Vogue Living

Vogue Living September - October 2016

Vogue Living tells stories that engage, fascinate and excite, weaving together a myriad of influences that inspire our lives, be it cultural trends, arts and architecture, a new secret find around the corner, a far flung destination, or a privileged glimpse into a private and compelling world. Interiors, spaces and places, here or there, come vividly to life through their inhabitants and the lens of the camera. Beauty is paramount.

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sitting pretty

Studio Twocan CREATIVE STUDIO “The Bouroullec brothers have produced a timeless piece with integrity and longevity, and this is something we strive for in our work. Our intent is to inject an unusual twist with our signature material, cement. This will intensify the industrial aesthetic, adding a sense of weight to the delicate design.” Australian retailer Cult invited 16 local creatives to reimagine the wrought-iron-framed chair dreamed up by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Italian brand Magis, which this year celebrates its 40th anniversary. Here, some of the chosen designers share their ideas. Tracey Deep SCULPTOR “I’m inspired by the shape and lines of the ‘Officina’ chair. I would transform it by adding texture with the right recycled materials. I always find the magical, playful and whimsical more important for work. It gives soul…

4 min
king & conqueror

Jeremy King cuts a fine figure as he makes his daily rounds at any one of his seven highly regarded restaurants in London, from The Wolseley on Piccadilly to Chelsea local Colbert. He is warm and reassuring as he greets guests with a handshake or light banter about their visit — the personal touch synonymous with the restaurant group he runs with Chris Corbin, which rose to fame in the 1990s with The Ivy and Le Caprice. It’s now at the heart of the pair’s first hotel venture, The Beaumont, which opened two years ago in sophisticated Mayfair. “Put your heart into it, give it soul, treat guests like we want to be treated” has been the ethos of Corbin & King for 35 years, echoed here in every last detail.…

1 min
beyond the blue horizon

6 min
skye mcalpine’s venezia segreto

Venice is the triumph of form over function,’’ says Skye McAlpine as she steps from a gondola and into the Rialto market, basket in hand. It is a scene worthy of Luchino Visconti’s 1971 movie Death in Venice: a beautiful young woman with an old-world aura going about her daily business amid absurd Rococo splendour. Yet it is also a vision that a cynic might argue could not possibly bear any resemblance to the modern reality of living in this erstwhile city turned “living museum’’. Because, in truth, who actually lives in Venice? At any given noon, cruise ships spew crowds onto the cobblestones and the canals might as well be turnstiles. Barring the periods when the Biennale or the famous film festival roll into town, is Venice now simply…

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profile: arthur seigneur

THE HISTORY OF STRAW MARQUETRY reads like a tale of artisanal rags-to-riches. Wood marquetry’s poor cousin, the labour-intensive practice of flattening out straw to create inlays and veneers was a pastime deemed acceptable for cloistered nuns in 17th-century France as well as prisoners during the Napoleonic Wars, who used straw to decorate small boxes. Then, in the 1920s, furniture designers André Groult, Jean Royère and Jean-Michel Frank reinvigorated the art to dazzling effect, focusing on broad surface decorations such as folding screens, doors and cabinets (Frank’s apartment on rue de Verneuil was covered entirely in straw marquetry). Most recently there’s Lison de Caunes, Groult’s granddaughter, who rescued straw marquetry from the precipice of oblivion in the 1970s and now counts Jacques Grange and Peter Marino as clients — the latter having…