a manifestation of the farms’ beauty and originality. The picturesque scenery made of contouring plains and rows of flowering herbs will be transpired within the office; the office is redolent of a Young Living herb farm with interior elements that metaphor the silhouettes of beautiful scenery from blooming flowers to contouring fields


Multi-functional . Adaptable . Modular

The inspiration is drawn from DSTA’s nature of work; in simple terms, it implements cutting-edge technological solutions and infrastructure for the defence and security of Singapore. Technology + Defence becomes the inspiration for developing the design concept

Environmentally friendly skin

Environmentally friendly materials consisting of both recycled and recyclable materials would form the core of the interior. A palette of low-cost and efficient materials not compromising on quality will be proposed.

Creativity & Innovativeness

This element will be featured in forms and fixtures like ceiling, feature walls, and other loose furniture as well as graphic panels and flooring at the same time. The colour palette is clean and neutral such as white with a few vibrant colours as accents





Luxe Boutique

Likening to a luxury fashion boutique, Halcycon’s office is all lush and style. Fine materials that are chosen run the gamut from leather, brass to travertine stone. A fengshui wall – at Halcycon’s request – that blends in superbly with the classy interiors is also specially designed and erected. Warm lighting combines to evoke a sophisticated, luxe décor like no other.


A clean, powerful and warm identity makes the spaces readily identifiable and yet maintaining the comfort level where staff and visitors feel at home.


Law of Gravity

The interior of the Sentosa Development Corporation’s office is inspired by the gravitational concept highlighting the attributes of the world-class destination. These attributes are the reasons tourists are attracted to Sentosa; they range from a tropical garden city with lots of sun and greenery and a melting-pot of multi-cultures giving rise to a synthesis of experience.

Nature infusion

The garden city is planted ingeniously in the interior of the Sentosa office. The greenery is subtle but pervasive; planters peek from on top of cabinets along workstations at the general office and verdant walls at lift lobbies emit nature’s dewy fragrance. A tree design symbol is specially crafted, leaving its mark as wall features inside the office and out at the courtyard. The stroke of green is further exemplified in leafy frosted stickers pasted onto glass wall panels.

the “origami” symbol.

From uneven and disparate ceiling blobs at the reception to intersecting lined art on meeting room walls, the origami feature gives a rustic and interesting perspective to the space



Bringing everything together from the consolidation of Soo Kee’s business units to building unity in vision, culture, and people. Hence, the concept ONE: One body, one heart, and one mind.


Connectivity is the key

The world is one big playground. Inspired by this, connectivity is derived as the interior concept for the office. At the same time, a fun environment likening to a travel experience is simulated considering the travel and leisure scope of its business and industry. As a result, employees go to work as if they’re on a trip every day, revitalized and renewed to tackle on their work.

TripAdvisor® is the travel authority that connects people from all over the world, enabling them to plan and have the perfect trip. Through this connectivity, contacts are made and schedules get firmed. And through this connectivity, memories are formed and experiences are shared, building relationships and bonds that last a life time.


Rectilinear minimalism

Rectilinear in nature, the design travels from frame to frame, box to box, sometimes languid, oftentimes sleek and polished. Simple lines and minimalist forms streamline the space, evoking a note of unspoken elegance

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