Tatler Homes Philippines

Tatler Homes Philippines Homes 22

From an extraordinary converted convent in the romantic English countryside, to the art-filled Manila sanctuary of a renowned gallery owner, the second edition of Tatler Homes Philippines is a delightful compilation of some of the world’s most beautiful houses.

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2 期号


shades of summer

Summer is about al fresco—when house and garden, indoors and outdoors flow into one inviting, enjoyable space. With the summer sun just around the corner, it’s a fun time to tweak your home with a hint of the tropics. Make way for Living Coral, the colour of the year! What a great way to bring the sunshine in. It’s amazing how just one piece of furniture or a pair of eye-catching accessories can instantly transform a room. Whether you go for vibrant colour or cool neutrals, what you’ll find on these pages will delight and inspire. In our cover story, we step into the new home of Maritess Tantoco-Enriquez. Her dining room is an exuberant feast in itself, its walls painted with floor-to-ceiling murals depicting Filipino flora and exotic birds. (Eclectic…

scene & be seen

A LUNCH TO REMEMBER What: Philippine Tatler Homes Holiday Brunch Where: Minotti Showroom, BGC The posh Minotti Showroom was all abuzz as 30 fashionable ladies arrived shortly before noon. The Holiday Brunch was a celebration of the festive season by Philippine Tatler HOMES in partnership with Living Innovations, as well as the launch of the magazine’s Luxe Issue. Graciously welcoming guests was Living Innovations dynamic FERDIE ONG along with Philippine Tatler’s IRENE MARTEL FRANCISCO and MIA BORROMEO. Mingling around the impressive setup, the ladies lounged amongst the stunning contemporary furniture pieces presented in various vignettes including sitting rooms, bedrooms, and dining areas showcasing the Italian brand’s 70th anniversary collection. Minotti’s furniture highlights elegance of form, simple design, and continuity of tradition under the direction of the renowned Milanese architect and interior designer, RODOLFO DORDONI, who…

out & about

LOVE IS IN THE AIR What: Ching Cruz’s Red Party Where: The Cruz Residence The glamorous CHING CRUZ and her husband, construction magnate PHILLIP CRUZ, hosted a wonderful party to celebrate her birthday and the month of love. The special red-themed evening brought together her nearest and dearest of friends. Every shade of red and pink filled the palatial residence as the guests (hubbies included) gamely obliged the hostess’ special request to don the colours of the night. Champagne cocktails began by the fern-filled courtyard under a blanket of evening stars. A sit-down dinner followed in the formal dining room for everyone to partake of the sumptuous spread on the aptly themed vermilion table. As is customary in the Cruz mansion, a second buffet spread was laid out a few hours later to…

design news

ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS The word ‘minimalism’ may be applied to everything from art, architecture, fashion, design, and even as a way of life—but how did this concept truly begin? Explore the history and legacy of the art movement at this collaborative exhibition ongoing until April at National Gallery Singapore and the ArtScience Museum. The exhibition features over 130 works of art from paintings, sculptures, to installations and immersive environments, while delving into Eastern philosophies that have shaped Minimalism as we know it today. nationalgallery.sg; marinabaysands.com/museum TOUCH THE SKY Drawing art enthusiasts to the recent Art Basel Miami Beach, Audemars Piguet presented Albedo, a sustainable, site-specific installation created in collaboration with Berlin-based artist Tomás Saraceno and the Aerocene Foundation. Taking the form of a large-scale temporal pavilion comprised of 40 reflective, out-turned umbrellas of various…

fresh features

ART OF NATURAL HISTORY BY PASCALE HEURTEL AND MICHELLE LENOIR RIZOLLI NEW YORK Documenting three centuries of exploration of the far reaches of the world, this oversized collector’s edition showcases an unparalleled assembly of antique paintings and drawings of exotic flora and fauna. A rich visual record from France’s national collection harks back to a time when science relied upon human illustration as the only way to record plants and animals observed during voyages of discovery. This volume is both a celebration of the human quest for knowledge and an epitaph for a fast disappearing world; as well as a feast for the eyes for anyone who loves vintage natural history art. C’EST BON RECIPES BY TRISH DESEINE PHOTOGRAPHY BY DEIRDRE ROONEY RIZOLLI NEW YORK Renowned for her unpretentious approach to food, chef Trish Deseine offers over…

a new tradition in time

From as early as the mid 1800s, Patek Philippe has known that the future is female. With “her little majesty” Queen Victoria herself sating her iconic appetite with a blue enamel timepiece at The Great Exhibition in London, the Swiss watch manufacture not only earned its place in the heritage and tradition of aristocrats, but also the fine tastes of the most sophisticated women of all time. It was, after all, the Grandmother of Europe that said, “We women, if we are to be good women, feminine and amiable and domestic, are not fitted to reign,” but went on to rule over the United Kingdom for almost 40 years. At the close of the 20th century, Patek Philippe then dedicated its craftsmanship to the celebrated Twenty~4 – the lady’s manchette watch…