“We want our customers to feel like they are our house-guests; to enter Malmaison is like entering someone’s house, or an intimate little museum. We have spared no efforts in enhancing their experience, be it in the scattering of personal artefacts and curios that completely enliven the space, to comfortable lighting and soft furnishings such as antique rugs and settees” - Mr Michael Tay, Group Managing Director of The Hour Glass
Step into Malmaison, influenced by the Château de Malmaison, the grand country home near Paris occupied by Emperor Napoleon Bonaparte and his wife Empress Joséphine in the early 19th century. They are prominent tastemakers and purveyors of luxury.
The Great Hall
The Napolean room
The Watch Salons
Stand-alone book corner of Taschen
Specially installed Frédéric Malle fragrance columns
The upper storey of Malmaison reminiscent of natural light