Overlooking the famous Marina Bay, this cult restaurant in Singapore is furnished entirely by Italian furniture makers Bross.
VUE Restaurant is a must-visit destination in Singapore, not least because of its spectacular view of the large Marina Bay district.
It does not reach the dizzying heights of other buildings in Singapore, but its rooftop location on the dock of Marina Bay gives it an incredible view of the most fashionable district of the city.
OUE Bayfront on Collyer Quay is located in front of the petal-shaped structure of the ArtScience Museum and the iconic towers topped by the transatlantic liner of Marina Bay Sands, which years ago had travelled around the world.
The Towers of course house one of the world’s most prestigious hotels.
On its top floor, with full-height windows projected onto the architecture of Safdie Architects, one of the cult venues of the year for the Asian metropolis was inaugurated in late 2019: VUE Restaurant, whose name of course celebrates the view.
The restaurant has a fusion character, with influences borrowed from east to west, the predominantly grilled dishes offered are mostly French, with northern European or Japanese references.
The wines are always either French, Italian, Californian or Australian and are arranged like works of art in temperature-controlled glass cases in the entrance corridor.
The interior design has a global scope, thanks to the signature of the studio B+H Architects.
And the furniture, elegant and tailored, has an all-Italian imprint.
Open on the large outdoor terrace is the Spritz bar, where it is possible to enjoy cocktails until late at night.
The VUE room, with its long and narrow floor plan, recalls a classic environment, totally revisited in its finishes.
Arranged in two parallel rows, the tables are rectangular, square or elliptical, with brass legs and profiles to embellish the top, in black marble, on which is placed a small room lamp in copper finish.
The colour of the metal also returns in the upholstery of the seats that furnish the restaurant.
Comfortable armchairs, from the Break collection by Bross, have leather upholstery in copper tones, punctuated by thin vertical stitching, while the shell and legs are in black stained wood.
Designed by Enzo Berti, the seats have also been used for the private dining room of the restaurant, which uses the same materials as the interior design, such as the dark wood panelling, the copper cover and a plush carpet with circular and geometric patterns.
The lighting, designed by B+H Architects in collaboration of consultants, provides different scenarios depending on the time of day, to ensure guests see the bay at its best at all times.
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