In a move to shake up the shared office landscape, The Work Project has just launched two new workspace locations at Capital Tower and Asia Square, as well as MARK, its brand new members-only business club in the heart of Singapore’s CBD.

The latter is designed by award-winning design studio HASSELL, the brains behind some of Singapore’s most stunning spaces such as Atlas Bar and Regent Singapore’s Manhattan Bar and Tea Lounge. MARK is a private lounge tucked behind a hidden door in Capital Tower, a building home to established tenants such as American multinational investment bank J.P. Morgan and CapitaLand Group. The space is designed as a calm, elegant space designed for high-powered executives. Additionally, the business club will also cater to special occasions and exclusive events.

(Image credit: EK Yap, HASSELL)

Stepping into the space, you’ll be welcomed by a refined lounge area elegantly fitted with the finest range of designer furniture custom-made by Pierre Frey. Members will have access to a variety of special amenities, from functional private rooms and dedicated boardrooms for business meetings, to more atmospheric spaces for hosting exclusive events and celebrations.

At the centre of MARK is the Champagne Room, meticulously designed as a space for private deals to be made. Just outside is an informal library area with walls clad in orange Thai silk, offering a space for more creative, casual conversations.

The swanky space is served by a beautifully-designed bar with a complementary food, beverage and cocktail programme dreamt up by Proof & Co. Here, members can indulge in a a curated selection of charcuterie, truffle fries, and hot dog buns, cocktails such as the Ventian spritz (a re-imagination of the popular aperol spritz) and Terroir (MARK’s rendition of a gin and tonic), as well as an exclusive wine list.

MARK is part of The Work Project Capital Tower, one of the two new launches from the brand. The Work Project Capital Tower is spread out over 50, 000 square feet of sleek and polished spaces — flanked by floor-to-ceiling windows boasting panoramic 360-degree views of the city and island’s landscape.

www.theworkproject.com

Dewi Nurjuwita
Senior Writer
Dewi Nurjuwita is a travel and design writer who can be found exploring the streets of foreign cities with passport in one hand and a cup of coffee in the other.