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Restaurant Visit: Hatched in Singapore

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Restaurant Visit: Hatched in Singapore

Izabella Simmons April 19, 2011

Located in a former dormitory next to Singapore Law University, Hatched is a newish all-day breakfast diner with interiors by design collective Outofstock. Egg-shaped windows cut out of the wood paneling signal the breakfast-oriented fare on offer within. The interior consists of a mix of oak, maple, and beech wood; long communal tables are accompanied by matching screwless Biscuit oak stools designed by Outofstock, and on the opposite side of the diner there's a large chalkboard where visitors are encouraged to scribble a note. Go to Hatched for more information.

Above: Egg-shaped windows and long communal tables complemented by the Biscuit stool, which was designed to resemble the old Singaporean fish market stool.

Above: Matching bar facade and stools made from three types of wood.

Above: Simple bulbs hang from the original exposed concrete ceiling.

Above: A blackboard serves as menu (and place for diners to add notes and comments).

Images from Dezeen.

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