Lines of sight from Commercial Design Trends volume 2314

Space planning, aesthetics and functionality – and fulfilling the client's brief – are key objectives for an interior designer about to undertake a new project.
Interior designer Noel Quiambao of Boss Design wanted to create a well-structured office space and a warm working environment that suited the business requirements and reflected the character of his client, STX Pan Ocean Singapore.
To achieve this, Quiambao carefully co-ordinated the space, forms, light, colours and materials to create a simple and inviting environment.
To create a sense of openness for the offices, the reception, meeting room and corridor areas are walled with glass. A backlit sheet of translucent onyx glass set into the reception wall catches visitors' attention and draws them into this part of the space. In addition, bright and lively graphics extend from floor to ceiling to make the different areas interesting and welcoming.
"The focus of the design of these offices emphasises the connection between proportion, sequence, fluidity and spatial vistas within the interior spaces," says Quiambao.
For more information, or for the address of your local Boss Design office, contact Boss Design International, 134 Joo Seng Road, Level 4, Nobel Design House, Singapore 368359. Tel: (+65) 6383 5133. Fax: (+65) 6858 1300. Email: Website:
The offices of STX Pan Ocean Singapore have been fitted out by interior designer Noel Quiambao of Boss Design.
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