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We are a newly business start-up of interior design and build firm focusing on corporate, retail, commercial, residence and hospitality interiors based in Malaysia.
We are a small group of experienced team prepares utilizing strong relationships with architects, contractors, craftsmen and artisans, we seamlessly execute interiors that reflect each client’s individual needs. Mixing clean lines and furnishings, STUDIO EMPAT SUDUT completes artful residential and commercial projects that demonstrates a harmonious balance of past and present. By establishing a foundation of trust and transparency with each client, we ensure that projects are completed on budget and on time.
We’d love to collaborate, assist and ventures in any ways of your current project/s or perhaps a future project that has been or to be in line.
Get in touch, and please let us know if you are interested in talking to us further about possible business opportunities and see if it fit your organization’s need.
STUDIO EMPAT SUDUT (002719674-U)
CT-06-21, 6th Floor, Subang Square Corporate Tower, Jalan SS15/4G, SS15, 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia
+6 03 5614 9971
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