About San Teck International

Nigel Peake- Architect and Artist

Posted by on May 25, 2018 at 12:23 am

He is an Architect and Artist. Born in 1981 at Northern Ireland, UK. He creates works that represents familiar landscapes and urban architecture through his own unique perspective in a style that is simple yet still contains a sense of reality. Currently based in Paris and Northern Ireland, he works with companies and galleries around […]

Privilege to have them!

Posted by on May 22, 2018 at 1:38 pm

San Teck International is privileged to have 3 aspiring ID interns to work with us and to give us new ideas about Interior Designs, Architecture, new business innovations and many more! I am privileged to be able to share some of your brilliant and aspiring works- stay tuned for more information 🙂 Kim San Teck […]

Urbane Basin Themes

Posted by on May 14, 2014 at 9:38 pm

A little more information about Urbane Basin Themes and how our amazing natural stone basins fit into these popular themes:   THEME: ZEN   R/B Absoluto Black Stone Basin The deep black of the Zen basins almost seem to reflect peace and tranquillity. These black beauties give your bathroom an added sense of meditative calm. […]

Urbane Basin Gallery Officially Opens!

Posted by on May 11, 2014 at 11:47 pm

  Welcome to Urbane Basin Gallery! It is located at Pioneer Junction (3 Soon Lee Street, #05-35, S627606). After almost 2 months of renovation from a bare unit, we have transformed  successfully to a cosy yet simple showroom room which comprises of the following segment Natural Stone Basins Display Vanity Suites Mosaics Suite Granite and Marble […]

We Are Moving!

Posted by on March 20, 2014 at 2:46 pm

San Teck International is expanding to a bigger space to allow our customers to view our showroom products! Coming this April 2014, we will be moving to Pioneer Junction (3 Soon Lee Street S627606). This is an excellent location where it is close proximity (about 8 mins walk) to Pioneer MRT. At our new office, we […]

Urbane Basin- Arrival of New Stone Basins (Singapore)

Posted by on October 23, 2013 at 5:56 pm

  Urbane Basin has brought in new natural stone basins to Singapore! We have categorised the basins under the following themes:   Zen Engraved Mongolia Black Stone Basin Fancy a piece of artwork in your bathroom, on your vanity top? This handcrafted Granite basin engraves dragon symbol around the circumference of the Mongolian stone basin, […]

Urbane Basin launched in Bathroom + Kitchen Today Magazine

Posted by on July 17, 2013 at 4:21 pm

Catch Urbane Basin in Bathroom + Kitchen Today Edition Q3 2013!  Urbane Basin is privileged to be in the limelight features in this quarterly magazine. Bathroom + Kitchen Today (BKT) is a leading, regional high-end trade magazine in Asia featuring luxurious bathrooms, kitchens and surfaces from around the world. Published in Singapore, the quarterly magazine reaches […]

Common type of Granite Countertops

Posted by on May 15, 2013 at 2:09 pm

In the market, there are numerous types of countertops used in residential units. Marble, Solid Surface, Quartz, Granite and ceramics are the common ones used for kitchen as well as vanity countertops. Today’s topic dived deeper into the common types of granites used for such countertops. As explained in my previous articles, Granite is a […]

San Teck International is in Singapore Source Book

Posted by on May 14, 2013 at 2:53 pm

San Teck International is in Singapore Source Book 2013, one of main directories for Architect, Designers and Buiding Contractors in Singapore! San Teck International is featured in various Divisions such as Masonry (Stone, Stone Materials such as Granite, Limestones, Marble, Sandstone and Slate), Furnishings (Sculptures) and Specialities (Manufactured Fireplaces and Bath Accessories), and under Company Index […]

Types of Mosaics and Mosaics Laying Methods

Posted by on April 10, 2013 at 12:25 pm

Mosaic is the art of creating images or patterns using small pieces of colored glass, stone, or other materials The earliest known mosaics date to around the eighth century BC, when the Greeks made mosaics with pebbles. The art form spread to the Romans as well, and it was used extensively in the internal decoration […]