The shopping centre has an open atrium structure designed by Pritzker Architecture Prize winning architect Philip Johnson, and a wide and spacious interior with lifestyle shops specialising in an array of products and services. The mall also boasts a choice variety of one-of-a-kind premium lifestyle stores such as bespoke apparel and shoes from Ed Et Al, Rossi, Mr Bulli & sons and Van Laack, highly desirable best-of-class brands like B&W Bowers & Wilkins, Bose, Rimowa and The Hour Glass, unique home and living offerings from Commune, Dreamweave & Other Stories and Grafunkt, as well as eclectic fashion & accessories discovery boutiques like Déjà vu Vintage, Eyes@work, Goodgoods, and The Emporium.
Providing a nice respite from shopping is the 280-metre-long private street which offers Singapore's only Park and Dine concept. Here you will find a variety of international food and beverage outlets from Singapore's very first microbrewery, Paulaner Brauhaus, one and only Outback Steakhouse to a pleasure mix of Asian and International cuisine from restaurants such as Fika Cafe & Bistro (Halal Swedish), Rakuzen and Sandaime Bunji (Japanese), Ke Zhan (Chinese), Wine Universe Restaurant (Swiss/ French), Bel Mondo (South Italian), Madam Saigon (Vietnamese), and Ruby, Thai Inspired Cuisine (Thai). Complementing these are cosy deli and cafes serving sandwiches, artisan pastries and coffee like Patisserie G, Joe & Dough, The Green Bar and Tart Blanc, just to name a few.
At the crossroads of the mall is the Great Hall where productions, exhibitions, performances and other attractions are hosted.
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