Posts Tagged ‘asylum’

Surrender boutique by Asylum, Singapore

April 7th, 2017

The store’s aesthetic is inspired by Richard Serra’s minimalist metallic sculptures, and conjures images of papyrus scrolls using metal panels in a hard, cold palette.

Surrender flagship store by Asylum, Singapore

January 18th, 2017

The store is situated on the ground floor of 268 Orchard road, a sleek multi-storey mall which opened in 2014, smack on Singapore’s most popular shopping mile. The modern store design, created by Acclaimed Singaporean Design Studio Asylum, is totally compatible with the steel-and-glass aesthetic of the location.

Hublot pop-up store by Asylum, Singapore

September 24th, 2012

The world’s first Hublot pop-up store has been unveiled at the main atrium of Paragon Shopping Mall in the heart of Orchard Road on September 14th in Singapore.

Asylum shop by Asylum, Singapore

June 15th, 2012

As one of the first multi-label stores in Singapore, Asylum Shop was fondly looked upon as a place to inspire through its variety of products. With that, it is now a whole new shopping experience as the Asylum is now categorized into two themes, with the ground level housing more casual lifestyle brands while the basement houses darker, dressier labels.

Escentials concept store by Asylum, Singapore

May 24th, 2012

Breaking away from conventional cosmeceutical store, Escentials’ 2nd concept store at Marina Bay Sands takes its inspiration from a woman’s New York apartment.

WINE STORES! Artisan Cellars by Asylum, Singapore

March 5th, 2012

A cellar that’s as much a conversation piece as the wine it stores – 400 bottles of luxury cuvee wines are contained in a 3m x 6m cement block, extruded from the shop into the public space. The focus: the dramatic angular tunnel and its top-rate gems.

Chocolate Research Facility branding & interior design by Asylum

August 19th, 2011

Consider it a world’s first: Chocolate bars offered in 100 different flavours. Conceptualized by a serious chocolate lover, this new brand and concept boutique-cum-cafe draws focus to chocolates – both in taste and packaging.