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HighHouse blends progressive soundscapes with impeccable art & cuisine

The new venue is set to launch on December 15, located across two levels of Singapore's One Raffles Place

  • Henry Cooper
  • 7 December 2023
HighHouse blends progressive soundscapes with impeccable art & cuisine

HighHouse, a new nightclub and restaurant in Singapore, will open its doors for the first time on December 15.

Run by OUE Restaurants (OUER), the space offers impeccable views of Singapore's evergrowing skyline across Level 61 and 62 of One Raffles Place, spanning over 10,000 square metres.

When it comes to music, the venue strives to feature top-notch artists from Singapore and around the world — it has secured the talent of Paris-based Didi Han, who will be performing exclusively at invite-only events scheduled for December 8 and 9.

With an array of genres at hand spread across its programming for January, covering hip hop and funk to nu-disco and techno, it’s no surprise if guests will keep coming back for more as each night promises a different sonic experience.

Open from Tuesday to Saturday, chill dining music vibes will echo throughout the space from 6pm — then come the “Afterhours” sounds from 11pm to 3am, starting from Wednesday.

So far, other artists included in the venue’s January programming are Bongomann, Aldrin, Mings, Muttiah, and Zushan.

The stellar art collection, brought together by art consultant The Artling, comprises art installations throughout from respected names such as Viet Ha Tran, onformative, Nicholas Ong, Jung Lee, Jacob Hashimoto, Willem Van Weghel, Naoko Tosa, and Eugenie Kawabata, all of whom lend their unique pieces to the space.

Works include ceramics, LEDs, audiovisual poetry, digital art, light shows, sculptures and paintings.

The space boasts a central bar, a private entertainment room, a champagne room and a wine cellar, all aiming to bring music, art, flavours, and conversations together.

A highlight of HighHouse is the immersive 14m x 3m digital screen, spotlighting immersive digital artwork that is curated to complement each night's music programming.

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It’s not just about the visuals or the music, with HighHouse offering a menu drawing on flavours from across the Pacific Coast, such as their Seafood Kokoda Ceviche, Whole Spanish Dover Sole with Homemade Chai Poh and Sakura Pork Belly in Massaman Curry served with Sticky Rice.

All of these impressive dishes are paired perfectly with the drinks on offer from their award-winning beverage consultant, Jay Gray, who also drew inspiration from the Pacific Coast for creations such as their Peruvian Clarified Pisco Punch with Key Lime Foam and Japanese Seaweed Umami Martini, to name a few.

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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. Together, we have created a lifestyle destination that guarantees new discoveries with every visit. We cannot wait for guests to experience it,” says General Manager, Wayne Lee.

Another concept by OUE Restaurants, NOVA, will also be making its debut early next year. Situated just above HighHouse, it is said to be the tallest rooftop bar in Singapore that offers an unrestricted 360-degree panoramic view of the city.

HighHouse will be open to the public starting December 15; make your reservations here.

Henry Cooper is a Writer at Mixmag Asia. Follow him on Instagram.

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