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.
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In order to keep up the latest generation design and easy-friendly for worldwide including Singapore customers, Arterior Singapore designed the global environment feeling, yet retained the elements of Japan to emphasis the differentiated from other restaurants by expressing Contemporary Japan Style.
The new extensions are realised through surmounting many technical challenges. The extensions are sited within existing courtyards adjacent to the heritage building, and above basements that accommodate public spaces and service plant. Light steel structures with long spans were proposed to minimise impact on the existing building and infrastructure.
The futuristic interior design is aesthetically refreshing as it is one of the first bowling centres in Singapore to have adopted this look. The innovative design is complemented with exciting new features such as the centre’s new bowling system from QubicaAMF, providing customers with a state-of-the-art and unique bowling experience; and thus meeting the intended objectives of Orchid Bowl for this bowling centre.
The new venue also has a community space with attached co-working space for creative start-ups and a separate exhibition space for local art schools and associations. The gallery’s inaugural show is dedicated to acclaimed local furniture designer Nathan Yong, and presents new furniture designs, as well as items that he designed under the Grafunkt by Nathan Yong label.
Inspired by the site’s history, Snøhetta, the firm behind the recent SFMOMA extension, used a collection of materials, colours and forms to create what they call an “upside-down forest”. A dark sisal carpet references the orchard floor, while thin timber battens hanging from the ceiling suggest a series of tree trunks.