The Fullerton Bay Hotel, Singapore 2010

The vision for the Fullerton Bay Hotel is to craft a hotel that provokes a sense of 'Bespoke Heritage'. Entering into the vast Clifford Pier that spans an open width of 17m, guests’ first encounter with the Fullerton Bay Hotel unveils. Positioned alongside an impressive 6m wide internal promenade paved in bespoke marble mosaics, The Landing Point will look to the very Colonial Eras that birthed Singapore. The feel is residential, but with an escapist flair that can imply an old British Concession. At the far end of the Landing Point is the Hotel Lobby which showcases the architecturally intriguing 18-metre high atrium. The Clifford Brasserie is a 3,000 square-feet refuge offering a tribute to the social salons of a bygone age. Ascending to the rooftop of the Hotel, the vast pool and rooftop bar, The Lantern, offers a new perspective of Singapore.