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Home Journal

March 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. ON DISPLAYInside the expansion of the Robert C. Wiley house, a Modernist Connecticut home originally designed by Philip Johnson.2. ARTISTIC JOURNEYMemorable artworks and installations around the world, as seen in the tome Destination Art: 500 Artworks Worth the Trip (Phaidon).3. COLLECTOR’S EDITIONWe revisit some of the most inspiring art-filled residences featured in Home Journal.4. HOT ESCAPESCheck in at the newest high-design resorts across the globe, such as the Belmond Cap Juluca in Anguilla.5. DARING DUOIn conversation with Emil Humbert and Christophe Poyet of architecture and design firm Humbert & Poyet, behind some of the most stylish boutiques and restaurants in Monaco, Hong Kong, Paris and more.Visit our website at homejournal.comLike us on Facebook @homejournalFollow us on Instagram @homejournalJoin us on Pinterest @homejournal ■…

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(Photography by Nic and Bex Gaunt)ROGER FERRIS ARCHITECTI’ve always been fascinated with art and understanding the contribution that art can make to a space. Everything influences my work and perspective, and I say that in the most inclusive sense.ALICE KESWICK INTERIOR DESIGNERIt’s rewarding to combine high-end furniture with some more affordable pieces, because when you get the balance right, it’s impossible to spot them.RACHELLE CASTAÑEDA-WENGER DECORATORMy personal preference is for a space to be well-curated so that everything can be appreciated. I aim for the feeling that the room slowly reveals itself to you.ANNA CENNAMO ARTISTI let my imagination loose. The sense of self almost disappears, and I tend to forget about the final outcome. Though I have a plan of what I want to make, I keep myself open…

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artistic vision

There’s never been a better time to cultivate an interest in art – especially if you plan to be in Hong Kong for the month of March.Art Week paints a picture of the art scene on both a local and global scale – as well as Hong Kong’s place in it – with art enthusiasts, curators, artists, and gallerists from all over the world descending on the city for Art Central, happening from March 27 to 31, and Art Basel, happening from March 29 to 31 (our insider’s report on Pg63).In this issue, our featured abodes allow us into the personal spaces of creatives, tastemakers, and entrepreneurs who share the belief that home is where the art is. In Hong Kong, gallerist Nick Buckley Wood and jewellery designer Corina Larpin…

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Enchant BLOSSOMING SCENEFamed for his obsession with heavenly flowers, Belgian artist François Olislaeger is showcasing his series of delicately depicted florals in Hong Kong for the first time at K11’s agnès b. Galerie Boutique until June 30. The project, Une Fleur par Jour (“A Flower a Day”), brings the vulnerable beauty of emerging blossoms to life through a gentle use of watercolours.agnesb.asiaART ROUTESIf there are bucket-list restaurants, there, too, are bucket-list museums — and specific works of art that certain art enthusiasts are willing journey for. Destination Art: 500 Artworks Worth the Trip (Phaidon) highlights 500 of these pieces, ranging from paintings and sculptures to large-scale installations and even works of architecture. Among the artists that receive worthy mentions in the volume are Mark Rothko, Ellsworth Kelly, Yayoi Kusama, Gianni…

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modern romance

Whatever you aim to achieve in life, you can’t go far without a solid foundation. It should come as no surprise, then, that a timeless interior design or a meticulous decoration scheme requires a versatile canvas that can easily fit any aesthetic. While the details define a home’s interior, it always takes a solid base to uphold all the ornamental elements and finishing touches. Consider relaxing designs highlighted by graceful curves that appeal to the senses for a welcoming and sophisticated atmosphere. A sedated background works best with either modern designs or vintage items – so channel your inner Picasso and experiment with classic artworks, abstract paintings and contemporary photography.(Image courtesy of Ferm Living)A SERENE SCENETURN ANY ROOM INTO A CALM OASIS WITH A COLLECTION OF OBJECTS WITH ORGANIC CURVES…

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(Image courtesy of Roger Ferris + Partners)HOW RENOWNED ARCHITECT ROGER FERRIS BUILDS HOMES FOR ART-COLLECTING BILLIONAIRES PLUS: AN EARLY LOOK AT WHAT TO EXPECT IN THIS MONTH’S HIGHLY ANTICIPATED ART FAIRS ■…

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