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Home Journal

May 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
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Edipresse Media Hong Kong Ltd
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(Photography by Géraldine Aresteanu)1. SHE’S ALL THATGet acquainted with architect and designer India Mahdavi, whose recent projects – which include a collection for Louis Vuitton as well as the Ladurée tea room in Tokyo – proffer endless inspiration.(Image courtesy Pirata Group)2. ALL ABOUT MOMIn time for Mother’s Day, we round up all the information you need to treat her with gifts and experiences she’ll love.(Photography by Bian Jie/UCCA UCCBeijing)3. THE OLD AND THE NEWDiscover Beijing’s trendy Sanlitun district and its 798 Art Zone that brims with creativity and promise.(Image courtesy St Regis)4. OF NEW YORK AND HONG KONGBehind the scenes with André Fu and his design process for the newly opened St Regis Hong Kong.(Photography by Nicole Franzen)5. CITY CENTREThe first US city to be named a UNESCO City of…

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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, CHESTER ONG, HOSHING MOK, JOHNA BAYLON, JUSTIE CHUI, LAURE JOLIET, OMRI AMSALEM, SORAYA FROISSART, SUNFAI NGart 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 TAMwhere inspiration lives | homejournal.com@homejournal | #whereinspirationlives…

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ASAF GOTTESMAN ARCHITECTFor a home to function properly, the “back of the house” is critical, and so is the ease of use. We tend to focus on the look. But a home is judged over time, and if it is not comfortable, it ages poorly.TIM BOYD PARTNER AND CO-FOUNDER, MICHAELIS BOYDThe “sense of place” is generally a feeling of both people and objects fitting naturally into a space. It’s very important in interior design, especially in hotels, as you want not only guests but local residents to enjoy the spaces.WILLIAM LATOUR MANAGING DIRECTOR, CHAOWe created something that’s not a duplication of a model, and it’s unique in the world of hospitality. Customers today want to encounter a certain level of emotion; they want the experience to be relevant, and to…

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(Photography by Martin Sølyst | Living Inside)What is good design? It’s a question we’ve asked numerous interior designers, architects, and other collaborators at Home Journal. Each response is different, invariably because there is not just one definitive answer. Design, after all, heeds different needs, defined by various intended results, and, often most essentially, location.On our cover this month, designer André Fu posits his own answer to that question with a personal tour of the much-anticipated St Regis Hong Kong. Remarkably tuned into its Wan Chai setting while staying true to the St Regis brand, it’s a fine exhibition of André’s talent and prowess in saluting both tradition and the future. As he continues to undertake new ventures, the homegrown designer is one who makes us excited about the future of…

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the one to watch

(Photography Hayley Nash)The future looks bright for Kelvin Kong, the promising young architect whose entry to the inaugural BoConcept Awards 2018 has been selected as the winning design. Created to engage and discover design talent in Hong Kong, the BoConcept Awards promotes a spirit of creativity and excellence that embodies BoConcept’s approach to interior design. BoConcept is honoured to award exceptional design that celebrates modern living at its finest. Here, we get to know the Cornell-and Harvard-trained design talent and discover the concept behind his design.(Photography Hayley Nash)When did you realise you wanted to pursue architecture and design? I’ve always liked art as a kid. I used to take pencil sketching lessons every weekend when I was growing up in Hong Kong, and I still remember getting up early every…

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GO BOLD AND WILD THIS SPRING WITH PLAYFUL YET THOUGHTFULLY DESIGNED FURNITUREHOT SEATWho isn’t enchanted by the Déjà Vu stool? Realised by Houtique and Masquespacio, the colourful piece is a combination of vivid colours, striking tassels, and fringe. The firm base is composed of a circular base, a metallic footrest covered in chrome, and a 24K gold-plated metal centre tube.houtique.es; masquespacio.comSavour GREY SCALEFirst introduced by Tom Dixon to showcase its new Fat, Opal, and Spring collections at Milan Design Week, The Manzoni reopens as the brand’s permanent showroom and restaurant. The lifestyle space is its first home in mainland Europe.themanzoni.comVIBRANT SHADES AND RICH TEXTURES MAKE FOR A DREAM-LIKE SETTINGDREAMS COME TRUEAnother long-awaited collaboration between American architect David Rockwell and Jim Thompson, the Dreams collection is a series of 12 patterns adorning…

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