BNI Business Network


Our Managing Director’s BNI Pinnacle featured presentation week. Congratulation to our lucky prize winner Ms Lisa, Managing Partner from CNPLaw LLP. We would also like to specially say thank you to:
1. (1st person on the left) Mr Ong, Council Member of IFPAS
2. (2nd person from the left) Kenneth, Founder and Lead Copywriter of Pencil Sword
3. (4th person from the left) Anne, Managing Partners of Active Aging LLP – Pressalit Singapore
4. (2nd from the right) Youli, Director from One Centum Pte Ltd
5. (1st on the right) Ms Ho, Director from Maneki Signage

Invest in the Future of Accessibility, Empower Talents with Disabilities


The ability of being able to deliver an impressive and clear presentation lies in how well the speaker understands his topic. It was our Managing Director’s (MD) BNI Pinnacle featured presentation week this morning.

Thank you Kenneth for offering your idea of begin our speech with our MD on a wheelchair. We couldn’t agree more that this was so relevant to our topic “Invest in the Future of Accessibility, Empower Talents with Disabilities”.

Thank you both founding partners of Active Aging LLP – Pressalit Singapore, who lent us their wheelchair and attended as our guests.

Thank you all invited guests who attended and showed your support. It was our little thought and token of appreciation to gift each one of you a leather bookmark as door gift.

Congratulation to our lucky draw prize winner, Lisa, Managing Partner from CNPLaw LLP who walked away with a leather/farbic hand-crafted notebook.

Thank you SPD (social service organization serving people with disabilities) for your exquisite bookmarks and notebook, both of which made by your skilled artisans.

And finally, it was time for our multitask interior designer Ms CC to take a good break while enjoying her delicacies after the hard work of being a camerawoman. Thank you ❤

A Part of All, Not Apart from All


“A Part of All, Not Apart from All”
-Society for the Physically Disabled (SPD)

People with disabilities or special needs are part of us. Similarly, this inclusiveness should also apply to the workspace through accessible means and adoptive & assistive technology (AT), where companies can embrace a diverse workforce with different talents.

At Klique Design, we adopt the principle of Universal Design (UD). We want to empower talents with disabilities or special needs through our design and appropriate use of technology. We believe a little adjustment or alteration can also go a long way in creating a more inclusive society. Nothing is considered as too little. We are passionate about creating a safe and user-friendly environment so that no one will be left behind.

Office for the Millennials


Is your office setting ready for the millennials? As a commercial interior designer specializes in technology integration with universal design (UD) principals in mind, we understand how appropriate use of technology and space can facilitate collaboration, improve productivity and #inclusiveness effectively. Talk to us to find out more.

Employees are generally happy in their jobs, but as communications and productivity technology advances, they are becoming increasingly dissatisfied with #workplace capabilities. Though they still rely on analog equipment like landlines and desktops, they’re ready for a workplace that can accommodate their changing lifestyles.
~ Dell & Intel Future Workforce Study Global Report

Medical Fair Bangkok 2019


Medical Fair 2019 in Bangkok. Participating enterprises from around the world such as Japan, Korea, Thailand, Singapore and many more were showcasing their latest products and services. Appropriate use of assistive technology (#AT) can certainly empower people with special needs and their caregivers to live a better life.