The rooftop space that is the home for Loof is on the low-rise extension of the Odeon Towers building in central Singapore. The space features an expansive timber decked area that is completely open air, and the main bar structure which features a long bar counter and service area and a section of undercover high bar tables and chairs.
The open deck area features extensive plantings of tropical vegetation to create an urban garden environment in which guests can relax with friends and enjoy their drinks. The long frontage onto the main road has full length timber counter where guests can perch on bar stools and take in the close-up views of Raffles Hotel opposite, with the skyline of the CBD and Marina Bay in the background.
Furnishings are an eclectic mixture of colorfully coated metal high tables and stools, casual cane chairs, and padded timber bar stools. A long, curving banquette, backed by timber trellis and plants defines one section of the rooftop space. The design motif of Loof – a pattern of shingle roof tiles- is featured in a variety of materials and finishes, on wall segments behind the bar, and other external wall sections.