Here’s one for you trendy jetsetters. The sleek and ultra-modern Studio M Hotel stands just steps from the historic Singapore River and the city’s bustling business and shopping Robertson Quay district, which has become the nexus for fashion, food, entertainment, and nightlife. The international architecture firm Ong&Ong worked with world-renowned Italian designer Piero Lissoni who puts his stamp on the hotel’s luxurious and contemporary interiors.
Studio M Hotel is Singapore’s first concept hotel that boasts loft-style live, work, and play spaces. Each of the 360 rooms is 160-square-feet and boasts a two-floor loft-style setup where work and living areas are kept separate from a mezzanine that serves as the private sleeping quarters. Sleek and compact, the rooms are reminiscent of a boat cabin with a space-age look. And naturally, all of the rooms also have sweeping views of the city skyline.
The furnishings and décor of the hotel are purely Piero. Clean-lined pieces and a subtle color palette denoting the designer’s penchant for all things cool and modern can be seen from the lobby’s entrancing light fixture and streamlined outdoor sofas and tables to the dark wood accents and upholstery fabrics in neutral colors.
Posted by Sebastien D. at 17 November, 2010