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Tatler Homes Singapore Dec 2016

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.
editor’s note

“This world is but a canvas to our imagination” said Henry David Thoreau. For artists, architects and interior designers alike, these words ring even truer today. With the myriad innovations and tools at our disposal—from slick 3D printers to perfectly imperfect hand-crafted tapestries—imagination is the only limit to creation. However, while there is an insatiable appetite for art and design, there is also a growing homogenisation of taste. Perpetuated by globalisation, social media and the commercialisation of craft, a home in Stockholm and Singapore could theoretically look the same. That is why, it is becoming even more important to infuse character and a distinct point of view into your space. It is, overall, the utmost expression of personal style. In this issue of Singapore Tatler Homes, we highlight spaces teeming with creative…

1 min.
contributors

ROSSARA JAMIL FEATURES WRITER Rossara Jamil is relentless when it comes to sussing out luxe finds and interior design trends. In addition to speaking with and profiling designers, architects and artists, her portfolio includes coverage of lifestyle, travel and luxury trends around the world. YONG WOEI NA STYLIST Having spent the past 14 years working with various interiors, high society, food and fashion publications, Yong Woei Na’s expertise ranges from styling jewellery and interiors to food and weddings spreads. This avid cook enjoys experimenting with new recipes in her free time. CAI HUIXIN PHOTOGRAPHER A member of Calibre Pictures, Cai Huixin is one of Singapore’s leading female photographers specialising in interiors and architecture. Her passion lies in getting the perfect shot, both in and out of the studio. Her hobbies include diving and yoga. LYNN TAN FEATURES WRITER Trained as an…

5 min.
editor’s picks

SPACE BETWEEN Since being appointed creative director of Molteni&C and Dada last April, Belgian designer Vincent Van Duysen has been busy shaping the future of the brand. Experience his vision come to life at the newly-launched Molteni Home in Tokyo, the first showroom design of Van Duysen. Located atop the Molteni&C flagship store in Minami-Aoyama, the showroom spans over 1,000sqft and evokes Van Duysen’s signature warm minimalism. The streamlined shell houses work from frequent Molteni&C collaborators including Patricia Urquiola, Foster+Partners, Ron Gilad as well as their newest collections such as the VVD kitchen, the 505 storage system, Chelsea chairs, the Paul sofa, and the Miss armchair. For more information, visit molteni.it IN GOOD LIGHT Lighting plays a crucial part in spatial design, not only in providing illumination but also in delighting the senses…

1 min.
display tactics

POLIFORM WALL SYSTEM This freestanding, modular system allows many configurations and full customisation—from materials to colours and finishing—making it ideal for any space. Price on application, available at Space BIBLIO SHELF BY PORADA Porada’s Canaletto walnut bookcase has generously-sized shelves that allow one to display prized objects alongside favourite tomes. $19,672, available at Marquis QSquare THEO SHELVES Combining colonial charm with industrial references, these solid oak shelves can be installed with a desk or with bars for multiple storage options. Price on application, available at Journey East SET SYSTEM BOOKCASE This has a sliding ladder to help reach the highest shelves, with mirrored back panels and sliding doors that bring light to the whole module. Price on application, available at King Living KARTELL’S POPWORM BOOKCASE This successor to the Bookworm combines creativity with technology, giving rise to a curvy…

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natural affinty

As natural light is the source of life, natural life has been the inspiration for some of the most beautiful lighting pieces in the world. Whether it’s an elaborate chandelier sculpted like a blooming flower, an elegant pendant light shaped after a sea creature or a chic, minimalist wall sconce designed after a celestial phenomenon, these exceptional lighting pieces lend a touch of the great outdoors to your living spaces. ARTEMIDE CHLOROPHILIA Designed by Ross Lovegrove, Chlorophilia is an exquisite lighting piece that is more art installation than lamp. The lightweight suspension light consists of a central body that emits indirect light that is filtered and refracted by three clear, leaf-shaped surfaces arranged above it in a partially overlapping sunburst display. The effect is a stunningly scenic play of light that recalls the…

2 min.
the science of sleep

There is no dearth of furniture purveyors in Singapore, with each store carrying unique brands for the discerning homeowner. Standing out from the pack, however, is home-grown furniture and furnishing concept store HomesToLife, which offers a fresh perspective on shopping for essentials that help transform a house into a home. HomesToLife recently unveiled its newest flagship store on Mohamed Sultan Road, and is set to officially launch the HomesToLife Dream Sphere, encompassing a full range of sleep products for the entire family. DREAMING BIG Envisioned as an environment for relaxation, Dream Sphere will offer a distinct experience, aptly named the “Kokunn” concept. Much like a cocoon, it will feature a carefully curated range of well-designed, intrinsically functional products with a focus on complete solutions to enhance sleep. Says senior manager Phua Bowen, “We…