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Hong Kong Tatler Homes Issue 11

Hong Kong Tatler Homes is an exciting new addition to the Tatler Asia family, showcasing the Tatler lifestyle at home. The annual magazine is packed with lavish interiors from around the world - with a particular focus on Asia and Hong Kong - as well as luxury items for the home and the latest high-end design trends.

国家:
Hong Kong SAR China
语言:
English
出版商:
Edipresse Media Hong Kong Ltd
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editor’s note

There are many similarities when it comes to designing for fashion and designing for homeware—both require careful consideration of form, function and material, while staying true to a brand’s ethos and delivering unmistakable visual appeal. It’s no surprise that many fashion brands have parlayed their aesthetic, and their expertise, to homeware. The summer issue of Hong Kong Tatler Homes highlights examples of when the worlds of fashion and home design overlap—beginning with the home of Edoardo Caovilla, creative director of his father’s eponymous luxury shoe brand René Caovilla, for our cover story (p. 52). Caovilla applied the same attention to detail he brings to his shoe designs to his home, a sunny duplex in central Milan built around his family’s love of the Italian lifestyle: family, good food and wine. As the…

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treasure trove

JUNGLE FEVER We big-city dwellers sometimes fantasise about leaving behind the urban jungle and hunkering down deep in nature. But real life has an unfortunate tendency of getting in the way. As a compromise, why not bring the outdoors indoors? Available at Heather & March is Gien’s 2017 Jardin Extraordinaires collection by illustrator Cyril Destrade—coffee cups, mugs, teapots, plates and serving dishes printed with bright palm leaves, multi-coloured flowers and beautiful butterflies. heatherandmarch.com Let It Flow Add some glamour and sparkle to the bathroom with the Per Se sink faucet knobs in clear crystal that Kallista has created in collaboration with French crystalware brand Saint-Louis. The crystal knobs are cut and polished by hand, and paired with a metal base finished in polished chrome, nickel silver, black nickel or polished gold. Available at…

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best of milan

NYM CHAIRS BY PEDRALI Pedrali’s solid ash chairs are inspired by traditional English Windsor chairs, but hopefully they’re a little more comfortable. BEAKER END TABLE BY DONGHIA A transparent base gives this end table a light, modern touch (and makes it easy to see where you dropped your keys). FLUX BY AB CONCEPT FOR LASVIT Ed Ng and Terence Ngan of Hong Kong design studio AB Concept are behind this lighting collection, inspired by the sun reflecting off the receding tides. BOMBOCA SOFA BY CAMPANA BROTHERS FOR LOUIS VUITTON OBJETS NOMADES The Campana Brothers’ latest plush creation is inspired by clouds, and also by the scallop shell from which Botticelli’s Venus emerges. GOLDEN DECO COLLECTION BY FRETTE Art Deco-inspired linens embroidered with fern leaves and golden jacquard patterns bring a touch of silken sunshine into the bedroom. TURNTABLE M&D BY ERMENEGILDO ZEGNA AND MASTER & DYNAMIC Ermenegildo…

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book’ em

ORNAMENT IS CRIME BY MATT GIBBERD AND ALBERT HILL PHAIDON A great name for an even better book. Ornament is Crime explores the role modernist architecture, traditionally described as a movement of the past, has played in the 21st-century design world. The authors look into how work by master architects such as Arne Jacobsen, Le Corbusier and Mies van der Rohe has influenced the most important contemporary architects of today. With sumptuous images of sleek, beautifully designed houses around the world and a title taken from a seminal 1910 lecture by Adolf Loos that attacked the highly ornamental style of the day, this book will inspire any reader to cut the clutter and bid adieu to the bling. Let’s hope someone buys it for Donald Trump. I ACTUALLY WORE THIS BY TOM COLEMAN RIZZOLI Hands up if…

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design masterclass

KERRY HOTEL BY ANDRÉ FU Hung Hom Interior designer André Fu’s latest project was no simple project. The 546-room Kerry Hotel in Hung Hom opened in late April, billing itself as the city’s first urban resort. And as the first hotel to open on the Kowloon waterfront in more than 20 years, the pressure was on. André was a strong choice to create the hotel’s aesthetic: he is the creative force behind major properties such as the Upper House in Hong Kong, Singapore’s Fullerton Bay Hotel and the Opus Suite at the Berkeley London. But one thing that André may not have been ready for was the hotel’s sheer scale. “The vastness of the hotel is, in many ways, contradicting to my design philosophy,” says André, “that’s partly the reason why I was attracted…

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all new old world

Chile-born Juan Pablo Molyneux may shrug off the “maximalist” label, but there’s no denying his vibrant, luxuriant aesthetic. He’s designed some of the world’s most venerated spaces, from the Pavilion of Treaties at St. Petersburg’s Konstantinovsky Palace, to the Russian Rooms of the Palais des Nations in Geneva. And his work has garnered so much acclaim that he’s the subject of two coffee table books, and France’s minister of culture named him a knight of the Order of Arts and Letters in 2004. In his own words, Molyneux tells us about some of his most notable projects—including a converted 17th century Parisian townhouse and a 12th century castle that he and his wife Pilar call home—and reveals why he succeeds where others fail to bring life to centuries-old architecture. Chateau Pouy sur…

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