ABOUT US

Whiteboard is established in year 2006 and since then, our boutique-sized interior design firm has broadened our experience from championing private residential homes and commercial projects to large-scale corporate offices. At Whiteboard, we take pride in being comprehensive and sensible towards different design needs from a diverse range of clients.

Whiteboard’s success is propelled by beliefs in attentively listening to the client’s aspirations and providing our fullest commitment, integrity and trust-worthiness in every project engaged. Our attention to detail and insistence on quality and service creating value through good design application as the main reasons.

At Whiteboard, we strive to be the starting point to help you realise your ideas by providing proper spatial planning and concept development as the foundation of every project. Our goal is to create unique and distinctive designs with a dash of personal touch.

Strategic Advisory Services – Corporate

Whiteboard believes that the definition of a working space has now evolved. The 21st century office workplace that champions knowledgeable employees cultivates a team-based approach. Whiteboard has envisioned to transform every office space into “truly inspiring workplaces”.  We deliver creative and environmentally progressive solutions that create a lasting impact on our client’s team, business and brand – for generations to come. We blend intensive research, planning and design to create environments that meets strategic business objectives and support people while they work, learn, live and heal.

Whiteboard has also started offering a full range of services including branding and advertising to corporate offices and commercial projects. It all begins with conceptual designs and developments of an appropriate corporate identity portraying the clients marketing and branding strategy.

Key global trends in the workplace now include :

  • More efficient design standards
  • Multipurpose design
  • Open Plan
  • Alternative Work Strategies
  • Design for teamwork and collaboration
  • Design to enhance a community of staff
  • Incorporating technology into design
  • Changing demographics in the workplace
  • Ergonomics and design
  • Sustainable design
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