Trade shows aren’t merely about the booth - though that’s usually where the majority of time is spent. It’s also about aligning collateral and content to the show theme, which lasts an average of three days. Though all of it might not be produced, Leap works through visuals across multiple touch points to ensure the globalization of the creative we produce - from #bagswag to #environmentaldesign and everything in between. #leapcreates#graphicdesign#totebag#brochure#growler#coaster#poster#webdesign @phenix_flooring @logoinspirations @logotypeclub
Founder + Associate Architect
Louie Abigail Clemente is a registered and licensed architect and a Certified BERDE Professional. She obtained her architecture degree from the University of the Philippines in 2009 with cum laude honours.
A board topnotcher in the Architecture Licensure Examinations in 2011, her expertise include design, master planning, signage design & way finding, graphic design, and branding.
She has worked with Palafox Associates for several years before moving to Singapore in 2013 to gain international experience. Currently, she is a design manager for a leading and established architectural signage design and wayfinding company in Singapore with various luxurious international projects like hotels and casinos, high end condominiums, mixed-use developments, and retail establishments
In 2015 she took up courses in Visual Communication & Fashion Design from Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts in Singapore. She is currently pursuing specialist course in Branding from the same higher education institution in Singapore.
As a co-founder of Atelier C in 2012, she has generously shared her talents and skills for the firm’s projects.
Excited to receive photos of recent work for the new Latitude Financial Services HQ. Integrating 3D lettering and colourway with the clean lines and aesthetic of the interior by Bates Smart. 📷 @seanfennessy
@batessmart @latitude_fs @lendlease
Founder + Principal Architect
Verlie Clemente is a registered and licensed Filipino Architect & a Certified BERDE Professional (CBP). He was the class valedictorian and graduated with Magna Cum Laude honors from Far Eastern University, Manila Philippines in 2008.
A consistent university scholar and dean’s lister, he was distinguished as one of the Ten Outstanding Senior Students of FEU (FEU-TOSS) in 2008 and his undergraduate architectural thesis was awarded as the Thesis of the Year. .
Upon finishing his degree, he worked with Palafox Associates as a designer-master planner. He eventually became one of its youngest Associates and was heading its Master Planning Department before he decided to bring his wares to Singapore in 2013.
He is currently working as an Architectural Associate for one of the established architectural firms in Singapore where he diligently exposes himself to various project types and scales.
He co-founded Atelier C in 2012 where he actively shares his passions and visions for architecture and sustainable design.
Tiny Melbourne 🏡 Carlton North is lined with timber cottages and old brick terrace houses, with these styles dating back to 1869. The area is a reflection of its historical significance; the allotment of Melbourne Cemetery (1853), the Collingwood stockade prison (1853-1873) and Princes Park (1844).
Our latest project using Plyboo from Smith & Fong.
A few short years ago, bamboo interior finish manufacturer Smith & Fong made industry waves — while dampening the audio variety, that is — when it introduced stunning wall panels that boast good looks, responsibly harvested wood and cutting-edge acoustical properties. Called PlybooSound and Linear Sound, the handsome cladding products looked completely decorative in nature but were really workhorses with an NRC rating of anywhere from 0.50 to 0.70 on average.
Like their wall counterparts, Plyboo Ceilings are constructed from 100-percent FSC-certified bamboo and incorporate QuietWall Technology as well as Smith & Fong’s proprietary RealCore technology for bidirectional stability. Available in a 4-by-10-foot size, the panels come in ¾- or ½-inch thicknesses, in Class B or C fire-rated versions and in a range of finishes from natural to amber to noir stain. All of the products pass VOC emissions standards ULEF (ultra-low emitting formaldehyde). #plyboo#architectural#design#carved#bamboo#sustainable#cleangreen#environmentaldesign#organic