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Tatler Homes Singapore April 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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2 min.
mindful living

A well-designed abode is not only a labour of love. It’s also a sanctuary that provides the solace we seek, particularly in times of uncertainty, when working from home and telecommuting have become the norm. As such, we’ve shortlisted homes and collections for this issue that have been designed to improve your well being and recharge both your mind and body. Start with the small things. Add a cheerful touch with yellow accent pieces (page 52) and peruse the latest outdoor collections (page 58) that encourage you to relax and take in some fresh air. Then, recreate the elements of your favourite spas and resorts at home with the newest bathroom trends (page 62). With more of us spending time indoors, take the opportunity to incorporate greenery into your dwelling. Air plants…

3 min.

ASIH JENIE Born and educated in Indonesia, Asih Jenie loves good stories and lives to tell them. Currently based in Singapore, she has degrees in architecture and visual communication design but prefers to earn her keep by writing; she’s also a fan of cats, spicy dishes and everything handmade. In this issue, she discusses the creative intent behind KGID’s stylish penthouse project (page 164) as well as Design Intervention’s playfully glamorous apartment (page 140). MICHELE KOH MOROLLO Based in Hong Kong, Michele Koh Morollo is a Singaporean journalist who has been writing about architecture and design for over two decades. She works for publications in Singapore, Hong Kong, Australia and the US, and was a contributor to the Boutique Homes: Handpicked Vacation Rentals coffee table book. In this issue, she picks out outdoor…

4 min.
tatler homes scene

SURF’S UP In designing the Surf modular sofa system for Molteni&C | Dada, Canadian studio Yabu Pushelberg looked to the seas for inspiration. “With Surf, we sat in a beach house looking at the waves, and then we started to sketch them. The final design has that kind of fluidity and undulation to it,” say George Yabu and Glenn Pushelberg, co-founders of the firm. The collection combines curvaceous forms with a sloping backrest that makes the sofa both ergonomic and elegant. Available at P5, p5.com.sg NEW WAVE The work of Raw Edges, the Herringbone collection from Vitra features hand-made detailing that is unique to each item. The ceramic pieces are immersed in layers of glaze in mint, sand, green or yellow, resulting in a pattern that is dependent on the dipping angle as well…

1 min.
home and away

BAHA MAR RESIDENCES The Bahamas Invest in a slice of paradise at the Baha Mar, which offers one-bedroom ocean-view residences to six-bedroom villas run by iconic brands SLS and Rosewood. Owners enjoy amenities such as access to 72-par Royal Blue, Jack Nicklaus Signature golf course and are also eligible for residency at The Bahamas. residences.bahamar.com BAWAH RESERVE Indonesia Two years since its opening, this eco-conscious resort in Indonesia’s Anambas archipelago is launching Elang Private Residence, set on a separate island for maximum privacy. It features six cliffside lodges that guests can book solo; the entire island can also be completely booked out. bawahreserve.com SONEVA FUSHI Maldives The pioneer of barefoot luxury, Soneva marks its 25th anniversary by offering two private residences in the pristine stretch of Baa Atoll. Both villas are designed with its sustainable approach and sold…

1 min.
find your zen

Is there a better place to immerse yourself in Japanese traditions than in the ancient capital of Kyoto? While it’s one of the country’s most popular tourist destinations, the city has only recently seen an increase in design-driven hotels—from the opening of Aman Kyoto in late 2019 to the upcoming launches of Ace Hotel Kyoto and Hotel The Mitsui Kyoto, designed by Kengo Kuma and Andre Fu respectively. For those looking for a more local experience, the starting point is to find a machiya—a traditional Kyoto townhouse. Enter Maana Homes, a start-up hospitality brand founded by an interior designer and creative director who wanted to create vacation homes that marry style, substance, and a strong sense of place. “We look for homes with character and properties with intrinsic qualities such as…

1 min.
mix it up

INDUSTRY+ SOFT CHAIR by Nathan Yong, from industryplus.com.sg Clad in a super-slim layer of marble and fabricated by MM Galleri, this chair is one of the visual highlights of the Eclecticism collection that Industry+ plans to present later this year. “Soft defies our expectations of marble furniture with its fluid yet strong curves,” says Ee. ARTEK ROPE CHAIR by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, from Vitra This seat pairs the solidity of its steel frame with the pliability of the flax rope used on its back and armrests. Explains Ee: “It’s a clever play of tension between flexible rope and stiff steel tubes.” GEOLOGY MIRROR by CCKW, from thefutureperfect.com This piece features various stones UV-bonded to a piece of glass. Silver-nitrate solution and a layer of black paint are applied to enhance reflectivity. “CCKW captures the poetic motion of…