Audi’s new stylish flagship store in Singapore
Singapore-based architects and interior designers, ONG&ONG, have completed the Audi Terminal project. Completed in 2013, the new flagship store is the first ever high-rise Audi Terminal, and at 1,350 square metres per floor, also Audi’s largest showroom in Southeast Asia.
The façade of the eight-storey flagship store is clad in aluminium with hexagonal cut-outs forming a honeycomb pattern, while full-height glass windows for the lower floors make the building appear to float off the ground.
This one-stop terminal offers a variety of services in a single location, housing showrooms, workshops, offices and even a café and waiting lounge for visitors. As many as 35 of Audi’s latest models are displayed in the showrooms on the 2nd and 4th floors. The cars are arranged in a “power curve”, making the formation seem as if they are zooming by on a race track. A specially designed lift carries cars to the servicing workshop that spans from the 5th to the 7th floor, while the offices take up the building’s top level. Within the three basement floors are an Audi Cafe, quattro shop, customer waiting lounge, reception areas as well as a carpark.
The contemporary commercial interior design of the terminal looks great and is in keeping with the Audi brand.
Images courtesy of Aaron Pocock
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