Singapore’s longest-running nightlife and music institution recently made the move to its new home at Clarke Quay after 25 years at Jiak Kim Street. Zouk’s original location grew from humble beginnings as barely-there decrepit warehouses into a state-of-the-art club known around the world as one of the best in the industry not only for pioneering an underground music program in Singapore but also for its design elements that made it one of the most original and unique clubs in the world. With much of its original furnishings auctioned off, many wondered if the new Zouk would bear any resemblance to its former self.
Well the club has finally opened up all four concepts within its sprawling complex including the Zouk Main Room, a redesigned Phuture (which together can be combined to accommodate extra large crowds) and a new concept called Capital and from what we’ve seen in the photos above the club has certainly been completely revamped but it still possesses the iconic trademark aesthetics of the Singaporean brand we know and love. Velvet Underground has sadly not made the move however it has been replaced by Capital, a new laid-back luxury lounge aimed at aimed at "working professionals and guests with a preference for finer experiences". Take a look at the gallery above for pictures of all four concepts or see it for yourself when the club officially opens on Saturday March 4th, 2017. You can also peep the video tour below by Bandwagon Asia.
[photos via Colossal]