New Luxury Restaurant: Adrift in Singapore

Written by Andre Faustino

In addition to being one of the busiest ports and financial centers in the world, Singapore is known for its bustling Marina Bay Sands, an entertainment district that is home to the ArtScience Museum and the Marina Bay Sands resort, where new eatery Adrift is serving up artisanal cuisine with an East-meets-West appeal.

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A request chef David Myers made of Blueplate Studio from the outset was to design the building as a sculptural centerpiece. The edifice unfolds from a wrapped wood-and-copper façade, with the glow from its dimly illuminated criss-cross relief playing off the atrium’s surrounding earth-toned marble tiling.

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The private dining room features objets d’art, vintage photographs, and houses a surrealist library.

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The main dining hall features expanded mesh woven into metal screens fused in concrete

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We wanted the bar to evoke a speakeasy feel with our choice of materials to construct an elegant, interesting form that was truly a stage for the art of the cocktail,” says Blueplate Studios’ Stephan Brutti.

Source: Hospitality Design