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Home Journal July 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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Country:
Hong Kong SAR China
Language:
English
Publisher:
Tatler Asia Limited
Frequency:
Monthly
₹222.27
₹1,486.01
12 Issues

in this issue

2 min
on her plate

When it comes to entertaining, no one pays more attention to tablescapes than Kim Seybert. She is after all the doyenne of tabletop. With her singular vision, she created a business that elevated everyday things like placemats and napkin rings into couture-like fantasies, lifting the ordinary into necessary luxury. The Kim Seybert brand’s tagline is “fashion for the table,” owing to the fact that its founder and designer was previously immersed in the garment industry before venturing out on her own to start her eponymous entertaining-centric business. She channeled her fashion savoir-faire to create a tabletop venture, translating fashion techniques and styles into pieces that you can use to dress up your table. It is easy to spot Kim Seybert’s designs. They play up textures and colors, as well as borrow inspirations…

3 min
parisian chic

Art is in the spotlight in this newly designed apartment in Paris. And that’s fitting given its location in the 9th arrondissement in the north of the capital that was once home to many of the elite of the city’s Romantic movement. From writers and actors to musicians and painters, Frederic Chopin, Alexandre Dumas and Claude Monet were among those who called this history-steeped, artistic neighbourhood of Nouvelle Athènes home. But it’s not just the art that plays a starring role in this apartment. A backdrop befitting the quality of the collection shines behind it courtesy of designers Laurent Champeau and Kelli Wilde, who together run Paris-based architecture and interiors studio Champeau & Wilde. The design duo were tasked with creating “a sophisticated background to display the owner’s stunning contemporary art collection,”…

1 min
in this issue

BONNAE GOKSON I FOUNDER, SEVVA What is good entertaining? In my role, I feel very much like a conductor. You have many moving parts – for example, the speakers being too loud will affect everything else – and all of the pieces have to harmonise. Balance is very important. My eyes are very sharp in editing. KYLIE PLATT I FOUNDER, MIRTH Use good quality linens, tableware and flowers. It shows that you appreciate and value your guests. PALASH MITRA I EXECUTIVE CHEF, NEW PUNJAB CLUB At our restaurant we end our meals with a large shot of whisky called the ‘Patiala Peg’; it is about a 90ml serving. I can attest to its powers as party fuel.…

3 min
beyond beauty

It’s hard to imagine such a work of art exists in the middle of the countryside of Mornington Peninsula. Just an hour’s drive away from Melbourne, Jackalope Hotels’ debut property is set on a pristine vineyard – intoxicating rural acreage frames a hotel unique in both destination and design. This is the personal project of entrepreneur, Louis Li, who worked with architectural firm, Carr Design Group and multi-disciplinary studio, Fabio Ongarato Design, to envision a modern marvel and has succeeded. The Jackalope guides guests through a sensory journey of spectacular design and dining experiences, delivering a decadent interplay between the ideal and the surreal. At the entrance, a seven-metre tall namesake Jackalope sculpted by Melbourne artist, Emily Floyd, stands sentry, while a black 30-metre infinity pool laps up to the…

1 min
experience true luxury

Fendi Cucine – a collaboration between luxury fashion house Fendi and pioneering kitchen design company SCIC Italia, which the last 70 years has become internationally recognised for imbuing homes with unmistakable, 100 percent made in Italy flair – ups the levels of luxuriousness with its customisable kitchen, Ginger. The stunning materials and superlative craftsmanship highly valued by the two Italian brands and employed on the kitchen also extend to the recently opened Fendi Cucine and SCIC Italia flagship store located in Lee Garden Three in Causeway Bay. The facade of the store features three large arches above tall clear glass windows and entranceway that invites visitors into a spacious interior replete with ultra-stylish elements in a mix of materials – tile, glass, wood, marble – that offers a luxe experience, as well…

1 min
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To start your 1-year subscription (12 issues) at a special offer of just $336, visit our online subscription centre at www.edipressemedia.com. Mobile and tablet editions are available via Magzter, Zinio and PressReader digital magazine stores. SUBSCRIBE To subscribe please call +852 2859 4341 (Ref: HJ1907N) or email hkcirc@edipressemedia.com. Offer closes on 31/7/2019. Offer valid for subscribers in Hong Kong & Macau only. Please allow 28 days for the delivery of your first issue. Full subscription rate at $420 for 12 issues. Home Journal is a publication of Edipresse Media Hong Kong.…