Studio SKLIM is an international design agency deriving bespoke solutions.

Studio Profile

Studio SKLIM firmly believes that design opportunities are inherent, waiting to be unleashed or given a new perspective.  The organisation of “raw materials” not limited to the form of environmental data, existing typographical conditions, cultural peculiarities and technological limits form part of a platform from which our design process initiates these extractions.  Analysis on our fast changing contemporary life demands a rethink and reorganisation of existing spatial parameters, making conceptual clarity and contemporary investigative research instrumental to the design process of our work.  Our design ethos feeds on this rigor.

From banality breeds creativity and each project stems from its own unique set of pragmatics and constraints.  We are neither conformists nor idealists but prefer to engage the in-between boundaries of producing spaces that shouts “pragmatics”, with an additional dose of our muses.  We believe that the most basics of design solutions are sometimes able to conjure the most complex relationships with the environment.

We embark on design journeys with our consultants and clients, as a collective experience to explore market demands, environment sustainability, design technology and socio-cultural landscapes with the hope of creating built environments that resonate with our shared positions.


The studio’s work has since received wide press coverage in international publishers such as Frame, Domus, Gestalten, Thames & Hudson, Braun and Phaidon.  The firm’s recent work was exhibited at the Design Exchange (Canada’s Design Museum) in Toronto and featured in HGTV’s (USA) latest television program, “Extreme Homes” which was aired in North America in late 2012.  The firm has also exhibited at the Centre for Architecture, AIA, New York, USA in early 2014.


Considering the Quake: Seismic Design on the Edge – New York
Organised by Centre for Architecture – American Institute of Architects (New York Chapter),
Curated by Dr. Effie Bouras and Professor Ghyslaine McClure,
New York, USA,
13th Feburary-26th May 2014

Considering the Quake: Seismic Design on the Edge – Toronto
Organised by Design Exchange – Canada’s Design Museum,
Curated by Dr. Effie Bouras and Professor Ghyslaine McClure,
Toronto, Canada, 13th September
13th September-13th November  2012


Extreme Homes – Bubbles, Bottles & Bookcases
Commissioned by Home & Gardens TV (HGTV), USA
Produced by Pioneer Productions , UK
First telecast on 8th November 2012