Posts Tagged "Completed Projects"

Direct Funeral Services Showroom (Lavender St)

June 7, 2016
It was Z L Construction’s privilege to be the main design & build contractor behind Direct Funeral Services’ new showroom at 127 Lavender Street. The heritage showroom at Lavender Street as a ‘home ground’ for founding chairman Roland Tay has familiar and sentimental roots for many who has gone through bereavement. The fundamentals of the redesign invariably were not only to highlight the excellent philanthropic work of the founder, but also to put the spotlight on the success of the work and mission of Direct Funeral Services.

Legenda

June 6, 2016
Client saw our portfolio and was won over by our expertise on wet works and tiling. The team was engaged to remove and replace popping tiles in the living area, and the end results are a spell binding infusion of modern Scandinavian and classical Peranakan. What a beauty!

Trivelis DBSS [3]

June 1, 2016
As a trained interior specialist, the Mister had many bold and interesting ideas to spruce up the space and make it a home unique to them. It was also a great opportunity for the team to rise up to the challenges and demands from someone in the industry. A bold decision was made to move fridge out of the kitchen to free up more cooking area for the Missus. The customized barn door hides the storage shelves and white board for messages. A movable oven unit with matching solid surface and laminates was also customized. We love how the colors of the furniture and the fridge offer vibrant and chic energy.

Fernvale Link 5-room BTO [2]

June 1, 2016
A project for one of our own at Z L. Warm reviews were received from friends and relatives on our workmanship. As a couple with a young one who like to cook, extensive carpentry design was done for the living and kitchen areas.

Sin Ming Drive 5-room HDB

May 31, 2016
This 5-room point block unit was overhauled with updated tiles, false ceiling, doors, carpentry, electrical, painting, cove and plumbing. A black/white theme was created, accented by wood trimmings and a touch of masculinity, with bold borders and outlines.
 

Yishun Ave 1 4-room BTO

October 27, 2015

In partnership with Donn Koh studios, floors were re-tiled and cabinets were customized. The room adjacent to the living room was deliberately modified to allow access on two sides, creating a little fun playground fit for adults.