The typical office is dreary, bleak, and will probably give you a bad case of the Monday blues whenever the start of the work week rolls around. At The Great Room, however, those adjectives won’t be in your dictionary. After experiencing a resounding success with its first outpost at One George Street, the co-working space now has a second home at Centennial Tower.
Spanning 36,000 square feet across the 17th and 18th floors, The Great Room at Centennial Tower offers grown-up startups and SMEs the most picturesque 360-degree view of downtown Singapore and Marina Bay. Global design studio Hassell was brought in to ensure that the interior ambience matched the aesthetic of the classy Centennial Tower. Think marble floors and plenty of natural daylight streaming in as you’re lounging on cosy chairs in the main concourse, the Drawing Room. You won’t be able to go back to fluorescent lights after spending a day here.
The necessities of privacy can still be found despite it being a co-working space. Phone booths are peppered throughout the 17th floor for you to take your calls in peace. Standalone Hot Offices are also available, should you prefer to not be distracted by the numerous networking opportunities.
Bigger teams and corporate companies can choose to take up residence at one of the many dedicated offices that can seat up to 24 people. These offices have the best views of the city, with some offering views of the Bay, while others are treated to the gentle rotation of the Singapore Flyer. It’s an ideal spot to watch the Formula 1 races come September this year.
Take a look through our most favourite spots at The Great Room’s Centennial Tower offices that are all class and swank.
The view as you step out the elevators into the 18th floor of Centennial Tower.
Start your week right here at the Drawing Room and grab a coffee at the bar, where a barista is on hand every Monday to serve your cuppa to your liking.
Grab a booth at the Verandah, whose design was inspired by Table 32 of the Four Seasons New York restaurant (pictured), where legendary architect Philip Johnson had lunch every day for 40 years.
This area perfectly encapsulates the spirit of a co-working space. Embark on a rousing discussion with your colleagues, or engage in discourse with someone from a different industry. You can also book one of the many Hot Office booths that offer privacy on demand. You can set up a meeting to impress, or finish preparing that big presentation with no distractions.
The Studio is a meeting space that can hold up to 60 pax, and can be segmented for smaller, intimate dialogues.
A classy name for an elegant boardroom. The Stateroom can comfortably seat 14 C-suite executives aiming to clinch that next big business deal.