Silverfox Studios is an Interior Architectural Design business focusing on the needs of the Hospitality Industry. Our strengths are born from a collective experience of excellence in the International arena for both Urban and Resort environments.
Silverfox Studios prides itself on original conceptual thinking and implementation. Our work is specific to our clients needs and our philosophy is to surpass the expectations of the client, the operator and the end user.
Our mandate for conceptually driven design provides our client with a design strategy and purpose, the project shall be unique, have a relationship to the environment and be responsive to commercial demand.
Patrick was born and educated in London, Uk and worked for London based Architect Michael Aukett Associates before moving to Singapore in 1992 where he joined a 4 man team at Wilson & Associates. Patrick was the Deputy Managing Director at Wilson & Associates and had assisted the development of the business to a staff strength of over 150. In 2007 Patrick decided to leave W&A and set up in partnership with Susan Heng at Silverfox Studios.
Susan was born and educated in Singapore, she worked for renowned Architect William Lim & Associates for 6 years before leaving to join Hospitality design firm Wilson & Associates. Susan was Design Director at W&A for 7 years before leaving in 2007 and starting her own practice as a founding partner of Silverfox Studios.
Susan speaks fluent Chinese.
Both Susan and Patrick have been at the forefront of Hospitality design for many years and have been responsible for the design of and implementation of many luxury International Hotel Projects in China, India, Europe, Korea, Dubai, Abu Dhabi.
The firm Silverfox Studios has fast gained a reputation for design excellence and the development of conceptual studies beyond traditional approaches and the confines of conventional commercial practice. Both Susan and Patrick are available to be contacted direct. Please feel free to contact us for a full overview of our portfolios and discussions regarding the point of separation we are able to offer.