For more than 100 years the brand Swarovski has reflected itself in ingenuity, poetry and technology. It has developed its supreme mastery in precision-cut technology, to become the world’s leading producer of cut crystal, genuine gemstones and created stones. The family company has remained fully independent since its foundation in Wattens, Austria, in 1895.
Over the course of its history, the brand has produced innovations and inspired creative trends in fields as varied as jewelry, fashion, accessories, lighting and interior design, culture, as well as in industrial research and development. The company draws its richness of expression from the cultural heritage of central Europe and its talent for forging links between the arts, science and economics.
The name Swarovski stands for the values of creativity, quality and workmanship all over the world.
With its unique mix of 10 bungalow homes, Michael's Residences is a new luxurious development set in the heart of nature amongst the greenery that extends from the nearby Dairy Farm Nature Park. Mere minutes from town, this is the perfect sanctuary from which comfort and convenience are never too far away.
The property is designed by Diego Molina. Diego has made a name for himself in Singapore's architectural conservation landscape, with a number of award-winning projects over the years. His minimalist style and dedication to form often result in a design that is both functional as well as an aesthetic delight.
Teo Boon Kiat is responsible for the interior design. With numerous residential showrooms, offices and F&B restaurants under his belt, Boon Kiat has a knack for setting the appropriate mood for each interior project that he takes on. His extreme attention to detail is evident in his choice of colours and textures.
Fans of interior design, style, home decor and gourmet cuisine will be pleased with the launch of the TOTO Kitchen Showroom.
They believe everyone needs to enjoy the simpler things in life, like eating, cooking and sharing time with family and friends. Let them help assist you in designing the kitchen of your dreams that will last a lifetime.
At TOTO Kitchen, a Space is defined by the relationships between the objects within and a good design is achieved by creating a balance between the space, objects, functions and the user. They redefine the contemporary kitchen by collaborating with renowned designers such as Yuni Jie and Leonard Theosabrata.
The Divine kitchen collection is a heavenly luxury. With its clean and modern approach, this design creates a contemporary statement that is built around the urban lifestyle. The Shadow kitchen collection is a vision of refined elegance. A subtle combination of exotic materials and good design meld together to establish a timeless harmony. The Individual kitchen collection is specially designed to suit one’s unique character. The design captures a perfect blend of personal taste and functionality.
A Vogue Club, named after the influential fashion magazine, will open in Singapore in early June.
Located on the 45th and 46th floors of the Singapore Land Tower in Raffles Place, the 18,000-sq ft club comprises a restaurant, which is open for lunch and dinner serving modern light European cuisine and a lounge with live music.
With it's 7,000-sq ft outdoor terrace, you will get to enjoy an al-fresco dining with a panoramic view of the city. The kitchen will be helmed by ChamN.C. Leong, who is currently chef at the Hong Kong Jockey Club.
Local design firmFalkcon will be handling the interior design; "contemporary classic, with a hint of France".
Vogue Club is the first of three F&B outlets planned in Singapore by Condé Nast Restaurants. The concept for Condé Nast International Restaurants began several years ago in Russia, where Condé Nast licenses Vogue Café and GQ Bar to an independent operator, Arkady Novikov and recently opened the Tatler Club. The programme is not limited to the countries where Condé Nast publishes, but will also encompass new and emerging markets where the brands do not have a local presence.
Level 45/46 Singapore Land Tower, 50 Raffles Place
The GoDown is a stylized, contemporary warehouse-like space brimming with a vast array of home items from re-found discoveries to new, contemporary furnishings and home accessories; everything in the store is for sale. The concept brings wares to people through a collection of unique items found from all over the world that will be loved each day for a lifetime.
Audrey Lee, founder of The GoDown and interior designer, was always in search of that one special piece to complete a project or simply when re-decorating her own home. During her travels, she had the idea to make these pieces available and accessible for residents of Singapore and travelers from abroad in a cool, fun boutique space. And that's when The GoDown was conceived.
Historically "godowns" were warehouse spaces in East Asia during the age of the industrial Revolution of the 19th and 20th centuries designed for the loading and unloading of goods in transition to and from all parts of the world. Today, The GoDown keeps true to its namesake; a retail space with unique collections of hand-selected home furnishings and accessories that mix genres and tastes.
The retail store will feature new collections of items each month from homewares, accessories and decorative furnishings.
Jules & Jim is a European Interior Design Shop & Showroom.
Jules & Jim offers a fully comprehensive interior design and furnishing for homes, hotels and public area.
Jules & Jim is a team composed by three women, Sylvie Chatiliez, Véronique Paravisini and Camille Besançon. Ten years ago, Sylvie, Architect and Véronique, Advertiser combined their skills to create Jules & Jim in Paris.
This French company is mainly focused on furnishing fabrics, which are the most luxurious on the market. Their main clients are Philippe Starck, Alberto Pinto, Christian Liaigre, Andrée Putman, India Mahdavi and Peter Marino. Rich from this adventure they decided to set up a company in Singapore.
That is when they met Camille, who just came back from Taiwan, bringing her own experience to join the team. Design enthusiasts, they set up a shop here at Club Street. Since then, they have recently moved their beautiful store to the up and coming area of Tiong Bahru.
They create a European design world bringing unique furniture, glassware, artworks and lighting together to locate that missing something for a space in the home or to conjure up a complete redesign.
The Orientalist, the renowned persian carpets store has recently opened a new showroom in Singapore.
They see in their carpets more than just beauty and utility. Because locked in each and every knot is the patience, perseverance and passion of the weaver, using all her skill, creativity and expression to create a work of art. Drawing on their invaluable ties with the top weavers all over the world, their role is to bring their art to market, selecting the best value and most comprehensive range of styles and designs to suit your discerning tastes and choices.
They offer you the opportunity to create your own masterpiece. They have been helping renowned architects and interior designers create breathtaking designs, making some of the most prestigious addresses in Asia and Middle East just that little bit more special.. From eminent homes and condominium projects, to premier hotels and offices, they pride themselves on being able to collaborate on all aspects of the creative process.
With over 1,800 colours to choose from, they work closely with their clients to make sure that these unique masterpieces perfectly reflect the desired style and ambience of the living and working environments.
Topos Design Studio gave a home on Mt. Sinai Road a protective wing-shaped screen made of bamboo that seems to soar over the neighborhood. A material experiment, the screen is made entirely out of bamboo without the assistance of manmade components such as steel, an impressive feat that mitigates the need for vertical columns.
Most contemporary designers restrict their use of bamboo to cosmetic finishes, Topos has used it as a structural component as well. The wing that tops the green renovation promotes natural ventilation, provides privacy, supports the infusion of natural light and creates a barrier against excess solar gain. But it also establishes an open plan that exists without any kind of vertical columns.
Combined, these design strategies help to reduce the overall carbon footprint as less air-conditioning is needed to cool down the house during muggy summers. Deep eaves contribute to the sense of expansiveness, all of the materials were sourced sustainably, and water in open spaces creates a fundamental link to the natural environment.
Topos studio's projects are unique in their characteristics and distinctiveness. Every design addressed the reactive environment by creating a distinctive aesthetic envelope that unifies the juxtaposing elements. They create architecture and interior designs that challenge the imagination, tap into hidden desires and heighten aspirations within the partial conceptual element.
Novamobili, one of the top 10 Italian furniture companies, has now entered Asia market with the opening of three flagship stores in Singapore, Hong Kong and Hanoi. The opening of the three Novamobili stores in Asia is a great opportunity of strategic importance for the company. In addition to the stores, they have also opened an office in Singapore.
100% Italian-made products together with design and versatility are the fundamental values underpinning the Novamobili lines, which are created to respond to a wide gamut of demands in contemporary living.
The story of Battistella and Novamobili began in 1952, when young Alfredo Battistella, after having learnt the secrets of woodworking in the workshop of a master craftsman, bought a small industrial building and started to produce furniture, working alongside his employees and friends.
These were years of hard work and great enthusiasm, a time of new technologies and new market trends which Alfredo Battistella, thanks to his innate entrepreneurial spirit, tried out at his firm which was soon to become a benchmark for Italian interior design.
The Novamobili Singapore flagship store by W.Atelier Pte Ltd is managed by Luca Zucchet from Italy and presents new solutions for even the most compact spaces with a complete and functional furnishing system that fits seamlessly into any environment or situation. The result is a unique lifestyle that can interpret a range of tastes, be it refined or informal, classic or contemporary, minimal or modern.
Fuelled by their passion for creativity, dedication to their clients and their ability to stay abreast of the latest in the interior design industry.
Forged through the passion for creativity between two designers, Weiken was established 18 years ago with the common vision and goal of offering the best interior services around.
This common vision has spurred their growth. Apart from their main TradeHub 21 showroom, Weiken.com has also set up three other branch showrooms to make it as convenient as possible for their customers to reach them. The first showroom is strategically located within the IMM building, unit #03-42. The other subsidiary showroom, named Future Home, is located in the same compound, unit #03-44, and lastly The Kitchen Zone showroom is located just a few steps away at unit #03-35. The latest addition is a new four storey shop house showroom at Geylang which covers 10,000 square feet, showcasing a wide range of the latest interior trends and designs.
Although these two showrooms are smaller in size as compared to the mega showroom, they are nonetheless fully equipped with an extensive range of materials and colour samples. With a team of experienced designers and an extensive portfolio of works readily at hand, you can be assured that we will never run out of creative ideas for your homes.
Moreover, they strongly believe in listening and understanding their customer’s needs and wants. They take the time to understand their preferences in order to relish the dream home that every client desires.
Design enthusiasts, you now have another reason to be super excited...now brace yourself. Jules et Jim has come to Singapore and set up shop on Club Street. This unique French interior design brand has a habit of turning dull office spaces and unspiring rooms into sophisticated and eye-catching spaces that have a luxurious aura of style. They’ll help locate that missing something for a space in the home that doesn't quite work or will do a complete redesign. Swing by their shop for a insight into their incredible design world and be sure to catch a glimpse of their unique glassware, artwork and tables.
The Shophouse first opened its doors in its namesake - a shophouse on the East Coast in 1996. The business was built on quality teak furniture and exceptional customer service. They have also joined forces with Good Earth India and established their very own Interior Design Facility as well as a customised Furniture Design Unit to cater to their customers’ specific needs.
As of November 2010, they have re-located to 6 Rochester Park, with their second store due to open in Tanglin Mall next February. Their new retail spaces will continue to provide you with the personalised service and distinctive products that are synonymous with our name.
Luxury Living at The Shophouse - where they look forward to making you feel at home.
The people behind The Cottage Crafts fell in love with the French provincial style of furniture at the Europe Furnishing Tradeshow. Recently relocated from Stamford House to their stunning Ann Siang Road shophouse, all furnitures are delicately handmade and handcrafted with special techniques from France and Italy to retain the authentic look of the antiques feel. Greatly enchanted by the series, they have brought the series Moulin Noir, Versailles, Chateau, Portofino and Valbonne of collections just for you.
Apart from giving your home a totally new concept that fits your family needs, The Cottage Crafts is prepared to go the extra mile to assist you with the final touch, by accessorising your place with a limited collection of home artefacts. Be rest assured that as unique as your home has been designed to be, these artefacts will only enhance the characteristics of your home, as all the artefacts imported by The Cottage Crafts are produced at a very limited quantity.