Punggol Way (Block 316B)

Designed by Fineline Design

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Property Type
Apartment
Property Status
New
Area Size
116m²
Cost
S$38,000
Bedrooms
3
Style
Scandinavian
Renovation Duration
6 weeks
Year of Completion
2016
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Works included

  • Carpentry
  • Flooring
  • Hacking
  • False Ceiling
  • Tiling
  • Aircon
  • Electrical Rewiring
  • Painting
  • Plumbing
  • Feature Wall
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About Fineline Design

With its decade long experience in design and project management, Fineline Design Pte Ltd is inspired and motivated to provide their clients with comprehensive turn key interior fit-out services for residential, commercial and private housing re-construction projects in Singapore. West Branch: 20 Boon Lay Way #01-169 Tradehub 21 Singapore 609967 North-East Branch: 7030 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5 #09-54 Northstar@AMK Singapore 569880 Head Office: 441 Balestier Road #02-01 Leong Hin Building Singapore 329802
With its decade long experience in design and project management, Fineline Design Pte Ltd is inspired and motivated to provide their clients with comprehensive turn key interior fit-out services for residential, commercial and private housing re-construction projects in Singapore. West Branch: 20 Boon Lay Way #01-169 Tradehub 21 Singapore 609967 North-East Branch: 7030 Ang Mo Kio Avenue 5 #09-54 Northstar@AMK Singapore 569880 Head Office: 441 Balestier Road #02-01 Leong Hin Building Singapore 329802Read MoreHide

Rating

4.3
Based on reviews left by homeowners
Professionalism4.5 / 5
Workmanship4.2 / 5
Project Management4.2 / 5
Design4.3 / 5
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Daniel Lim
A match made in heaven.
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Reviewed by Daniel Lim・Submitted 14 Apr 2021・Project completed Jan 2021・Designer Roger Sim

5 years prior, I helped a friend who used qanvast to meet and interview designers. I’m a film production designer by profession so I know a thing or 2 about design and contractors, timelines and stuff. I also know that the most important thing above all, is chemistry. 5 years back I helped my friend comb through 9 different design firms and we settled with Roger from Fineline. It was a simple decision, really. And thus, I engaged Roger again for my own home renovation project recently. Roger is sincere, genuine, pragmatic, realistic, doesn’t oversell and doesn’t try too hard to impress. Why are these important qualities, you might ask? As a designer and art director myself, I often meet young designers who “over-design”, try to put too many concept or ideas and try to use their clients to make a showcase of themselves and all the fanciful ideas that they see in foreign publications and just dying to try out on their next project. Often, these designers are eager to make a portfolio of their clients home forget that they are designing to meet the needs of their clients rather than showcase themselves. Roger is anything but a young designer. His experience shows from the moment he presents an initial quotation. The amount of detail and level of understanding of my vision showed clearly because he factored in all the minor detailed costings that were casually omitted by other IDs who would later add in to the additional costs as variation order. Nobody likes to get surprised by the final bill, I definitely appreciate Roger’s upfront and true quotation. As for specific materials that I chose that cost beyond the allocated costing of the quotation, he would be there to remind me and to suggest alternatives to me so that I could stay within budget, but eventually still let me have the final say. Being in the design field myself, I don’t particularly appreciate that my work hours are odd and people generally text and ask for things at the weirdest hours; so I try not to do that to Roger but sometimes inspiration strikes at the strangest times and you just wanna say it before you forget. Roger always surprises me with his responsiveness even though I insisted that he can reply only when convenient. Why do I call this a match made in heaven? Quite simply, I’m the one with an overall vision and Roger did an amazing job of filling in all the tiniest nitty-gritty details to conceal all the unsightly piping, trunking and detailings and false wall etc. I’m most impressed with him for this, though. I built a feature storage wall that needed special hinges to work. but those hinges did not allow for soft closing... I was willing to let it go and settle with no soft closing but he insisted on experimenting with certain techniques just to give me a soft closing feature wall. In other words, he delivered more than I expected and the carpentry was top-notch. That is not to say that everything was all smooth and perfect all the time, of course there were times when things were miscalculated errors happened, but Roger was never afraid to own the error and rectify them in a timely and responsible manner. That’s why I dare say that this renovation experience was a match made in heaven.

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Daniel Lim
A match made in heaven.
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Reviewed by Daniel Lim・Submitted 14 Apr 2021・Project completed Jan 2021・Designer Roger Sim

5 years prior, I helped a friend who used qanvast to meet and interview designers. I’m a film production designer by profession so I know a thing or 2 about design and contractors, timelines and stuff. I also know that the most important thing above all, is chemistry. 5 years back I helped my friend comb through 9 different design firms and we settled with Roger from Fineline. It was a simple decision, really. And thus, I engaged Roger again for my own home renovation project recently. Roger is sincere, genuine, pragmatic, realistic, doesn’t oversell and doesn’t try too hard to impress. Why are these important qualities, you might ask? As a designer and art director myself, I often meet young designers who “over-design”, try to put too many concept or ideas and try to use their clients to make a showcase of themselves and all the fanciful ideas that they see in foreign publications and just dying to try out on their next project. Often, these designers are eager to make a portfolio of their clients home forget that they are designing to meet the needs of their clients rather than showcase themselves. Roger is anything but a young designer. His experience shows from the moment he presents an initial quotation. The amount of detail and level of understanding of my vision showed clearly because he factored in all the minor detailed costings that were casually omitted by other IDs who would later add in to the additional costs as variation order. Nobody likes to get surprised by the final bill, I definitely appreciate Roger’s upfront and true quotation. As for specific materials that I chose that cost beyond the allocated costing of the quotation, he would be there to remind me and to suggest alternatives to me so that I could stay within budget, but eventually still let me have the final say. Being in the design field myself, I don’t particularly appreciate that my work hours are odd and people generally text and ask for things at the weirdest hours; so I try not to do that to Roger but sometimes inspiration strikes at the strangest times and you just wanna say it before you forget. Roger always surprises me with his responsiveness even though I insisted that he can reply only when convenient. Why do I call this a match made in heaven? Quite simply, I’m the one with an overall vision and Roger did an amazing job of filling in all the tiniest nitty-gritty details to conceal all the unsightly piping, trunking and detailings and false wall etc. I’m most impressed with him for this, though. I built a feature storage wall that needed special hinges to work. but those hinges did not allow for soft closing... I was willing to let it go and settle with no soft closing but he insisted on experimenting with certain techniques just to give me a soft closing feature wall. In other words, he delivered more than I expected and the carpentry was top-notch. That is not to say that everything was all smooth and perfect all the time, of course there were times when things were miscalculated errors happened, but Roger was never afraid to own the error and rectify them in a timely and responsible manner. That’s why I dare say that this renovation experience was a match made in heaven.

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