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Tatler Homes Singapore

Tatler Homes Singapore June 2018

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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contributors

ANGELA LOW Angela writes about everything from business to the arts, and aspires to be as profound as music critic Lester Bangs, and as prolific as American author Stephen King. In this issue, she learns more about how an elegant waltz inspired the interior scheme of a project by Dwell Interior Design (page 134). MICHELE KOH MOROLLO A big fan of Mid-Century Modern design, Michele enjoys scouring through vintage and reissue furniture stores in Hong Kong where she now resides. In this issue, she picks out easy ways to bring the pastel trend into your home (page 170), while sourcing for lighting pieces inspired by the realms of fantasy and science fiction (page 48). KIM REYES After toiling in the New York fashion industry, Kim worked as a journalist in Singapore for 10 years. She…

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editor’s note

The late great Steve Jobs said: “Design is not just what it looks like and feels like. Design is how it works.” These words still ring true, whether it’s a design concept, a home appliance or even a chair; function still rules as good design enhances the way we live. In this issue of Singapore Tatler Homes, we shine the spotlight on outstanding designs fresh out of Salone del Mobile 2018, one of the world’s most anticipated design events showcasing the latest offerings in furniture, lighting and in kitchens. French luxury brand Hermès unveiled its new home collection in an impressive purpose-built exhibition at La Permanente. The cavernous space was divided into seven rooms bathed in glossy hues made up of 150,000 zellige tiles specially created in Morocco. These set the…

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editor’s picks

VICTORIAN BLOOMS Painterly florals and lustrous tones of coral, green, blue and gold define the design of the Camellia collection from 1838 Wallcoverings. Named after its year of founding, the English heritage brand celebrates its storied history with a collection of wallpapers inspired by the Victorian era, which instantly adds a touch of old-world romance to your abode. Available at Altfield Interiors; altfield.com MINDFUL LIVING Enjoy the simple pleasures of afternoon tea with the new Korai collection. Comprising a tea set, bamboo basket and glassware, Korai pairs traditional basketry, porcelain and glass-making techniques with clean lines and handmade details. The glass tumblers feature a wave-like texture that’s pleasant to the touch, while porcelain plates are clad in a calming array of blues and neutral tones. Available at Huls Gallery Singapore; huls.com.sg FANTASTIC BEASTS Czech glass…

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house of style

GLOBAL TAPESTRY Inspired by the rich traditions of textile making, Loewe creative director Jonathan Anderson and his team scoured the globe for skilled artisans to craft each of these intricate pieces for its home collection. Subtle cues to its Spring Summer 2018 womenswear collection can also be seen in the decorative details, which were influenced by natural beauty of wildlife and the Andes mountain range in South America. loewe.com PETITE WONDER The new Les Petits Nomades collection by Louis Vuitton comprises pieces designed as a gift or a new objet d’art to collect. Created in collaboration with leading design names such as Atelier Oï (their origami flowers pictured above), these decorative objects utilise the maison’s savoir faire while celebrating its signature monogram. louisvuitton.com GARDEN FESTIVAL Marni continues its work with Colombian artisans to produce an…

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child’s play

Was it ever your intention to join the family business? No, never. My father, Dominique Soulard, was of the opinion that we should do what we want to do, and decide if we would like to join the company full-time. It’s been 18 years since I joined Gautier, and my brother David Soulard is now overseeing the company as the chief executive officer. My father is always pushing for good communication—while David makes the final decisions, we do discuss these decisions together. Although we don’t work in the same department, it’s always good to share ideas. What makes Gautier so unique? The strength of Gautier lies in our focus on quality furniture for children. The company was started in 1958 in Vendée, France, by Patrice Gautier, who had the vision to specialise in…

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wabi-sabi

1. B&B Italia Eda-Mame sofa by Piero Lissoni, from Space Furniture 2. Drop System chandelier by Lindsey Edelman, from Lindseyadelman.com 3. Oceania wallpaper, from Calicowallpaper.com 4 & 5. New Japan rug by Chiara Andreatti, from Cc-tapis.com 5. Ferreira de Sá rug by Frank Gehry, from Studio216 6. Kintsugi dinner plates, from Seletti.it 7. Poliform Wallace armchair by Jean-Louis Massaud, from Space Furniture 8. Driade Moon armchair and stool, from Marquis HnC 9. Poliform Dama side tables, from Space Furniture…