Capri by Frazer, Singapore this week made the shortlist for the Asia-Pacific Design & Architecture Awards 2013, submitted by eco.id. The concept thrives on a young and contemporary appeal which employs the use of spatial creativity and clean lines. Targeted at professional travellers visiting on short-term business purposes, Capri provides a modern and highly technology-abled space suitable for work related activities.
Upon arriving at the lobby, guests are greeted by the aesthetics of varying post-modern art pieces set against a stark white background, uncluttered furnishing of quirky, modern furniture and clean, and structured lines – to enhance the unique guest experience at Capri.
Rooms and showers are generously equipped with ample space – there is also an Oforu facility strategically located beside the gym, allowing guests to relax and wind-down from a workout or hectic day from work. The fully furnished studios offer much privacy and comfort, featuring well-equipped kitchenettes, spacious en suite bathrooms and walk-in wardrobes. They have a living room and facilities like flat-screen cable TVs, a DVD player and an iPod docking station.