Posts Tagged ‘Singapore’

Mulberry flagship store by Universal Design Studio, Singapore

July 27th, 2014

On the ground floor, an open, informal zone populated with sculptural forms and dynamic merchandise displays is set against a more secluded, luxurious area at back. A nod to the English drawing room, this carpeted, formally arranged environment features rich tones and handcrafted pieces of display furniture.

Camden Medical Centre by Kyoob-id, Singapore

April 12th, 2014

Organic, fluid forms characterise the design from carpentry to loose furniture. In addition, special care for recuperating, waiting patients in terms of bum seating — ergonomic seating with hand rests — as well as priority seating are provided.

POP-UP STORES! Kapok pop-up store, Singapore

April 10th, 2014

Kapok pop-up store, Singapore

DFS Galleria by rkd retail/iQ, Singapore

March 27th, 2014

Shiny surfaces, surface-lit glass reinforced gypsum organic forms, and fritted glass in rear-illuminated and non-illuminated form create a dreamlike atmosphere. Swirling soffits funneling down to connect with fixtures feature cutouts resembling schools of fish.

Element Café by designphase dba, Singapore

March 26th, 2014

The beauty of natural products, such as herringbone-pattern laid marble and timber floor, supports the fresh and natural produce displayed on the long buffet, stretching the full length of the restaurant.

LINGERIE STORES! Robinsons boutique at Marina Bay Sands, Singapore

March 26th, 2014

With its feminine pink running in the middle of the boutique, it gives the shopper a rather focal point, and that is where the manequins with the latest collection are, a simply intelligent design!

Zaffron Kitchen restaurant by JP Concept, Singapore

March 17th, 2014

Decorative purple taupe wood panel and frame with glass window opening to create bigger space feeling. Interpretation of modern European waffle ceiling in dark wood strip waffle ceiling with two modern chandeliers placed in between the wood strips.

Tatsu Suishi restaurant by JP Concept, Singapore

February 20th, 2014

For the teppanyaki area, in order for partial views by people who walk by, we use rice paper sandwich with timber frame and with a right height and size window glass opening in the middle. The purpose of the opening is to give sense of excitement from chef performance for people who pass by.

BREAKOUT AREAS! SingTel call centre by SCA Design, Singapore

February 1st, 2014

With that in mind, the design incorporates huddle areas following the themes of Park and Playground, Home, Sports and Beach – which were chosen to convey the message that SingTel is an indispensible part of the lives of Singaporeans; these huddle areas serve as places for collaboration and special events, as well as for rest and relaxation.

TAG Heuer store by Merx & Kingsmen, Singapore

January 10th, 2014

The retail area has been designed with the use of stainless steel, glazing, mirrors, dark wood and crème leather that is sophisticated and balanced. In addition to the interior fit-out the project included a new external branded clad façade to tie in with the base building façade.

Oushin Japanese Steak House by JP Concept, Singapore

December 13th, 2013

The small entrance is bringing diners curiosity and light oak wood veneer finish to warm welcome diners. Louver as perpendicular line is used as a concept of mimicking the grill as one of the most important part of steak cooking process.

Robinsons Orchard store by designphase dba, Singapore

December 5th, 2013

Robinsons Orchard has been designed with a softness to the palette, with marble, terrazzo, steel, timber and veneer, as well as an edginess in contrasting old with new, black with white and dashes of punchy colours.

ART BAR nightclub, Singapore

December 5th, 2013

ART BAR nightclub, Singapore

Waldmann Lighting’s Regional Headquarters by Siren Design, Singapore

November 18th, 2013

The Studio is minimalist in its look and feel so as to allow the focus to remain on the products when they are shown to clients, with all lighting as part of the working studio rather than purposely on display.

Fashion Boutique by KNQ Associates, Singapore

November 12th, 2013

The interior is kept minimalistic, purposely trimmed down to meet the basic requirements of a boutique and allowing the merchandise to become the main stars. Light wood grains and white-washed walls bring about a sense of quiet elegance to the interior.

Sopra rebranding by Bravo Company

November 11th, 2013

We were commissioned to rebrand Sopra, an Italian restaurant, for their Singapore outlet. The new Sopra Cucina & Bar is an ode to the glamorous days of post-war Italy, when Hollywood and the films of Federico Fellini and Sophia Loren first captured the imaginations of an enamored public.

TripAdvisor office by Kyoob-id, Singapore

October 26th, 2013

TripAdvisor’s owl logo icon is reconstructed in 3-d veneer finish, and cast in glass to create a peek-a-boo into the two adjoining meeting rooms, which can be combined into one big room for larger group discussions.

LIU JO store by Fabio Caselli Design, Singapore

October 9th, 2013

A combination of gold and steel is employed for the wall decorations, columns and counters. The same chromatic choices has been made for the niche Gold Capsule Colletion: crystal shelves and hangables favour the outfitting of the various product types.

Kaiseki Yoshiyuki restaurant by Asylum, Singapore

September 30th, 2013

When entering the intimate 14-seater counter dining area, the ash paneled geometrical forms cast intriguing wall details in the warmly lit interior. Cutout windows reveal a glimpse of subtle color by the origami flower displays in the adjacent Horse’s Mouth restaurant.

The Pod hotel, Singapore

September 24th, 2013

Each pod comes with a personal locker – situated below the pod itself – with key card access, two pillows, a personal reading light, fold-down table for laptop use or writing, international power socket, hangers, and a clothes rack.