Posts Tagged ‘Singapore’

Pim Pam FOC restaurant by Lagranja Design, Singapore

March 27th, 2017

Paying attention to all details, the bar is made of handcrafted wood from which the hangers emerge. Also, a mosaic with bright colours over the hydraulic floor offers warmth to the space.

The Warehouse Hotel by Zarch Collaboratives, Singapore

March 10th, 2017

Three warehouses have been combined and outfitted, starting a new lease of life as a 37-room boutique hotel. The Hotel fronts the Singapore River with a distinctive, symmetrical façade and jacked roofs while original design elements like louvre windows, doors, cornices, mouldings and the Chinese characters on the leftmost gable are sensitively retained and restored.

Goomo Office by Elliot James, Singapore

March 7th, 2017

As the office is situated on the 19th floor, the idea was to create a sense of being amongst the clouds a moving cloud scape creating the illusion that the office is floating was designed. Custom made arm chairs, sofa, coffee table and bench make up the seating area, along with the custom made side tables and classic Oluce table lamps.

The Lighting Gallery by M+Archguild60, Singapore

February 21st, 2017

On top of the theme colours and their special finishes, the proposal was to represent the transition of time and space along with the sequence by utilizing the difference of colour lightness.

Herman Miller shop-in-shop by PRODUCE, Singapore

February 3rd, 2017

Occupying a twenty meter long by seven meter wide space, a plywood surface stretches across the entire site like a sail of tensile fabric, with symmetrical qualities that take on the proportions of the Herman Miller logo.

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.

Kitchen Loft by Manic Design, Singapore

November 28th, 2016

Kitchen Loft is a new dining concept from NTUC Foodfare, a food court set in a modern designed space offering contemporary cuisine and an evening bar.

Trading Technologies office by Kyoob-id, Singapore

November 25th, 2016



The reception is styled with an open and airy concept with full-height glass doors letting in maximum daylight for a burst of fresh energy for the new week. The rectilinear wooden-grained reception counter is fitted with a simple cream panel that adds to the office’s modern appeal.

Noshery restaurant by The Strangely Good, Singapore

November 16th, 2016



Beyond an artfully curated, Instagrammable space, thoughtful knickknacks transcend mere aestheticism; reflective of a well-travelled host who appreciates culture and history, but more importantly, will not compromise on a welcome, most compelling for guests.

Closet store by Meregalli Merlo Architetti Associati, Singapore

October 28th, 2016

The entire surface of walls and floor is covered with a Carrara marble cladding, thus creating a completely white box. Furniture elements combine glossy golden and mirror finishings.

Ichiban Boshi Parkway Parade restaurant by Arterior Singapore, Singapore

October 24th, 2016

By mixing the Western materials, yet remain the contemporary Japan elements by using Traditional Japan motifs to create the stunning Modern Ichiban Boshi restaurant.

Archifest 2016 Pavilion by DP Architects, Singapore

October 19th, 2016

Ichiban Boshi restaurant by Arterior Singapore, Singapore

October 17th, 2016

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.

Off-White store by Family, Singapore

September 15th, 2016

Interestingly, off-white avoids generic retail concepts, and as a consequence the store, officially named off-white ‘windows’,

Robinsons Glasshouse pop-up concepts by Kingsmen Projects, Singapore

September 13th, 2016

The pop-up retail space is embedded with state-of-the-art in-store analytics hardware and software, and adopts a holistic approach driven by measurement of returns on experience through technology.

The Marmalade Pantry by Bravo Company

September 12th, 2016

We invigorated The Marmalade Pantry brand from the ground up with a new trademark, a fresh hue and garnished it with some olives.

Christian Dada store by Fumiko Takahama, Singapore

September 12th, 2016

Interestingly, the aesthetic draws inspiration from a trip that Morikawa once undertook to Naoshima, an island in the Japanese archipelago that’s well-known for its many contemporary art venues. Upon entering the premises, a sculptural doorway crafted from perforated metal panels signals a futurist design that’s extended inside.

New Wings at The Asian Civilizations Museum by GreenhilLi, Singapore

September 5th, 2016

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.

Orchid Bowl bowling centre by Kyoob-id, Singapore

July 31st, 2016

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.