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Home Journal

April 2019

Home Journal is where inspiration lives. For over 35 years, it has been the leading design and lifestyle magazine in Hong Kong, showcasing standout spaces and inspired living ideas. The monthly bilingual publication is a trusted source of insight and intel – its pages are filled with the latest in interiors, design, and decoration as well as beautifully photographed travel, food, and entertaining features.

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Hong Kong SAR China
语言:
English
出版商:
Edipresse Media Hong Kong Ltd
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1. SOMETHING NEWA selection of sumptuous finds to add pops of colour into your home.2. MOOD BOARDIn the era of Instagram, design takes centrestage. Learn the decorating cues we’re taking from some of the most stylish new hotels and resorts around the world.3. ENGLISH POLISHInside the elegant renovation of a spacious London villa transformed by interior designer Natalia Miyar.4. DREAMING OF SIAMLavish and detailed interiors to delight every design lover, coupled with unique Thai experiences to enrich the journey — The Siam offers an enchanting introduction to the city of Bangkok.5. PRINTS, PLEASEThe Paris home of Patrick Frey, the creative director of celebrated textile brand Pierre Frey, is as vivid and colourful as one would expect.Visit our website at homejournal.comLike us on Facebook @homejournalFollow us on Instagram @homejournalJoin us on…

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CHAIRMAN MICHEL LAMUNIÈRECEO JOSEPH KAMPUBLISHER EMILY LEUNGCFO IDA CHEUNGeditorialhjedit@edipressemedia.comEDITOR MANICA C. TIGLAOLIFESTYLE EDITOR NIKEY CHENGSUB EDITOR JON BRAUNCONTRIBUTORS CHERRY LAI, DOUG YOUNG, EVA-MARIE WILKEN, JULIAN ABRAMS, JUSTIE CHUI, MARTIN SØLYST, MARTINE BEALE, SUNFAI NG, VICTORIA CHEUNGart and photographyART DIRECTOR MAY LAUGRAPHIC DESIGNER QUEENIE HOadvertisinghjad@edipressemedia.com | intlad@edipressemedia.comCOMMERCIAL DIRECTOR MAY MECHIAN LEEBUSINESS DIRECTOR TERESA LAMINTERNATIONAL SALES DIRECTOR EDMOND CHEUKmarketingjustin.tang@homejournal.comHEAD OF GROWTH MARKETING JUSTIN TANGcirculationhkcirc@edipressemedia.comCIRCULATION MANAGER GLADYS WONGSENIOR CIRCULATION OFFICER WILSON MAproduction and traffichkprod@edipressemedia.com | hktraffic@edipressemedia.comGENERAL MANAGER - PUBLISHING SERVICES ANNE MOKPRODUCTION MANAGER GEMINI HUISENIOR PRODUCTION OFFICER SIDNEY KWOKPRODUCTION OFFICER RAY TAMfinance and ITFINANCE MANAGER KAREN TSANGREGIONAL IT MANAGER MARK TAM…

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(Photography by Julian Abrams)CAMILLA FISCHBACHER | ARTISTIC DIRECTOR, CHRISTIAN FISCHBACHERThe interplay of tradition and innovation is essential to our design philosophy. We create fresh, contemporary patterns often based on historical inspirations.MIKE FISHER | CREATIVE DIRECTOR, STUDIO INDIGOAdopting a strong collaborative approach with artisans and craftsmen ensured the project was incredibly rewarding, and that everything was how it was imagined.MATTHIEU FREY | ASIA-PACIFIC DIRECTOR, PIERRE FREYLayering is a fail-safe technique – a mix of different blue shades or a selection in various textures, but sticking to one colour, will do.JENNIFER JORGENSEN AND KATE WORUM | FOUNDERS, SHE SHEOnce we’ve fully bonded with a client, we tap into our different backgrounds and throw ideas at each other until we land on what we feel is the perfect representation for that client’s purpose.…

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colour envy

“I knew I wanted to have a ‘wow’ moment every time I came home,” says stylist and interior decorator Lucia Tait Tolani of her Mid-Levels residence, one of the homes this month that manages to exhibit a riot of shades, prints and singular objects while achieving notable cohesiveness. It could have looked just like any apartment in Hong Kong; instead, it is markedly Lucia’s.As you’ll discover in the pages of this issue, that exact sentiment – the desire to experience a visual jolt, an instance of sensory overload that transports you from reality for a wondrous split second – quite often results in spaces that are vivid and pronounced, yet still feel like home. And in a time rife with contemporary minimalism, we can’t help but find that unwavering commitment…

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THE LATEST COLLECTIONS, SHOWS AND SPACES TO LOOK OUT FOR THIS MONTHRARE FORMSTom Dixon’s latest offerings for 2019 are nothing short of spectacular. By crafting eclectic designs with Swirl – a new recycled material that resembles 3D marble paper and has the weight of stone – the brand brings substantial textures and fresh sensibilities to everyday objects that speak of boldness and simplicity.tomdixon.netBOLD STROKESDesigned by Bower Studios, the Gray Matters showroom in Brooklyn, New York, is a 2,000sqft sculptural space highlighted by a free-flowing carpet in a warm leather shade and delicate surfaces in soft, dusty blue (top). A clever use of mirrors elegantly reflects the high-quality footwear on display.bower-studios.comINJECT VISUAL PANACHE INTO A TIRED SPACE WITH TEXTILES THAT TRANSFORMBEHIND VELVET ROPESIn 2019, Rubelli Group divides its flagship collection into…

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shapes and shades

When retro aesthetics and contemporary interpretations collide in one space, along with efficient execution, expect a world of wonder. Make a statement with a reinterpreted spin on art deco blended with geometric forms, classic motifs and exotic materials for a whimsical yet sumptuous atmosphere. Or go bold and clash with interlocking wallpapers in two colourways for your feature wall – a centrepiece that sparks conversation. Incorporate a touch of modern art deco aesthetic to your home by pairing sleek, streamlined furniture pieces made of exotic woods with chrome and mirrored surfaces. And don’t be afraid to go big, as generously sized objects are one of the strongest features of the period.(Image courtesy of Altfield Interiors)ALL ABOUT CONTRASTCOMBINE SOPHISTICATION AND A DASH OF FLAMBOYANCE FOR A COMPELLING EFFECT1. Little Fellow table…

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