Our hectic October came to an end with the grand opening of Hugo Kitchen at its new Park Mall premises. We had 1 month to put together the entire atrium exhibition, media session and of course, the opening event with 200 guests. To call it a mad rush would be an understatement, but we worked it and we’re so happy about the warm reception and media support we received. *Applause*

Since its inception in 2003, Hugo Kitchen has focused on building aesthetically appealing and quality kitchens to meet the demands, lifestyles and satisfaction of modern homeowners who are meticulous and precise with their needs. The showroom-worthy kitchen sets frequently become the toast of the homes.

Exclusively representing leading Italian brand Valcucine, Hugo Kitchen shares the design ideologies of the Italian marquee – that design and innovation should not come at the expense of the environment. We heart eco-friendly products and brands, hence we were super excited to work on this account. Expanding its portfolio, Hugo Kitchen also brought in Italian brand SLIDE, renowned for its lighted outdoor furniture.



Check out the cute Xmas trees by Slide!


The great outdoors!


We decorated the atrium and outdoor area with SLIDE’s products so guests could get a feel of the products and try it out. We also engaged the award winning Executive Chef of Jaan, Andre Chiang, to put together a special cooking demonstration as a treat to guests.


The suave Chef Andre preparing his dish

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Look at the unique foam-like thingy! so cool!

Tada! Wow Baby Barracuda!


The guests enjoyed canapes and cocktails and partied into the night with the sounds of the lovely jazz band featuring our very own Nicole Verghese!

Charissa & Benedict pose for the cameras

Charissa & Benedict pose for the cameras

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The gorgeous Karen from Gaggenau & our boy, Joseph from Tatler

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Frances, Stephanie & Lillian


Nicole bringing the house down

Thank you everyone who made the evening memorable! Can’t wait to see y’all at our next event! Time to catch a breather now. Phew!