About the Company
Aiden T is the anagram of the initials of its principal Arjan Nijen Twilhaar. The Award Winning firm offers full design services, specialising in residential and commercial spaces.
Founded in 2005, Arjan designed a wide range of projects including landed property, condominiums, flats, spas, restaurants, hotels, retail and offices. This background helps him to provide a design that is tailored to the individual needs with a great level of comfort and care.
We are honoured to have our designs featured on HGTV and Channel 5; print publications like Home and Décor, Lookbox Living, Square Rooms, The Straits Times, Harpers Bazaar, Elle Magazine, IS Magazine and Female as well as digital platforms like Yahoo! News, Houzz, Qanvast and Renopedia.
Arjan won awards for Best Retail Concept in 2004 and is the 2017 winner of the Innovators in Design award.
ARJAN NIJEN TWILHAAR
Dutch-born Arjan Nijen Twilhaar has been working on interior design projects since 1998 when his employer put him in charge opening up offices throughout Asia. His first interior project was a flagship office in Hong Kong. Arjan found himself travelling the world, staying in some of the finest hotels and spectacular locations, feeding his interest in design and creating a unique experience through interior design and space planning.
In 2001 he started an advertising and branding company that rapidly grew into a boutique agency. His passion for interior design resulted in the design for retail spaces, spas, and events. Gradually Arjan was asked to design residences, making the transition to full-time interior design by 2008.
For Arjan, the home is the essence of one’s true self. He believes that creating your own sense of style is very much the way one lives. By incorporating unique and individual pieces, Arjan creates atmospheres that are timeless and original. Clean and collected interiors are created by combining the best elements in design, old and new, into balance.
Innovation, editing and style are the basic fundamentals of his work, focusing on clarity, proportion and light. Following through on his initial concept, the space shares a connection – a flow that offers new viewpoints with elements of surprise.