Kyoob-id’s sustainable office, Singapore

May 24th, 2013 by retail design blog

Kyoob-id, Singapore’s commercial interior design company has recently renewed its green mark certification for office interior from the Building Construction Authority (BCA). The BCA green mark scheme was launched as part of Singapore’s government effort to promote sustainability in the built environment and represents the drive towards greening the office buildings here.

For the certification, we’ve implemented several improvements in a recent refurbishment exercise to making the office more sustainable. This includes the usage of green label materials such as eco-friendly laminates for office furniture and flooring among others. On top of this, Kyoob-id has also launched a new tagline, revamped our corporate identity, and introduced more environmentally friendly measures in the company’s operations and marketing efforts.

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