Housed in a quiet corner of the commercial building of Winsland House, Kith’s sixth outlet was designed by Hjgher to cater to the working masses, while also providing a comfortable dining space for visitors from the nearby residential estates. Located on the edge of the busy shopping district of Orchard and Somerset, Kith Winsland was intended to serve as a getaway from the bustle of the crowds.
Keeping in mind the affluent demographic that frequents the area, Hjgher selected a more polished material palette in the design of the café’s interior, with Kith’s signature black and yellow colours continuing on in the Winsland outlet. Three variants each of tinted mirrors and marble make up the walls of the café, injecting a dose of sophistication into the space. This is accented by brass strips, which run along the slabs of marble and extend upwards to meet the trellised ceiling structure. Parachilna wall lamps by Jaime Hayon further play up the wall details.
Recognisable by now as a key component of Kith’s interior design language, wood is once again used in the café’s furniture for added warmth. It features in the padded booth seating and tables, and is stacked to bar height along the café’s glass facade to allow diners to gaze out while eating. This is complemented by furniture from Andreu World, and paired with lighting by Tom Dixon that continues the brass theme found throughout the interior.