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Studio Collective designs Sugar, a rooftop bar and garden in Miami

by Cheryl Lau on Jul 26, 2016 in Interiors
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Los Angeles-based Studio Collective has completed Sugar, a rooftop bar and garden that is centrally located in Miami, Florida 

Sugar, located on the 40th floor of Miami’s newest chic hotel, EAST, has recently been completed by Studio Collective. It strives to provide ecstatic user experiences being "more than just a bar" and provides views across the skyline from the newly-christened flagship hotel.

Sugar features a good balance of city and nature taking furnishings in an organic approach. A perfect getaway with quiet spaces it is surrounded between a passage of trees namely, Cocoplum, fragrant Star Jasmine and Japanese Privet to allow guests to stargaze and escape the nightlife of the bustling city.

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Environmentally friendly users would be happy to endorse themselves in a Balinese inspired bar built of entirely reclaimed oak with handmade barstools. Built with naturalistic decor. the interiors utilise Brazilian teak that blends harmoniously with wicker club chairs and upholstered ottomans. The cold tones of the ashy furniture work well with the warm tones of the dim chandeliers making the aesthetic experience essentially one of a kind.

Last but not least, Sugar's menu is a fusion of Asian delicacies following its base company in Hong Kong with a taste of western influences. Signature dishes include Boneless Korean Chicken Wings with sesame and peanuts; Agedashi Tofu and Steamed Prawn and Scallop Dumplings with Hong Kong Chili Sauce.

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