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What does a typical day look like at BLINK?

It’s always filled with excitement! From the moment the day begins, the adrenaline runs high, many challenges to tackle, never a dull moment. I spend a lot of my time with people; our team, clients and Operators. So naturally I tend to multi-task, keeping the high energy throughout the day. The best time of the day would be the evenings when I can unwind, have a drink with the team before I finish with some emails and calls it a day.

Answered by Aileen Goh
Director of Projects
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What inspires you each day?

What inspires me every day? Knowing that everything I can imagine can become real.

Answered by Pietro Campanella
DIRECTOR | BUILDING DESIGN
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Are you given freedom on your creative projects?

Yes. We keep very close and open communication within the team and our inputs are always encouraged. It is very exciting to see pieces of myself expressed in varying degrees of each project.

Answered by Kittypong Koosinsub
Senior Architect
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How big are creative teams at BLINK?

Our creative teams spread into all studios in Bangkok, Shanghai and Singapore. The teams are spearheaded by our (Founder and Creative Partner) Clint Nagata and six design leads who work closely with our seventy talented designers. There is no boundary for our creativity as we work and share our passion across studios.

Answered by Pree Jamjang
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR | STUDIO MANAGEMENT
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Are BLINK’s projects easy to be proud of?

Oh yes, definitely. Each project is so special to us, there is a lot of research and care put into each one of them.The result is that the projects are unique and perfectly integrated in the scene, filled with out of the box design solutions, but keeping in mind a timeless and refined look and feel.So this is for me the ultimate test, and what makes me proud of a project: knowing it achieved the ultimate purpose, providing a remarkable experience to the guest, for many years to come.

Answered by Mariana Charters
ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR | INTERIOR DESIGN
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