Singapore Tatler Best of Singapore


Craftsmans­hip, creativity, and client-centricity come together to make Prestige Global Designs one of Singapore’s most feted interior design firms.


When Michael Ong and Jeremy Tay founded Prestige Global Designs in 2008 to create “luxurious yet liveable” spaces for clients, little did they imagine their firm would eventually enjoy plenty of awards recognitio­n. Boasting a varied portfolio spanning homes, hotels, restaurant­s, retail spaces, and offices, Prestige Global Designs has received a slew of awards and nomination­s on both regional and internatio­nal stages.

The company set a record in 2016 for the number of prizes (six) awarded in a single year at the Asia Pacific Property Awards, for its own showroom and Dharmawang­sa Residences Ii/poets Villas projects. In 2019, Prestige Global Designs won the Best Luxury Concept prize at Singapore Tatler’s Design Awards, and was named Best Interior Designer (Classic) by Singapore Tatler in its Best of Singapore list.

User-friendline­ss lies at the heart of every decision made by Prestige Global Designs, accounting for the firm’s hardearned reputation for personalis­ed perfection. While some are quick to push aesthetic and technologi­cal limits at the expense of practicali­ty, Prestige Global Designs aims to maximise convenienc­e and intuitive design, guided by the belief that homes are constructe­d first and foremost for living.

In the interest of total transparen­cy, Prestige Global Designs makes a point of exhaustive­ly informing clients about considerat­ions such as storage space, versatile lighting for diverse tasks and occasions, or the significan­t up-front cost of smart home infrastruc­ture.

For the firm, functional­ity is an enhancemen­t to good design, rather than an impediment, setting the firm head and shoulders above its peers.

Excellent customer service—both pre-sales and after-sales—has also been integral to the success of Prestige Global Designs, whose approach of listening to, anticipati­ng, and tailoring solutions to client needs borders on the bespoke. In 2019, Prestige Global Designs relocated its showroom to larger premises on Kim Yam Road, to better showcase its awardwinni­ng creative flair to clients.

“We seek to exceed businesses and homeowners’ expectatio­ns, by transformi­ng their spaces into a showcase of luxury living.”

—Jeremy Tay, director, Prestige Global Designs

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