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Conrad Hotel Pool Lounge & Spa

The Conrad Hotel Pool Lounge is an expansive 920 sqm interior area adjacent to a 25 meter lap pool on the roof of the hotel’s four storey podium. The space comprises a bar, an all-day dining restaurant, a spa and a gym. The palette is intentionally minimal – teak and white oak timbers are contrasted against frosted mirror panes – creating a warm yet sleek and contemporary environment, strategized to amalgamate all the various programs under one roof.

Capella Hotel Singapore

Building on the design legacy of the late Jaya Ibrahim’s original room interiors, Brewin Design Office redesigned the guest rooms and suites of the Capella Hotel, set on Sentosa Island in Singapore.  The transformation integrates the original design with the new and contemporary, bringing an understated luxury to the rooms through a heavy focus on quality and craftsmanship.

Using an assortment of textures from rich woodgrains and hammered timber, to brushed bronze and intricate carpet weavings, a quiet colour palette was chosen to complement and accentuate the breath-taking colours of nature. The refreshed design allows for the 6-meter bay of windows to be a panoramic feature, visually connecting each guest room with the lush greenery in the foreground, and seascape just beyond.

Brewin Design Office worked within the existing interior architecture of the space, introducing custom-designed furniture, lighting, and fixtures to create a contemporary refresh with a revived sense of luxury.

Conrad Hotel Executive Business Lounge

Located on the topmost floor of the hotel, The Conrad Centennial Executive Lounge calls for a contemporary and luxurious interior design that departs from the traditional brief of hotel interiors, while retaining the essence of the hotel’s brand identity.

The colour palette and materials are carefully curated to echo Conrad Hotel’s iconic burgundy and granite finishing in other spaces throughout the hotel. Taking a pared down approach towards the 500 sqm space, an array of artworks and accessories convey Asian inspirations on the walls of the Lounge. Emphasising classic regal themes, each space conveys the warmth of a residential interior to evoke in patrons a comfort reminiscent of being at home.