A floor-to-ceiling wooden screen paired with a mirrored ceiling at the reception desk offers a peek into chef Chris Yeo’s sultry restaurant the Province.
Drama is heightened with ornate wooden screens, abstract floral patterned walls, and oversized chandeliers that are reflected in mirrored panels covering the ceiling.
Industrial roll-up doors with red-stained glass create dining areas that offer rare “public privacy” within the restaurant.
The patterned screens provide depth and dimension to the space while still allowing for an open layout, where crimson three-quarter circular banquettes define the central seating area.
Decked in teal-colored tiles and lanterns that hang from coarse ropes, the bar is an abstract take on an Asian fishing vessel floating at sea.