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New Makati design shop offers “culture of collaboration"

Motif Studio, a local architectural and interior design firm, was launched recently, anchored on the idea that good design is for everyone, not just those with big projects and deep pockets.

New Makati design shop offers “culture of collaboration"

Located at the second floor of UPRC III building, along Don Chino Roces Ext. in Makati, the unique studio offers a diverse range of professional design services for hospitality, commercial, office, and residential needs, for the smallest of family homes, or larger condo units.

“Sometimes you walk into an Our Home or Crate and Barrel, and you buy a sofa that you find really nice, but when it gets delivered, you find out it’s too big for your living room, said Motif’s CEO MJ Ringor. “A professional designer will know things like that and can tell you what will fit your space and what won’t.”

New Makati design shop offers “culture of collaboration"

As a spin-off of the successful ten-year-old Mundo Design and Build, which specializes in the fit-out phase of construction,  Motif Studio brings the perspective of a builder.

“As a group with a foot in build and in design, we are able to ensure that whatever design is envisioned can be realized on time and on budget,” Ringor explained.

For more information:  http://instagram.com/motifstudioph or facebook.com/MotifStudioPH.   

Topics: Motif Studio , professional design services , Our Home , Crate and Barrel , Mundo Design and Build
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