Best Kept Se­cret In Town

World’s first Oak­wood Stu­dios opens in Singapore

Golf Asia (Malaysia) - - CONTENTS -

The mil­len­ni­als are go­ing to be the ones with the largest dis­pos­able in­come in years to come and a lot of busi­nesses are re­align­ing their prod­ucts to cater to the needs of these in­di­vid­u­als. Oak­wood Stu­dios Singapore is no dif­fer­ent as it re­cently un­veiled an amaz­ing ser­viced apart­ment ex­pe­ri­ence, one that caters to not only mil­len­ni­als, but those with a mil­len­nial mind­set.

The prop­erty con­sists of 98 apart­ments, in­clud­ing stu­dio suites and one or two bed­room apart­ments, each fully-equipped with kitchens, stylish in­te­ri­ors and tech ameni­ties. The com­mon space also serves as an in­ti­mate area for cre­ators to work, live and con­nect in and it is thought­fully de­signed for res­i­dents to seam­lessly tran­sit be­tween work and leisure. Quirky and vi­brant in­te­rior de­signs are paired with modern art pieces that are reg­u­larly re­freshed to bring a level of ‘new­ness’ to re­cur­ring res­i­dents. There are also techen­abled in­fo­tain­ments, with a sur­prise el­e­ment in­jected into each stay.

The open­ing of Oak­wood Stu­dios Singapore marks a mile­stone for Oak­wood Asia Pa­cific Ltd. “We are de­lighted to un­veil our brand new ser­viced apart­ment ex­pe­ri­ence and con­cept to the world.

With Oak­wood Stu­dios, we fo­cus on the dy­namic life­style needs of in­di­vid­u­als with a mil­len­nial mind­set,” said Dean Schreiber, Man­ag­ing Direc­tor of Oak­wood Asia Pa­cific. “These trav­ellers seek more than just com­fort; they thrive on ex­pe­ri­ences that are mem­o­rable and fun, and that is ex­actly what Oak­wood Stu­dios Singapore has to of­fer. We en­cour­age our guests to move fur­ni­ture, cook in the open kitchen and de­sign their ex­pe­ri­ence with our cu­rated spa­ces. It re­ally is, kiss­ing good­bye to the ex­pected.”

Con­tem­po­rary art pieces are cu­rated from LUMAS gallery, as part of an in­au­gu­ral col­lab­o­ra­tion with an in­ter­na­tional art gallery. Both the com­mon ar­eas and apart­ments now show­case

pho­tog­ra­phy art from renowned artists such as Er­win Blu­men­feld, Louis DahlWolfe, Ed­ward Kasper, Thierry Noir and Joe McDer­mott. Res­i­dents are also able to pur­chase any of their favourite art pieces di­rectly off the wall.

Those with a mu­sic in­ter­est will be happy to rent a Stein­way Gallery Singapore pi­ano for their apart­ment. Fit­ness en­thu­si­ast can swim within the pool sit­u­ated on the rooftop sky gar­den or sweat it out in the gym­na­sium with sta­teof-the-art fa­cil­i­ties.

Oak­wood Stu­dios Singapore col­lab­o­rates closely with Sam­sung to see the brand’s first hos­pi­tal­ity in­stal­la­tion of the ir­reg­u­lar mir­ror video wall lo­cated in So­cial­ize. The video wall will run vi­brant con­tent spe­cially cre­ated to in­ter­est and en­gage cur­rent res­i­dents. Other smart use of tech­nol­ogy in­cludes the high-speed wifi through­out the tech-en­abled spa­ces to com­ple­ment the life­style of most res­i­dents. The land­line has also been re­placed by a smart­phone, and an in-room tablet will pro­vide res­i­dents with all the ser­vices needed at a fin­ger tap away. Smart­phones not only act as a pre­loaded in­for­ma­tion book­let, but also serves as the apart­ment key, of­fer­ing mo­bile key­less en­try.

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