CHECK OUT – CLUB MEAT BALLS

Home & Decor (Malaysia) - - Contents - CHECK OUT CLUB MEAT­BALLS AT # 01- 35 CHINA SQUARE CEN­TRAL, 20 CROSS STREET, SIN­GA­PORE, TEL: + 65- 6222- 8660.

BW Fur­ni­ture’s new show­room doesn’t just fea­ture fur­ni­ture, It also in­cludes Club Meat­balls, a restau­rant-show­room con­cept.

BW Fur­ni­ture’s new show­room doesn’t just fea­ture fur­ni­ture. Its 6,000sqf lo­ca­tion is sec­tioned into three spa­ces, Club BW, Club House and Club Meat­balls, a restau­rant-show­room con­cept de­signed by Geila Daugh­trey of Rock­ett Stu­dio.

This gas­tropub is a joint ven­ture with the folks be­hind sand­wich cafe Sarnies, and the mix-and-match menu al­lows din­ers to choose from a se­lec­tion of meat­balls and sauces, of­fer­ing up to 125 vari­a­tions.

From the designer fur­nish­ings to the retro floor tiles in­spired by the mo­tifs of old butcher’s and gro­cery shops, its in­te­ri­ors are a vis­ual feast. Walk through the back of Club Meat­balls and you’ll find Club BW, a cosy of­fice with a meet­ing room-cum-semipri­vate dining area that is a con­trast against the lofti­ness of the Club House op­po­site it. Filled with in­door palm trees and fur­ni­ture from the 20 brands un­der BW, the Club House func­tions as a show­room and a public work­ing area. Sim­ply make a pur­chase at the food kiosk to en­joy free us­age of the space and its pri­vate of­fice pods.

Pre­vi­ously a lack­lus­tre-look­ing food court, the lively space now fea­tures ec­cen­tric fur­ni­ture sculp­tures by stu­dents from the Lasalle Col­lege of the Arts. Putting the space to­gether was akin to work­ing on a “mas­sive jig­saw puz­zle”, says Geila. With its pieces aligned, this trendy site is now com­plete.

text AN­GELA LOW pho­tos CI&A PHOTOGRAPH­Y BOT­TOM De­signed to re­sem­ble a ship­ping con­tainer, the fa­cade of the food kiosk is a nod to the way BW im­ports its prod­ucts.

BE­LOW, LEFT The Club House, which has hosted wed­ding re­cep­tions, quiz nights and yoga classes, can be booked for free with the pur­chase of a food-and­bev­er­age pack­age.

LEFT The meat­ball-cen­tric restau­rant fea­tures light­ing from EOQ, ta­bles from Fritz Hansen, and bar stools from Hay.

BE­LOW This stylishly de­signed raised plat­form, which oc­cu­pies part of Club BW, is where some staff work.

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