Consulus has received the inaugural Singapore Good Design Mark for its work in Brunei.
Tong Ming Xi opens The Signature Experience at the Esplanade. This is a first of its kind retail experience for instruments in partnership with the Band World.
Hospital design has been focused on interior designs housed within practical discrete buildings, according to the flow of patient care and the medical professional’s requirements of how each hospital room should be like. How can we take into consideration the medical regulations and come up with a hospital that is friendly and puts the patient at the heart of its design?
For many of us, food is not an end in itself. It’s a way to find oneself, to be with friends, to discover new senses, or to recall a moment. This is at the heart of our concept: The Find.
Perdana was created specifically with the Bruneian customer in mind – and not a force fit of features offered by other banks, some of which may have very little relevance to the needs of our clients
We have natural resources to drive our economy and world heritage attractions like the famous Ha Long Bay. However, Vietnam is still unable to replace our regional competitor, Thailand. Why?
Việt Nam sở hữu nguồn tài nguyên thiên nhiên trù phú, các danh lam thắng cảnh được toàn thế giới công nhận. Vậy tại sao du lịch Việt Nam vẫn chưa thể hoán đổi vị trí cho du lịch Thái Lan?
Promising an indulgent, fast take-away seafood experience, Catch ‘N Bite focuses on bringing quality food at affordable prices to people at Westgate.
With positive community engagement, the developers of Health City Novena was able to communicate its vision and purpose through its identity, assisted by Consulus.
Collaboration plays a big part in transforming brands that can make a difference in the world. Read how BIBD did it.
Designed and co-developed by Consulus, Symplfy.com is an integrated car buying platform that simplifies many aspects of car buying in the UAE.
Uniting the stories from the different Home Team agencies, Consulus designed an educational exhibition experience that sought to change how people view the homeland security agencies in the Home Team Academy Gallery.