One of the buzzwords of the decade in Singapore has been ‘Smart City’. Just as in centuries past, society has always been searching for ways to increase their quality of life. The latest advances in technology such as the Internet-of-the-Things (IOT) and the emergence of big data has shown potential to allow us to take the next big leap. While many of these advances have been applied at large commercial spaces and in public sector
Mention the words ‘interior design’ to any homeowner, and the first thing that pops into mind would be their choice of colour palette. The range of colours chosen has a strong impact on the overall presentation and style of your home. Furthermore, colour theory has proven that the choice of colours directly influences the mood of a house’s occupants. For example, the colour blue induces calm while yellow introduces excitement and a tinge of playfulness.
If you have been sourcing for ideas for a small office interior design makeover, then you would have come across a multitude of options. Yet, you may feel constricted due to the space constraints of your office. After all, certain designs or furniture do occupy large amounts of space, and thus may not seem feasible to fit into your office. With this in mind, there are still multiple ways to make full use of the environment and
Office room interior design has always played a huge role in affecting the behaviour of both your employees and visiting clients. On one hand, your office design offers clients a glimpse into your brand identity and makes a huge impression on them. Other than clients, design guides and facilitates the way your employees work, subtly creating barriers or encouraging flow. Your office environment also has an impact on the psyche of your employees, when done