Bakery, wine and soft serve corners — these are the exciting additions you can expect at the brand-new Châteraisé Premium Yatsudoki, a luxury concept by Japan’s number 1 confectionery.
In ancient Japan, Yatsudoki means 3pm, which marks the time for an afternoon snack. Nestled in Guoco Tower, the 700sqft concept invites you to take a break and enjoy an array of baked goods and sweets specially imported from Japan.
Châteraisé Premium Yatsudoki prides itself on delivering natural, fresh, and tasty confectionery. The brand produces its cakes and confectioneries at its own facilities. It purchases premium ingredients, such as fresh strawberries, milk, eggs and adzuki beans, directly from contracted farms.
To create its offerings, the bakery uses only quality ingredients, including mineral spring water from foot of Yatsugatake Mountains, European cream cheese and more. It also has in place a strict system to ensure that its products are of a consistent quality and above all are safe to consume.
Ecru, a Singapore-based beauty and lifestyle retailer founded in 2020 has opened its first open-sell environment flagship store at Great World City with a full range of Korean products including clothes, bags, shoes, skincare, body and hair care, in addition to Ecru's own private label.
Ecru, originated in Korea, carefully curates not only trendy but classic and emerging brands to offer the best quality in Singapore.
Meander through the shanties – the different concept rooms within Here Kitty Kitty – to unfold the story behind the eclectic speakeasy respite.
Discretely titled “Here Kitty Kitty” and tucked away from the centre of Clarke Quay, this repurposed space serves as a vibrant hideaway from the immense hustle and bustle of the city centre.
At Here Kitty Kitty, one can indulge in intimate conversations, relish an array of signature temaki and izakaya bites, or simply make merry over a selection of signature cocktails unique to Here Kitty Kitty, carefully crafted by acclaimed bartenders of the scene – Alastair Tan and Ashwin Raj.
Strike up a conversation and let them introduce you to the true essence of Here Kitty Kitty.
Jointly developed by CapitaLand and City Developments Limited (CDL), there is no place quite like CanningHill Piers. On one side lies glittering Singapore River and its vibrant cafes, bars and restaurants. On the other side, the verdant tranquility of Fort Canning Hill provides the perfect foil. Beyond its unmatched position overlooking two of Singapore’s historic sites, this new luxury residence is set to be a landmark in its own right.
Bearing the bold signature of lauded architectural practice Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG), CanningHill Piers rises proudly above Clarke Quay and Fort Canning MRT. And as part of a transformative integrated precinct housing an inspired mix of F&B, retail, hotel and serviced residence too — truly, the very best of life is yours for the taking.
The Wine Cove on East Coast Road offers private dining spaces inspired by old European wine dungeons, perfect for formal or casual events. Their walk-in wine retail cellar boasts one of Singapore’s widest selections of European wines, complete with curated European tapas and set lunch.
New to food and wine pairings? Fret not! Their expert sommeliers are always ready to recommend a medley of small plates and exquisite wines to suit your palates.
Bespoke modular interior builder, Kuhlmann International, has recently opened an office in Singapore and is also preparing for its experience centre to be ready in October. Launched in 1923, the German brand, represented by TMB Pte Ltd, specializes in offering a total home solution encompassing kitchens, wardrobes, storage systems, loose furnishings and architectural interior finishes. Plan a visit to The Kuhlmann Experience Centre at Kallang Place in October when it opens and be prepared to be wowed.
With installations all over the world in luxury hotels and private residences, Kuhlmann has built a reputation for timeless and luxurious craftsmanship authenticated by German technology. One of the first cabinetry manufacturers to pioneer mechanized production in Germany, the brand has won numerous accolades for its products which are exported to over 30 countries.
The reputation is rooted in solutions using technology from German engineering and manufacturing merged with Italian design artistry, and a tight all-round quality control system during the manufacturing process. From residential to commercial, some of which are in the top 500 Enterprises , Kuhlmann’s global projects are recognised for its supreme quality. The Kuhlmann brand has made its mark on some of the top names in hotels such as the Empire Hotel (New York), Four Seasons Hotel (Shenzhen), Beijing Four Seasons Hotel and The Emerald Seattle.
The brand’s success is firmly built on the foundation pillars of quality, efficiency and design. Years of research and development have resulted in a strict formulated standard that applies to all products to ensure quality and durability for long-term use. Materials are carefully chosen to complement and withstand design and weather conditions of the customer’s location.
Matched with sleek Italian design, the custom-made modular designed structures and fittings are fabricated off-site at factories in China and Germany, which are then efficiently assembled at the client’s location.
The Kuhlmann brand integrates seamlessly with top German hardware brands like Blum, Hafele and Hansgrohe. Its manufacturing systems are controlled to ensure sustainable raw materials are used and certified for its strict compliance to hazardous substance control and emissions.
In Singapore, work is currently in progress on the Kuhlmann Experience Centre, located at Kallang Place and the estimated date of opening is October 2021. Kuhlmann International is helmed by Simon Chiang, Creative Director and Sonia Anya Tay, Project Director. They both lead a team of designers, engineers, technicians and carpenters to work with developers, home owners and designers from conceptualization to execution.
“We are delighted to launch the Kuhlmann brand in Singapore. German technology is nonpareil the world over and the brand is associated with integrity, timeless quality and uncompromising durability. The Kuhlmann brand will resonate well in the homes of discerning Singapore residents,” said Benedict Choa, CEO of TMB/Kuhlmann International representation.