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Vogue Living May/June 2018

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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Australia
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English
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News Life Media Pty Limited
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vogue living.com.au

MILAN HIGHLIGHTSEverything you need to know about Milan Design Week, from designer recaps to VL’s favourite new products.VOGUELIVING.COM.AU/MILANREPORTWONDER WALLSThe latest Osborne & Little wallpaper, available from Seneca, as well as decorating advice for how to successfully style with prints and patterns in the home.VOGUELIVING.COM.AU/DESIGNMARCEL’S PICKSMoooi co-founder and interior designer Marcel Wanders, who designed the Mondrian Doha hotel in Qatar (above), ponders the future of hotel design.VOGUELIVING.COM.AU/DESIGNSPANISH STYLEInterior designer Carlos Serra opens up his sun-soaked hideaway in Jávea, Spain, filled with objects from his travels.VOGUELIVING.COM.AU/INTERIORSTOP HOTELSFrom decadent Parisian spas to remote spots such as NZ’s Scrubby Bay beach house (above), travel experts reveal the best boutique hotels.VOGUELIVING.COM.AU/TRAVELVIDEOTake a tour inside the 18th-century palazzo apartment of Italian architect and sculptor Vincenzo de Cotiis in the heart of Milan.FOLLOW USVogue Living@voguelivingVogue LivingVogue Living…

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editor’s letter

The home office of designer Guillermo Santomà. (PHOTOGRAPHER: HELENIO BARBETTA)With our new editor Rebecca Caratti joining the team this month, this is the last of my editor’s letters for the magazine. I step into the role of editorial director of this beautiful title knowing that Rebecca will bring her formidable talents, vision and energy to steering Vogue Living forward and continuing the rich 50-year history that has made it so beloved worldwide.This month, we’re inspired by artists and artistic designers who have crafted wonderful living spaces that reflect their creativity and passions. The home of Spanish architect, artist and designer Guillermo Santomà, is beautifully described as ‘visual poetry’ (page 114). His sumptuous pink room, which adorns our cover, is the perfect balance of faded, old-world glamour meets modern, sculptural design.Vogue…

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contributors

(RACHEL KARA)Laura JonesSydney artist Laura Jones drew on her background as a florist when creating her artwork Space Dahlias (page 40). “My work has grown from a desire to express a love for nature — the process of painting beginning with the physical act of arranging flowers,” says Jones. “With this piece, I loved responding to a still life by transitioning the colour and form of the flowers and objects into a more abstract interpretation.” The holder of a master’s degree in art from UNSW Art & Design, Jones declares herself “inspired by Mother Nature” and is passionate in her efforts to impress a love of the environment onto her audience. Her most recent work engaged with climate change’s impact on coral and the mass coral bleaching of the Great…

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in vogue edit

OBSESS:It’s a quantum leap from van Gogh to the digital age, but the NGV takes on the evolution via 200 works of art and design from New York’s Museum of Modern Art, including this beauty, No 3/No 13 by Mark Rothko. MoMA at NGV, 9 June–7 October. ngv.vic.gov.auSWOON:Creative director Stéphane Parmentier’s handmade leather creations for Italy’s Giobagnara, such as the Bivio console (left), celebrate the joy of contrasts, pairing heritage with a sharp graphic edge. beckerminty.comSCULPT:Made from 28 layers of topographically inspired Caesarstone, the steam-emitting White Attica 5143 is a conceptual take on the kitchen island. Showing at Milan Design Week in April, it forms part of the quartz company’s 2018 collaboration with New York design practice Snarkitecture. caesarstone.com.auEXPLORE:Melburnians rejoice. Exponent of fine Scandinavian design Fred International has brought its Nordic aesthetic to…

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armadillo & co

Jodie: I moved to LA from Australia 10 years ago. We’ve just opened our flagship store in Beverly Hills. Australians are similar to Southern Californians — their aesthetics are both dictated by climate and a relaxed lifestyle.Sally: Jodie and I design all the collections together. Based in Adelaide, I am surrounded by natural beauty and this definitely informs our work.Jodie: We match our artisans [in India] with the designs and weaves. If we’ve designed a soumak rug, we’ll seek out someone trained in that field. I have a deep love of India and its people. We’ve built up quite a close-knit community. armadillo-co.comILLUMINATE:British designer Lee Broom’s celestial lighting arrives in April, exclusively at Space Furniture. His new collection, Observatory, launches at Milan Design Week and will join works such as…

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imitation of life

Sea, Surf and Fun silk scarf, $695, from Hermès. Moser panel cut crystal vase in Alex Green, $5400, from Conley & Co. Small brass bud vase, $115, from Dinosaur Designs. Vintage Japanese ceramic vase, $290, from Planet. Bitossi Ceramiche Rocchetto vase by Ettore Sottsass, $2200, from Macleay on Manning. Diptyque large Tubéreuse candle, $359, from Mecca. Sputnik decoration, $290, from Contents International Design. Alfredo vase in green, $225, from Georg Jensen. Small copper glaze vase by Nikki Dowdell, $65, from Jam Factory. Svante water can, $195, from Great Dane. Saint Laurent Freja sandals in Canard Blue, $1435, from Parlour X. COVERING TABLE: Entice velvet in Cerulean, enquiries to Warwick. ON WALL: Low-sheen paint in St Helena with French Wash in Bergamot, from Porter’s Paints.(ARTWORK PHOTOGRAPHED BY NIGEL LOUGH)Untitled still life…

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