Creating Dementia-Friendly Environment

Environment Designed for People With Dementia
Dementia patients can be as young as in their 30s or old-aged. Every person with dementia is different and thus required different cares.

As an interior design firm, we advocate for creating dementia-friendly environment to enable people with dementia to regain their independence.

Dementia patients can be as young as in their 30s (young-onset dementia, YOD) or old-aged. Some of them have memory problems and some do not but are experiencing regression in cognitive ability like decision making or perception. Every person with dementia is different and thus required different cares. How do we design dementia-friendly environment to enable them continue to work and live independently as long as they can? How can we reduce their sense of insecurity, anxiety and worrying through purposefully-designed private and public spaces? And what are these spaces? Continue reading “Creating Dementia-Friendly Environment”

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From Coffee to the Heart, to Consciously Designing Better Spaces

From Coffee to the Heart, to Consciously Designing Better Spaces
Our projects with Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore (CPAS)

It all started when we received an opportunity to design a space for a cafe located in Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore (CPAS) in 2013, while I was still a Commercial Interior Designer.

I didn’t think too much about it, aside from the fact that it was a cafe for students with special needs.

But when I saw these students actually patronising the store, and having loads of fun exploring and soaking in the ambience that we had crafted for them, my entire perspective of designing such spaces completely shifted. Continue reading “From Coffee to the Heart, to Consciously Designing Better Spaces”

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Interior Design for the Special Needs School

CPAS classrooms
One of our projects with Cerebral Palsy Alliance Singapore (CPAS).

Introduction

Klique purposefully designs environments for special needs schools and facilities, so as to create custom spaces that stimulate children with special needs to explore, express, and experiment in a safe and meaningful setting.

Klique designs enjoyable spaces that enable immersive and collaborative learning experiences for key special needs care stakeholders.

Combining empathy with creativity, chronic illness insights with interior design foresight, the end result is conducive habitats that empower, excite, and inspire the superheroes that make special needs care possible day in, and day out. Continue reading “Interior Design for the Special Needs School”

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ProLight Interactive Flat Panel

ProLight Interactive Flat Panel offers an all-in-one solutions for meeting rooms and classrooms collaboration needs. Users can wirelessly present their computer content to ProLight’s interactive flat panel without the need to install any software or application, check out the video here.

All of our ProLight Interactive Flat Panel have a standard Ultra HD 4K (3840×2160) resolution. It provides brighter, clearer and sharper image quality. Customers can enjoy a more detailed image quality at any distance and angle. Continue reading “ProLight Interactive Flat Panel”

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Acoustic Control in the Workplace

Acoustic Control in the Workplace
Inspired by technology companies like Microsoft and Apple, an open workplace filled with comfort couches, fancy furniture, industrial-design hanging lamps, visible pipes and whitewashed brick wall was once a dream workplace for many millennials.

People start to realize the importance of acoustic control in the workplace after sometimes when open office concept became a trend years ago. Inspired by technology companies like Microsoft and Apple, an open workplace filled with comfort couches, fancy furniture, industrial-design hanging lamps, visible pipes and whitewashed brick wall was once a dream workplace for many millennials.

However, sooner or later, executives and employees who were impacted by the poor acoustics control in an open-plan office started to notice noise problems. Telephone calls, typing, office equipment like printers, repeated doors and lifts opening and closing and chatters can be sources of noise and interruption. Continue reading “Acoustic Control in the Workplace”

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