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Shangri-La Hotel Singapore by Bond Design Studio INTERIORS / 28 APRIL 2018 / BY S O I S O U R C E
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Shangri-La Hotel Singapore by Bond Design Studio INTERIORS / 28 APRIL 2018 / BY S O I S O U R C E
Lobby/Lounge: 
Respecting a brand image of Shangri-La hotel which took a garden concept, a beautiful fresh garden was invited to the inside of the building with a modern edge. With simple palette such as cream beige and black, the hotel takes a new turn with a perfect mix of contemporary and elegance.
 
To emphasize the character of the hotel, the designers proposed a new appearance of a garden by working with an Australian landscape designer, Charlie Albone. 
By bringing a garden inside, natural materials such as stones, green, water feature, and lined up trees were fused with the interior fixtures.
 
The former interior elements such as big chandeliers and classical design features were taken away. Instead, beautiful trees were added alongside the black pool, and the traditional style art panel was replaced to refreshing basalt rock feature wall with some green. Although the main structures are retained, this space was converted to be a refreshing lobby with a timeless design. 
 
Nature brings a perfect synergy with the interior fixtures in this space. Ficus benjamina trees and the basalt rock wall occupy the lobby quietly. The black pool compliments the surrounding nature. The garden seems to further expand into the water’s reflection. 
On the rock wall, real plants such as Rabbit's Foot Fern, Pilea Depressa and Ficus trees are potted as well as artificial plants. This makes a good contrast with the rest of the hue of the white colors of posh interior. Greens and massive rocks add a raw touch to them in a powerful way and bring a sense of the familiarity.
 
On top of that, artworks are accented well to this minimalist beautiful design. They were made by artists from all over the Asia, such as Korea, China, Thailand, Japan. By collaborating with them, images of Singapore are expressed in a modern and artistic way.
 
The furniture are made with sustainable materials which come from Southeast Asia. Rattans, slate stones, and black lacquers were used for furniture and art to enhance oriental feel.
 
Guestroom:
Singapore is known as the center of Asia, because it is a crossing point of various Asian cultures. To express and embody the Asian mixed cultures into the guest room interior, pure Asian elements from each fields are brought and modernized, such as horizontal line art made by Japanese artist and Rattan materials from Southeast Asia, and Chinese traditional furniture. There is a harmony of diversity which is transformed into some materiality.  
 
With the details and mix of culture, and dynamic nature, this hotel was created a stunning combinations and contrasts of modern and nature. Light-flooded lounge and tranquility colors make the guests relax and invite them to guestrooms, while making a good synergy with contemporary taste of furniture and arts, creating a new Shangri-la brand image.
 
Thank you Bond Design Studio for sharing this inspiring work with us!
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  • Year
    2017
  • Location
    Singapore
  • Type
    Hospitality
  • Status
    Completed works
  • Architects
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  • Interior Design
    Bond Design Studio
  • Email
    contact@bondstudio.jp
  • Website
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