We have talked about the importance of office lighting in our earlier blog. Now, we shall talk about how to use eco-friendly paint and wallpaper as ones of the many interior design elements. If we use them correctly, they can contribute to good office lighting while being green.Continue reading “Eco-friendly Paint and Wallpaper, the Sustainable Interior Design”
When we are talking about sustainability in interior design, there are many ways we can apply our creativity to maximise the applications. From acoustic panel, lighting, flooring, furniture, kitchenware to decoration, we use wood to achieve this goal. Wood adds warmth and an inviting feel to homes and offices. It is one of the most popular sustainable materials used in interior design.
We are not talking about chopping down 100 years old gigantic treasurable trees to make high end furniture. So, what is that about? Let’s dive in to see what are those sustainable wood materials we can use to create a loving workspace.Continue reading “Wood, the Sustainable Interior Design Material”
All Saints Home, a nursing home name many locals are familiar with. It is a home for many elderly to receive their much-needed care and attention, day in, day out.
While some of you may think that the environment, furniture and fittings seem just have to be simple to serve the basic needs of the elderly, however, the fact is that a little bit more design thinking is needed to make sure the nursing home is safe, comfortable and most importantly, accessible for both operators and residents.Continue reading “All Saints Home”
By the grace of God, we had ridden out the storm of COVID-19 pandemic. The impact of the pandemic was a great blow to many industries since 2020, and the construction industry is no exception. Despite all the challenges and uncertainties, we have been awarded with new projects from non-profit organizations, Corrupt Practices Investigation Bureau (CPIB) and Ministry of Trade and Industry (MTI). We have also achieved an unexpected milestone in term of project quantum.Continue reading “We Are Relocating to the New Office”
As opposed to the previous Chinese New Year breaks, thing was slightly different for this time around. Instead of having some employees gone back to the neighbourhood countries to celebrate the festival with their loved ones, all of us have to stay in the country because of the COVID-19. Although face-to-face meetings are irreplaceable by virtual gatherings, the amazing technological advancements have nonetheless enabled spontaneous and economical connections between people. Continue reading “Happy Chinese New Year 2021”