The Secret Little Agency, a creative agency that focuses on delivering changes that positively impact businesses, creativity, and culture in Asia, recently moved into a new office in Singapore.
“TSLA’s new premises along Havelock Road occupy an entire floor of a building that, in another life, was a shopping mall (Isetan Emporium) in the ‘70s and then a warren of infamous karaoke lounges in the ‘90s. To mirror its operational needs, TSLA’s new office space takes on an open plan concept governed by a radial grid where the center is defined by a ring of varying volumes housing technical labs, private offices and distinct meeting spaces that serve surrounding workspaces at the perimeter. Interior finishes of exposed concrete, plywood and galvanized steel were selected for their functional and vernacular quality. A nod to the company’s tropical geographical heritage, particular attention was paid to the greening of the office, with planters at the perimeter forming a lush landscape framing panoramic views to the outside,” says