Noshery restaurant by The Strangely Good, Singapore

November 16th, 2016 by retail design blog


Set in the lush greenery of Rochester Park, Singapore, Noshery by Nosh falls into step with its surroundings. The heavy use of wood and striking botanical print wallpaper embraces the diversity of its environment, encouraging its guests to exist in harmony alongside nature.

But it’s the intimate detailing that allows The Strangely Good to embrace what excites them most – connecting people through stories. What better place to do this, than the welcoming rapture of home?

This comprehensive vision matured into full-fledged life, through every anecdotal object: Twinning tins, the delightful Observer Books from the UK, rattan chairs reminiscent of a Balinese holiday, and vintage lamps sourced from Germany and the Czech Republic.

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.

Design: The Strangely Good
Photography: Jovian Lim

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