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Tatler Homes Singapore December 2019

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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1 min.
editor’s note

An ending also marks a new beginning—with 2020 fast approaching, we make time for both festive jubilation and retrospection through stories that celebrate design across the disciplines. Earlier this year, we spoke to some of the most brilliant minds in the industry during Milan Design Week, including Antonio Citterio (above) and Philippe Starck (right); they reflect on their most cherished collaborations while sharing pearls of design wisdom (page 92). Backed by time-tested knowledge, Italian furniture companies Giorgetti, Frag and Kartell demonstrate their fitnesse with materials in their collections (page 50); learn more about the heritage of these brands and their future plans. Nature, in all its ephemeral forms, continues to shape our creative imagination. Delight in mesmerising lighting collections influenced by natural phenomena (page 44) and read more about how the boundless…

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contributors & online

CLICK FOR INSPIRATION Inspiring interiors, the latest decor trends and stunning destinations—peruse these and more on our website, singaporetatler.com LUO JINGMEI After completing her Master of Architecture degree at the National University of Singapore, Jingmei was mentored at Ipli Architects, before her love of the written word inspired her foray into publishing. This issue, she discusses the work of architecture firm LWK + Partners (page 60) and the super penthouse designed by SuMisura (page 140). 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. Be inspired by her selection of nature-inspired lights (page 44) and the tips she has gleaned from designers on crafting an open-plan living room (page 168) and a gourmet kitchen (page 172). LYNN TAN Trained as an…

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editor’s picks

STYLISH FOUNDATION Add pizzazz to your rooms with this fashion-influenced flooring collection from Swedish design firm Bolon. The brand’s vibrant new collection of woven floor panels features the polychromatic patterns from the Italian fashion house Missoni; key pieces include the iconic zigzag motif that Missoni is known for, as well as Optical, a pattern featuring interlocking arches. Available at Xtra; xtra.com.sg GREEN INTENTION Designed by Thomas Pedersen for Houe, the Falk chair marries its modern look with an eco-conscious approach. The seat features a lightweight frame produced using plastic recycled from household waste. Choose between either the powder-coated metal pedestal and the oiled oak legs; an optional seat pad can be included for extra comfort. Houe is available at P5 Studio; p5.com.sg Artistic Flair Discover some surprising connections between the worlds of art and architecture…

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verdant influence

1. Cassina Bramante storage unit by Kazuhide Takahama, from Space Furniture 2. Kartell Bellissima suspension lamps by Ferruccio Laviani, from Lifestorey and Space Furniture 3. Singes et Perroquets wallpaper, from Pierre Frey 4. Chapeau chair by Roberto Tapinassi & Maurizio Manzoni, from Roche Bobois 5. Ardecora Magico upholstery fabric by Zimmer+Rohde, from Cetec 6. Diesel Living with Moroso AeroZeppelin sofas by Joel Matthias Henry, from Xtra 7, 8. Arflex Vela screen by Bernhardt&Vella, Rubycon cabinet by Claesson Koivisto Rune and Sigmund bench by Studio Asai, from Space Furniture 9. Dedon Seax chair by Jean-Marie Massaud, from Xtra…

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charmed life

Imagine living just four minutes away from the Botanic Gardens, Singapore’s first UNESCO World Heritage site, or enjoying a short nine-minute drive to the Orchard Road shopping belt. Located at the heart of Singapore’s District 10, Wilshire Residences is a sleek and tranquil addition to the neighbourhood. HOLISTIC HAVENS Jointly developed by Tong Eng Group and Roxy Pacific Holdings, this freehold development seeks to elevate urban living with a variety of amenities and lush greenery. With its stunning tower block and dual drop-off entrance, it makes a winning first impression. Step inside and you’ll discover a host of verdant gardens integrated throughout the property. The carefully crafted amenities add to the sense of refined luxury. Take a dip in the Waterfall sensory spa and the 25m-long swimming pool, work out at the outdoor…

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shine on

1. Armani Casa by Rubelli Nice and Nola upholstery textiles, from Altfield Interiors 2. Lee Broom Eclipse chandelier, from Space Furniture 3. Hamilton Conte Iwatani floor lamp and Biscornet storage cabinet, from Marquis QSquare 4. Ardecora Sabbia upholstery fabric by Zimmer+Rohde, from Cetec 5. SP01 Michelle dining chair and Mohana side table by Tim Rundle, from Space Furniture 6. Molteni&C D.154.2 armchair by Gio Ponti, from P5 7. Canotier cocktail table by Joel Escalona, from Roche Bobois 8. Bangle coffee table by Rodolfo Dordoni, from Minotti 9,10. Visionnaire Presence sofa by Steve Leung and Hamilton Conte Atanasio pouf, from Marquis QSquare 11. Stellar Works Bund side table by Neri&Hu, from P5 Studio…