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Home Journal March 2018

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

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online

Discover the great eats, inspiring travel experiences and elegant spaces that are filling our website homejournal.hk this month. 1. 9 TO 5 We pick five of the most exciting boutique co-working spaces in Hong Kong for you to be inspired among beautiful surroundings and like-minded people. 2. ART IN THE CITY Get an early sneak peek at what to do and who to see at this year’s edition of Art Central. 3. DISH OF THE DAY Danish furniture design studio Menu sheds light on their inimitable reductionist aesthetic and how hygge fits into their design philosophy in an exclusive interview. 4. ABOVE ITS WEIGHT Take a look inside this miniscule Tseung Kwan O apartment that Lim+Lu enlivened with abundant pastels and rich brass accents to transcend its footprint. 5. MAKE YOUR ZEN Yoga instructor Victor Chau gives pointers on how…

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in this issue

CALVIN HUI I CURATOR, ART COLLECTOR AND CO-FOUNDER OF GALLERY 3812 Art is so magical – it can connect with so many people from different walks of life. As we ventured into collecting and got to know many people with similar passions but different backgrounds, my entire outlook became a whole lot wider. When you communicate with artists, you’ll find many of them rather sensitive and the way they think is erratic. That often gives me many new revelations. PEGGY BELS I FOUNDER AND INTERIOR DESIGNER OF PEGGY BELS INTERIOR DESIGN The balance between art pieces and appointments is essential as you don't want to overwhelm the general aesthetics – create a tranquil and bright environ that doesn't feel like a gallery. KATIE DE TILLY I OWNER OF 10 CHANCERY LANE GALLERY AND CO-PRESIDENT…

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living with art

Art is transformative, art is magical and art is timeless – these are our revelations after experiencing some of the most tantalizing local residences showcasing ‘living with art’ and exclusively featured in this issue. Our cover story takes us into the exquisite home of Calvin Hui and Mark Peaker - two connoisseurs and art collectors who skillfully fuse Eastern and Western culture and influences into their abode to spectacular effect (Pg 76). Co-president of Hong Kong Art Gallery Association and owner of 10 Chancery Lane Gallery, Katie de Tilly also opens up her secluded Sai Kung residence (Pg 114) and introduces a trove of artistic gems within, while interior designer Peggy Bels demonstrates ingenious spatial planning in a 4,000 sq ft apartment (Pg 90) for a European couple’s art collection…

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luxurious surfaces

While natural stone surfaces bring a high level of luxury into the home, they are also expensive, high maintenance and unkind to the environment. For today’s savvy, eco-conscientious homeowners, Formica 180fx™ laminates are a superb alternative, emulating the look of natural stone with all the practical and durable advantages of a laminate. For an authentic aesthetic, Formica utilises an innovative printing technology that captures every nuance of natural stone – including exotic variants – in true scale and minus a pattern repetition. Silver Shalestone does this with a low-gloss sheen in a palette of warm and cool greys, while Fantasy Marble brings luxury to surfaces via a flowing pattern in pewter, sand, blue-grey and earthy browns. The unique brushed-and-polished finish provides a lightly dimpled surface with a tactile appeal. FORMICA (ASIA) LIMITED ROOM 1305-9, 13/F…

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highlight

ART SMART Art Central returns for its fourth year, boasting a boundary-pushing line-up of 102 contemporary art galleries that will showcase emerging and established artists from the Asia-Pacific region and beyond. Presented in partnership with United Overseas Bank, the fair will also run a series of educational workshops and initiatives to engage students, the public and underprivileged children. From 27 March to 1 April. artcentralhongkong.com BLOSSOM GARDEN Enliven your home for warmer seasons with H&M Home’s spring 2018 collection. The neutral palette of white, blush pink and beige are adorned with rich textural elements, contributing to a demure and subdued decoration scheme. Mix them with darker tones and natural materials for a refreshing oasis. hm.com ©Carlos Cruz-Diez, Physichromie 1928; image courtesy of Galería Cayón. ©Not Vital; image courtesy of Galerie Forsblom. ©Anne Samat, Alpha and Omega;…

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discover

BIG BLUE Hong Kong’s largest private museum, the Liang Yi Museum, presents The Blue Road: Mastercrafts from Persia, a new exhibition dedicated to telling the story of the colour blue in Persian art, as well as the impact the hue has had on artistic traditions in Asia and beyond. liangyimuseum.com TAKE A LOOK Add a touch of drama with Masquespacio’s Wink lamp for Houtique. The striking piece was borne out of the importance of observation to creative designs – it’s set to remind users to look back at history while focusing on the future. masquespacio.com ART ATTACK The Asia Contemporary Art Show will welcome over 80 galleries from Asia and the world, including artworks from Lithuania, Lebanon, South Korea, Russia, Peru, China and Mexico. Commencing on March 23, arts patrons and select guests will be welcomed at…