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Tatler Homes Singapore February 2020

Tatler Homes Singapore not only showcases the top homes in Singapore and the region, but also reviews the best international interior design trends, appliances and accessories.

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Singapore
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English
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Tatler Asia Limited
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editor’s note

The start of a new year heralds opportunities for change, by revisiting the resolutions we have made the year before. If giving your home a design revamp is high on your list, get to it with the abodes and collections that we have lined up for you in this issue. These inspiring spaces combine streamlined design with pops of colour (page 84 onwards), proof that minimalist interiors need not equate to austere spaces devoid of character. Likewise our cover story on page 72 (also pictured above) is a soulful house, its owners careful to keep its historic elements intact while integrating antiques and personal mementos elegantly into its refreshed interior. If you’re looking to simply update the look of a specific area, like a bedroom for example, check out the essentials on…

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contributors & online

CLICK FOR INSPIRATION Inspiring destinations, beautiful interiors and the latest design trends to watch—peruse these and more on our website, singaporetatler.com LUO JINGMEI Jingmei was mentored at Ipli Architects, before her foray into publishing. The well-travelled writer speaks to Magnus Wästberg about his namesake lighting brand (page 34), while rediscovering old neighbourhoods in Tokyo (page 54). Back in Singapore, she details the inspiration behind two chic homes (page 72 and 114). MICHELE KOH MOROLLO Michele has always been a big fan of mid-century modern design—she enjoys exploring vintage furniture stores in Hong Kong, where she lives. She delves into the upholstery trends to watch this year (page 60), as well as the ways to craft a clutter-free bedroom that’s also a personalised haven (page 132). CHRISTOPHER DEWOLF The author of Borrowed Spaces: Life Between the Cracks of…

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editor’s picks

ENTICE AND DELIGHT Homegrown fashion label Ong Shunmugam charts a new milestone with the launch of its homeware line Suvarnabumi. Comprising 11 pieces inspired by Asian dining rituals and traditional tableware, the collection features flora and fauna motifs illustrated by founder Priscilla Shunmugam, which “breathe offbeat edge into predictable table settings”, as Shunmugam puts it. The tableware is produced by local brand Supermama and Japanese porcelain maker Kihara. Available at Ong Shunmugam; ongshunmugam.com Present Perfect Experience Los Angeles-based interior designer Kelly Wearstler’s well-crafted spaces at the Austin Proper Hotel in Austin, Texas. Inspired by its locale, the interiors of the property pair the rugged beauty of locally sourced natural materials with vintage rugs and accent pieces that reference the city’s cultural heritage. Two venues by McGuire Moorman Group, also decorated by Wearstler, continue…

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culinary feat

Founded in 1882 in Guastalla, a town in Emilia-Romagna, Italy, Bertazzoni has made a name for itself with quality engineering and a passion for food, while being true to its Italian roots. Its singular goal is to help avid cooks everywhere craft dishes with precision, flair and flavour with its products. The firm is looking to acquaint home cooks in Asia with its new range of built-in appliances, which includes an induction cooktop with an integrated hood, appliance layouts for Asian-style cooking, and a line of kitchen hobs. We speak to Nicola Bertazzoni, Bertazzoni’s vice-president of sales, on what makes the brand tick. How did the brand get started? In 1882, father-and-son (duo) Francesco and Antonio set up a factory making weighing scales, which was situated right in front of a train…

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northern lights

In the winter months, candles and small lamps are placed near the windows of many Scandinavian homes to create a cosy warmth and an uplifting mood. That’s why for most Nordic designers, the lamp is often among one of the first pieces they designed, making lighting collections a key part of their design history. These lighting pieces combine ingenuity with minimalist silhouettes in a variety of colours, shapes and materials that also answer to a number of requirements: bright and strong for cooking, reading and other tasks, or a more delicate glow for relaxing and chatting. Add a Nordic touch to your home with these elegant finds. CREATIVE THREADS Designed by Benjamin Hubert for Muuto, the Strand pendant lamp is also the first collaboration between the award-winning British designer and the Danish company.…

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tiles of style

Porcelain tiles can have myriad applications, as seen in this inspiring showroom. Designed in the style of luxury residences and hotel suites, the Florim flagship store in Singapore is the Italian brand’s first showroom in Asia; the porcelain and ceramic surface purveyor also has flagships in Milan, New York, Moscow and Frankfurt. The opening party was attended by architects, designers and brand partners from Singapore and around the world as well as members of the Italian embassy. The firm, which has over 50 years of history, is helmed by CEO Claudio Lucchese, who is the son of founder Giovanni Lucchese. Florim currently carries brands including Casa dolce casa – Casamood, Cerim, Floor Gres, Florim stone, Rex as well as Cedit – Ceramiche d’Italia, an interior decorative brand that it relaunched in…