Cover The living area of Tatler House is currently furnished with the Stan sofa, Iris coffee table and Candy bench from Akar de Nissim

Dubbed the Tatler House Singapore, the new office of Tatler Singapore is housed in a historic shophouse that also functions as an inspiring lifestyle venue

What brings people together? Besides having shared passions and a natural camaraderie, it is perhaps the spirit of a place that keeps a community together. That is what we aim to create at the Tatler House Singapore, a lifestyle destination that is also the headquarters of Tatler Singapore.

Above Take a tour of the Tatler House Singapore with Tatler Homes Singapore managing editor Hong Xinying and Tatler Asia - Homes & Travel editorial director Kissa Castañeda.

Located at 34 Bukit Pasoh Road, the appointment-only venue is designed as both an office and entertainment space to connect with colleagues, clients, and the wider Tatler community.

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1. Historic Roots

Set in Tanjong Pagar, Tatler House Singapore is right in the middle of the country’s most creative districts. It is right across members’ club Straits Clan, and mere steps away from award-winning restaurants such as Burnt Ends and Zen, renowned bars including Live Twice and The Old Man.

The Tatler House Singapore occupies a three-floor shophouse in Yee Lan Court, a row of charming shophouses dating back to 1928. The ground floor is home to the Tatler Salon, a welcoming living room area featuring rotating exhibitions; it is also the social centre of the Tatler House.

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2. A Creative Mix

Furniture, lighting and decor pieces by homegrown brand Akar de Nissim form a creative tableau at the living area, accompanied with artistic wallpaper and upholstery fabrics from Pierre Frey as well as tableware and decorative items from Huls Singapore, and scented with a selection of home fragrances from Escentials.

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3. Make A Toast

On the mezzanine is the physical space of The Tatler Bar, which is designed for intimate tastings and gatherings. It features prized spirits and champagnes selected by The Tatler Bar team and will be soon furnished with collections from Fritz Hansen.

Appearing alongside decorative glass screens by StudioNorm from Synergraphic Design, a bespoke whisky cabinet by local maker Roger&Sons takes pride of place in this space. Designed specially in collaboration with Tatler Homes Singapore, the cabinet features a beautifully crafted in locally-sourced angsana wood and chamfered sliding doors.

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4. A Creative Hub

The second floor houses the hotdesking space and the back office. It has a pocket garden and a balcony at the airwell—typical shophouse elements that let the natural light in.

A flight of stairs leads to the third floor, which has two rooms. One serves as a meeting room while the other is the Tatler Studio, which functions as a multi-purpose media room for photography and live streaming of virtual talks organised by Tatler Singapore; it’s furnished with a cosy selection of chairs from Allemuir by The Senator Group.

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As every avid decorator would know, an interior is always a work in progress—stay tuned for more updates on the Tatler House’s next design refresh soon.

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