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The Peak Magazine, Singapore

The Peak - What makes a luxury resort unique is the story behind its conception

What is top-tier hospitality? Christopher Chua of KulörGroup shares that at the apex of opulence, trendsetters are creating unforgettable experiences for clients. More and more luxury travellers are becoming acquainted with KulörGroup, a full-service hospitality management company and design firm that takes care of every aspect of its projects, from conception to execution. Brand identity design, architecture and interior design, and technical services are among its core offerings.

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Christopher Chua
The Business Times

The Business Times - Passion for Design

Ever since he was a child, Christopher Chua knew that he would grow up to be an interior designer. ”I’ve always wanted to design interiors and homes, and I knew that if I didn’t make that my career, I would be sad,” says Chua, who studied architecture at National University of Singapore and graduated with honors and a masters degree.

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LUX* Phu Quoc - Arrival
Sleeper Magazine

Sleeper Magazine - KulörGroup reveals design for Lux* Phu Quoc

Singapore-based design agency KulörGroup has revealed plans for Lux* Phu Quoc, a 100-key resort opening in Q2 2023. The scheme will form a journey through a tropical forest from dense jungle to blissful blue sea.

Each building sparks a different experience – from walking over the ocean towards an arrival complex surrounded by turquoise waters to trekking up idyllic jungle hills that are enveloped by lush greenery, the air, and a poetic vision of spring freshness and summer heat, finally revealing the lustre of the Jungle Restaurant.

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The Riahi Residences Nirup Island, Indonesia
Tatler Asia

Tatler Asia - 4 Luxury Waterfront Villas In Southeast Asia For Your Private Yachts

Conceptualised as the ultimate marina playground in Southeast Asia,  The Riahi Residences Nirup Island, which is part of the MGallery collection by Accor, is every avid boater’s dream. Surrounded by clear waters and lush greenery, Nirup is an untouched Indonesian Island at the western end of the Riau Island chain. It’s also within close proximity to Singapore (8 nautical miles) and 30 minutes via ferry via Batam. But you won’t need a ferry if you live on Nirup Island as chances are, you’ll have your own boat to get you there and when you arrive, you’ll dock it right in front of your luxurious water villa.

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