My Reno Diary

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Singapore 757087.
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Singapore 408569.
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Welcome to our gallery highlighting the impeccable commercial interior designs at Suntec City Tower. Join us in discovering how these spaces redefine the standards of aesthetics and functionality. Imagine stepping into an office unlike any other. Sunlight streams through large windows, illuminating sleek furniture arranged in an open layout. Plants and natural textures soften the modern aesthetic, creating a calming and inspiring atmosphere. This isn’t just a vision; it’s the rise of biophilic minimalism in Singapore’s office design scene. But is this trend merely aesthetic, or does it unlock real benefits for employee well-being and productivity? Let’s delve into the data, exploring how biophilic elements are integrated into modern workspaces and examining their impact on employee satisfaction and performance.

Unraveling Costs in Singapore’s Bustling Market

In a city like Singapore, where space is precious and aesthetics reign supreme, renovating your home can be both exciting and daunting. While flipping through design magazines offers inspiration, the question of cost often looms large. So, what does it realistically cost to transform your dream into reality? By analyzing data on material prices, labor rates, and project complexities, we can shed light on renovation costs in Singapore’s diverse neighborhoods. Get ready to navigate the financial realities, from budget-friendly makeovers to high-end luxury remodels, as we embark on a journey to decode the price tag of your dream home.


  • Modern Minimalism: The overall design is clean, uncluttered, and emphasizes functionality. Straight lines, neutral colors, and a focus on natural light create a sleek and professional atmosphere.
  • Biophilic elements: The incorporation of plants and wood accents introduces a touch of nature, promoting well-being and reducing stress.
  • Open layout: The open floor plan encourages collaboration and communication among employees. However, there are also designated quiet areas and meeting rooms for focused work.

Estimated cost:

It’s difficult to provide an exact estimate without knowing the specific dimensions, materials, and finishes used in the office. However, here’s a rough breakdown for a similar modern minimalist office fit-out in Singapore:

  • Construction and demolition: S$20,000 – S$50,000 (depending on the scope of work)
  • Flooring: S$5,000 – S$15,000 (depending on material and size of the space)
  • Wall finishes: S$3,000 – S$10,000 (depending on material and size of the space)
  • Ceiling: S$2,000 – S$5,000 (depending on material and complexity)
  • Lighting: S$5,000 – S$10,000 (depending on type and features)
  • Furniture: S$10,000 – S$30,000 (depending on quantity, quality, and brand)
  • Office equipment: S$5,000 – S$10,000 (depending on specific needs)
  • Decorations and accessories: S$2,000 – S$5,000

Total: S$52,000 – S$130,000

Additional factors to consider:

  • Customization: Custom-made furniture, built-in features, or unique lighting fixtures will increase the cost.
  • Technology: Integrating smart technology or advanced audio-visual systems will add to the cost.
  • Location: Costs may vary depending on the office location and accessibility.
  • Professional fees: Hiring an interior designer or architect will incur additional fees.