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Takenouchi Webb architect has completed the Rewind Bar interior design project in 21 Tanjong Pagar Road, Singapore. The architect received the brief to convert the space which waas formally a bar and cafe with half of the space taken up by an enclosed kitchen area, into a lounge/cocktail bar that could be connected to the adjacent club next door.
To open up the space, the kitchen and enclosing walls were removed, and the back wall replaced with full height steel-framed glaizing onto the small outdoor dourtyard. Since the bar entrance was from narrow corridor, the space was emphasized by cladding the wall with timber panelling and customized wall lamps. To optimize the access, the serving bar was located close to the entrance and built-in lounge seating added next to the courtyard window.
Veined marble top covered the bar as well as reclaimed timber slats cladded at the sides. The back bar display consists of a series of copper clad boxes with mirror and integrated lighting for the bottle display. The DJ area is located next to the lounge and fabricated from a customised trestle table with a rotating disco ball below. Behind the DJ table a shelving system was designed to display a collection of retro album covers. An opening was made in the wall between the bar and club and a hidden secret door added in the timber panelling that connects through to the club space at the weekends.
Stripped-down space is the overall style of the bar, defined with raw materials like exposed brick walls, wired glass and bare-bulb lighting. Those elements put a contrast to the lavish marble top bar, plush leather lounge seating, timber parquet flooring, and vintage pendant lighting.
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