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.
We’re feeling blue and loving it. The colour that dominated the runways for the Spring 2018 fashion collections in New York is finally making its way into homes. In fashion, the spectrum ran the gamut from powder to electric. However, for our spaces, designers have been embracing mid-tones as well as darker, more formal shades which go perfectly with wood grains and metallic accents such as brass and gold. In colour psychology, blue creates a feeling of calmness and serenity; its darker tones signal security, stability and sophistication. Whatever you feel about blue, there’s no denying the appeal of these following five spaces.
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.
The experts at the Pantone Color Institute have gazed into their crystal ball and released their colour palette forecast for the first half of 2019. Called New Native , the collection of seven hues is a “Celebration of Multicultural”, and represents a melting pot of cultures and a mash-up of influences both “old and new, traditional and experimental, synthetic and organic”. We love that the palette is made up of wonderfully organic tones that are closely tied to nature and can be easily translated into a home environment. Read on to find out how you can embrace this multi-dimensional trend with Lamitak laminates.