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Home Journal

February 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. HOW TO UNWINDDornbracht CEO Andreas Dornbracht chats with Home Journal about home – from his wellness routine to his favourite room in the house.2. HUES OF RESTAt Kimpton Saint George in Toronto, Mason Studio embraces colour in their design of an elegant respite for visitors and travellers.3. HJ REVIEWSA look at the latest in tech, from smart speakers to wireless earbuds.4. SECLUDED SANCTUARYDesigned by Japan-based architects Uchida Design and landscape firm Ohtori Consultants, New World Development’s Fleur Pavilia elevates the residential clubhouse.5. WEST SIDE STORYDiscover the work of one of the most celebrated artists of the 20th century, Irving Penn, whose photographs and paintings are mounted in Hong Kong for the first time by Pace Gallery.Visit our website at homejournal.hkLike us on Facebook @homejournalFollow us on Instagram @homejournalJoin us…

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(Photography by Sunfai Ng)LUIGI FRAGOLA I ARCHITECTI've always been fond of both technical and beautiful things. In my studio, we function as both architect and interior designer — these have to be in sync.EDGARDO OSORIO I CREATIVE DIRECTOR, AQUAZZURAI’m a maximalist at heart, but a minimalist in my design. I love that contrast and I like to be both depending on my mood…but I always think more is more, and also more fun!AMRITA KHANNA I FOUNDING PRINCIPAL DESIGNER, ZIP CODE 888Form following function is something that has always dictated my design style. There should always be a harmonious flow within and between the rooms in a home. ■…

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spring is here

In what may feel like just a blink of an eye, Chinese New Year has arrived – and as one of the most important festivals on our calendar, this tradition is met with anticipation and celebration. Rooted in centuries-old practices, time and labour are carefully poured into preparing our homes in hopes that we might receive good luck and keep unwanted energy at bay for the rest of the year.As you’ll find in the stories throughout this issue, fortune favours the bold. Being daring in design (and in life) not only means venturing out of old decorating patterns – it also means finding the courage to think differently, as illustrated by Studio Prineas (Pg 76), whose out-of-the-box solution to a Sydney bungalow’s expansion has garnered recognition within the architecture community.…

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(Image courtesy of Gubi)DISCOVER THE LATEST NEWS IN ART, ARCHITECTURE, DECOR AND DESIGN. CELEBRATE ALL THINGS EXUBERANT AND REDEFINE YOUR SPACE WITH DRAMATIC ACCENTS AND STATEMENT FURNITURE ■…

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Savour THE WILD SIDEPlant your own garden with Cole & Son’s Botanical Botanica collection and choose from a selection of 15 handcrafted wallpapers that capture the beauty of nature. Inspired by the diverse landscapes on this earth, assorted colour palettes are available, from exuberant summery shades to cool, crisp ones. Available from Altfield Interiors.altfield.com.hkA SENSE OF PLACECultural influences and global references abound in Roche Bobois’ colourful new Globe Trotter collection, designed by Dutch designer Marcel Wanders. “The idea was not to make a chair or a table, but to make a universe,” Wanders shares. Pieces such as the Wonder cabinet and the Montgolfiere sofa channel playful elegance and pay homage to Wanders’ endless imagination.rochebobois.comOLD AND NEWThe latest collaboration between Spanish creative consultancy Masquespacio and furniture maker Houtique presents a bevy…

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future-forward designing

01: Three scenarios – residential, hotel and commercial.02: Selecting and interchanging products and brands.03 & 04: Visualisations of basin and handshower water flow.05 & 06: Opening toilet seat lid and flushing toilet motion.07: Information and product details are conveyed onscreen, allowing the user to select the ideal brands for their own inspiring bathroom environment.08: The chosen products are viewed on a 1:1 scale.Hong Kong company, Glory Top – one of the city’s leading suppliers of sanitaryware, sensor solutions, architectural hardware, mosaic tiles and home decor – utilises VR to spark the imagination of homeowners, designers and architects by showing the possibilities of bathroom design via an awe-inspiring, immersive experience.The technology provides a window into a future space by letting users pick products, such as faucets, shower sets, and toilets. Mixing…

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