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The 37-room Warehouse Hotel, by the renowned Lo & Behold lifestyle group, is located in the vibrant Robertson Quay neighborhood and raises the hospitality bar in Singapore. Set in a unique, listed godown (warehouse) from the late 19th century, the hotel cleverly combines the building’s heritage with a love of all things local. Award-winning agency Asylum has reinvented “industrial” in a warm and distinctly Singaporean way for the interior design. Even the restaurant, which is spearheaded by local hotshot Willin Low, pays homage to tradition alongside Low’s signature spin on quintessentially Singaporean flavors.
MADE BY ORIGINALS
Wee Teng Wen, managing partner of The Lo & Behold Group, likes to jump in at the deep end. In 2005, he started a food-and-beverage company despite having no experience in the trade, and then worked his way to owning 12 fashionable restaurants and bars in Singapore—including the city-state’s first standalone rooftop bar. After mastering the business, he sought to build upon his experiences: “Creating a hotel just seems like a natural extension of what we love to do,” he explains. “After all, a hotel is like one long extended meal—it’s 24 hours instead of three.”
ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN
As the name suggests, the 37-room Warehouse Hotel is housed inside three refurbished and conjoined warehouses, giving the overall building a triple-pitched roof. Not only does this make for uniquely shaped rooms—many with double-height or peaked ceilings—but most of the original interior architectural elements still stand, such as the refinished trusses in the lobby area. Working with these architectural elements, the design team installed copper wall units and stylish lighting fixtures in the guestrooms to lend warmth and softness to the industrial vibe.