WCCPL was mentioned in a three page feature in Singapore’s English flagship daily The Straits Times on Saturday 31st August in the Life! section under ‘Home & Garden’. The trend story focused on apartment owners who have found creative ways to install water features in their homes despite the limited outdoor space.
Dr Tyrone Goh from the National Healthcare Group and one of WCCPL’s clients was kind enough to agree to this interview and photoshoot of his home with The Straits Times. The newspaper featured Dr Goh’s metre long koi pond which comes with a water spouting Balinese feature, LED lighting, state of the art filtration system and sparkly granite tiles all designed and created by WCCPL from start to finish.
The article highlighted WCCPL’s expertise in the outdoor landscaping business for the past decade when it comes to building water features.