We propose solutions to the critical questions facing the city today. How might we best build homes for Singaporeans, what makes our workplaces fit for the 21st century, and how should we reinvigorate our public spaces so that they engage and excite? A rational and pragmatic approach to each commission is combined with a desire to delight, forming spaces that bring joy to those that use them. Interior Times is collaborative, innovative, informed and aspirational.Read More
Every company is different. Every building is different. Our approach revolves around listening to your requirements and identifying a bespoke office design solution to support your business’ organisational and cultural aspirations. Innovative office design can support your business in a number of key areas, including motivating staff, enhancing their productivity, supporting their personal wellbeing, improving the communication of knowledge and ideas. A successful design will assist in recruiting and retaining employees and projecting the right image for your organisation.Read More
To ensure your place of business works for you, it's important to understand how your space is used. Our workplace consultants will carry out a full audit using sophisticated analysis tools to assess factors like desk occupancy. You may be pleasantly surprised by the results, and they could pinpoint ways to use your space .Read More
Meet & Agree
Idea & Concept
Design & Create
Build & Install
We develop a clear direction and scope for your project. We’ll meet in our showroom to get to know you, your house, your needs, and your vision. We’ll ask questions. You’ll ask questions.Great interior design is not done in a vacuum. It is done in a context. You, your dwelling, and how you live are the context. How many people live at home? Do you have children? Do you have pets? When you entertain is it usually family and friends or professional peers? Are you readers? Where do you like to sit when you read? The answers to these questions will of course provoke more questions. Gradually the designer begins to get a picture of how you live.
Our designer creates a scaled plan-view of your space – a drawing of your room as if looking down from above. We focus first on the practical considerations like size, proportion, and function. We determine the optimal objects for and layout of the room.We’ll meet again to review these preliminary plans. It is important to understand that the Plan View is a proposal. At this stage, we can easily experiment with furniture placement just by moving the pieces around.
We choose paint and stain colours, fabrics, rugs, and lamps. We source or custom design furniture that suits both the context of your space and the look you want to create – turned or tapered table legs? Smooth or hand-planed wood? Crisp white, or multi-layered antiqued painted finish? Iron, ceramic, wood, or glass lamps? Knowing now how the space will be used and by whom, we can choose wisely to suit your needs – perhaps a heavier rug to stay in place when the dog won’t, or sofa fabric milled to withstand spilled milk and wayward markers.The designer will assemble all of the samples, photos, and drawings into a presentation that will allow you to ‘picture’ the room as it will appear when completed. We’ll look together at examples in our showroom – a great aid for those who want to touch and feel.
This is our final step, and certainly the most exciting! While you were waiting for the big day, we were planning, ordering and confirming, measuring, sewing, building, and finishing the various pieces designed just for you. Everything you are expecting, as outlined in your Final Presentation, will be delivered and setup on the same day, after the completion of any preliminary site work – maybe new flooring, fresh paint, new window treatment, etc. The designer will arrive with our delivery crew to lay the rugs, place the furniture, hang the artwork, style the bookcases, set up the lamps – even to screwing in the light bulbs – and attend to all the finishing touches.