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Tatler Homes Singapore April 2017

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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editor’s note

Organic, sustainably sourced, eco-friendly—these words don’t just describe dishes on a menu, but many other products in the market today. From fashion to furniture, the green revolution touches every aspect of our lives. In a time when the effects of climate change are becoming profoundly perceptible, it’s even more crucial for us to consider the environmental impact of our actions. Greening our daily life is like trying to eat healthy—plenty of options abound, but temptation beckons and we often fall back on tired old habits. That’s why we’ve compiled a 12-page special report featuring the products, places and projects that can inspire you to adopt an eco-friendly lifestyle. Elsewhere in the magazine, we speak to Wong Mun Summ and Richard Hassell of WOHA, Maison&Objet Asia’s Designer of the Year 2017, about…

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contributors

Y-JEAN MUN-DELSALLE Y-Jean picks out the High Line, a park elevated above the streets of New York as a go-to spot: “As it is still being built, I make it a point to revisit each time I’m in the city, to witness its expansion and transformation.” For this issue, she profiles the multi-faceted career of French designer Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance, and the waterfront abode of architect Chad Oppenheim. MICHELE KOH MOROLLO Closer to home, the MacRitchie Reservoir Park is still Michele’s preferred park. She enthuses: “When I’m walking on one of the park’s forest trails, I feel like I’ve left the city and have been transported to another place.” In the following pages, Michele speaks to interior specialists on their take on eco-conscious furnishings, while curating her top finds for sustainable lighting and outdoor…

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editor’s picks

CREATURE COMFORTS Nestle in comfort on the iconic Tired Man chair of by Lassen, now upholstered in aniline leather. First designed by architect-designer Flemming Lassen in 1935, the chair is the epitome of hygge, that Danish obsession with getting cosy; the curved form of the voluminous armrests of the chair create a bear-like embrace that encircles the user. Available in three shades: natural, black and brown. bylassen.com WALL OF ART Transform any wall in your home instantly with stitched leather tiles from Studioart. The Italian leather interiors brand celebrates its 10th year in style with an anniversary collection created in collaboration with designers from around the world. Cover your walls with pastel geometric tiles by Italian product designer Giorgia Zanellato, the inventive, mathematically-inspired patterns by Hong Kong-based designer Elaine Yan or the kaleidoscopic…

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provençal bliss

What drew you to this commission? Provence has always been an aspirational destination for me and I’ve been mesmerised by its poetic sensibility. In 2013, I was invited by the owner of Château La Coste to visit his private vineyard and was overwhelmed by the way he celebrates art, architecture and wine. The thought of exploring a means to create destinations within his new property then came about. How did you combine architecture and gastronomy at Villa La Coste? My inspirations for the project stemmed from my instinctive perception of what felt appropriate in the context. My goal was to embrace the Provençal spirit in a contemporary and relevant way—the juxtaposition of textures and the purist quality of various intimate spaces was borne as a result of this exploration. Apart from the location, what…

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inspiring places

Chris Lee, founder of creative agency Asylum, is known for his inventive methods of adding a local touch to restaurant and store interiors, and branding. Most recently, his team was tasked to design an entire boutique hotel, The Warehouse Hotel (below). Here, the creative director reveals his favourite places in Singapore and beyond. NAOSHIMA “This art island in Japan is an excellent place for appreciating design. I visit Japan about five times a year, as the country is home to many of my favourite things and places, plus I know the local design scene very well.” THE INTERLACE “To have a vision so bold and simple as The Interlace is outstanding. Singapore had the reputation of having the best architects doing their worst work here; we had that label for a while. I think…

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drama king

What’s the most surprising thing about the design scene today? I think different disciplines in design are more integrated now than they were when I started. Art, fashion, design and architecture all seem to overlap a little more than they did 10 years ago, which I feel is a positive shift. Manufacturing in the UK is one of the major tenets of your brand. Which piece was the hardest to produce? As I work with so many different materials, every product has its challenges. I would say that the simplest pieces in my collection tend to be the most difficult to produce because we are making an effort to hide the seams and construction. This is very true of my Crescent light; there are some very complicated but hidden mechanics that make the…