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HighHouse set to be Singapore’s latest in-vogue nightlife and culinary destination


If you’ve been wondering what will happen to the space left vacant by former skyhigh hotspot 1-Altitude (plus its sister restaurant Stellar at 1-Altitude), you need wonder no longer. 

In its pinnacle CBD perch will reside OUE Sky, a project housing two stylish concepts. The first to welcome guests starting December 15 is HighHouse, an over 10,000 sq ft day-to-night concept amalgamating music, art, food and drink.

It takes over levels 61 and 62 of One Raffles Place, and is conceptualised as a place for both locals and tourists to enjoy great tunes and views, while indulging in cocktails and cuisine befitting the grandeur of the place.

A double-story main feature bar, private entertainment room, ageing room, wine cellar, digital artwork wall, and nightly music programming are just some of the highlights to expect at HighHouse.

Notable people the likes of general manager Wayne Lee (formerly from Zouk), executive chef Sam Chin (from VUE), and beverage consultant Jay Gray (from Sago House) are a few of the big names behind the high profile opening. 

Little is spared when it comes to collaborators too, with well-known brands such as interior design consultancy Matthew Shang Design Office, art consultants The Artling, and Branding agency Somewhere Else working on the project.

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“HighHouse is brought to life by a powerhouse team of acclaimed and award-winning industry visionaries renowned for their contributions to the arts, design, entertainment and hospitality industries,” acknowledges Lee. 

“Together we have created a lifestyle destination that guarantees new discoveries with every visit. We cannot wait for guests to experience it.”

At the start of 2024, rooftop bar NOVA will also open, taking its rightful place on level 63, making it the highest venue of its kind in Singapore. While little is known about it for now, the panoramic sky bar is sure to make full use of its unobstructed 360-degree views of Singapore.

For more information, head to HighHouse’s website.

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