Award-winning social media agency Good Stuph has never been conventional, much like the marketing campaigns it runs for its clients. Likewise, their new office in a heritage building at Eu Tong Sen Street looks nothing like your typical corporate set-up of grey cubicles and narrow walkways. The light-filled space in the heart of Chinatown has been designed by Good Stuph founder Pat Law and Abigael Tay of Oblique Design to reflect their creative energy, with light playful touches and a colour palette reminiscent of a Wes Anderson film.
The quest for business excellence never ends, and TAK, the parent company of Lamitak, has just reached a milestone in this area with the Singapore Quality Class (SQC) certification. Awarded in Dec 2018, the SQC recognises organisations that have attained robust business fundamentals and met standards for good business performance. The SQC is set within the framework of achieving Business Excellence (BE). This BE framework provides a comprehensive set of management standards for business excellence in seven categories – Leadership, Customers, Strategy, People, Processes, Knowledge and Results.
Laminates already come in a huge variety of designs, such as wood, stone, fabric, and metal, as well as in the usual solid colours. What more could you ask for? How about laminates that express fresh trends in print and pattern, providing individualistic, daring homeowners with bold decorative possibilities. The new brand from Lamitak, artäk, brings exactly that.
You’re a new homeowner looking for design ideas for your home, and naturally, you want a space that isn’t just tailored to your aesthetic taste, but also easy to maintain (who wants to do more housework?). One material that has the ability to turn any style idea into reality is laminates.
Find out why the creative director of interior design firm Ensemble loves to use laminates, and his top design tips for homeowners.
In an already small apartment, bedrooms can get really tiny. Get some great ideas for maximising the footprint of your bedroom and make your space work harder for you!
Blue is set to cool down our homes as the hot colour to watch for interiors. See five looks you can create using a palette of blue.
We speak to Lucas Yang of Archive Design to find out why laminates are such an important part of an interior designer’s arsenal of materials.
Honest, authentic and raw. These were the qualities of a building cladding that captured our imagination as we travelled through downtown Portland in Oregon on our epic road trip. We loved the textures so much that it became the basis of a new laminate which bears the name of the location – Humboldt Street!
Anything can be an inspiration for design, even a rusted wall cladding.