Titan Creative Design to Reveal New Office Design Collections

Titan Creative Design’s Lloyd Neri says new office concepts will be revealed in November.

Singapore, Singapore, September 09, 2016 --(PR.com)-- Titan Creative Design’s recently-appointed design director, Lloyd Neri has announced that will unveil the company’s first office design concept lines in an exhibition at next year’s Office Expo Asia (OEA) on 26-27 July in Singapore.

Focusing on chiropractic care and ergonomic furniture, the concept will be the Singapore-based creative design agency’s first foray into business design solutions which is aimed at taking advantage of the boom in office construction in emerging market economies.

Since appointing Ahiro Hashimoto to the position of Lead Designer in July, Neri has rapidly assembled a class-leading design team, 21-strong. Of the concept, Mr. Neri says that there will be a welcome departure from the European-influenced modular designs that he feels have simply been modified to suit Asian tastes.

“This collection will attempt to break what I call the cycle of European style-regurgitation and establish clear, unmistakable Asian feel both in terms of form and feel with a particular focus on materials and ergonomics. We’ve consulted with alternative health professionals who have provided invaluable input that we’ve put to effective use in our seating, workstation and lighting designs,” says Mr. Neri.

Titan Creative Design’s CEO, Nic Chohan said that he is delighted with the progress made to date. “The decision to give Lloyd the broad remit and the autonomy he needed has proven to be extremely rewarding. I’ve seen the initial mock-ups of several pieces and I couldn’t be happier with the way things are progressing. We expect our entry into the business solutions arena to be extremely lucrative and look forward to the OEA expo.”

About Titan Creative Design:
Titan Creative Design was established in order to provide in depth consultation to a wide range of boutique developers and architects, with a particular focus on Japan.

Each building has a responsibility to its environment, natural and urban, as well as its occupants. This results in a particular design solution, unique to each project. This concept permeates to its interior, providing a setting and ambiance for the space and its potential usage.
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