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Singapore Tatler Homes

June 2019

Singapore Tatler Homes not only showcases the top homes in Singapore and the region, but also reviews the best international interior design trends, appliances and accessories.

Country:
Singapore
Language:
English
Publisher:
Edipresse Media Hong Kong Ltd
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Editorial Editor-in-Chief KISSA CASTAñEDA Managing Editor HONG XINYING Editorial Services Manager ETHEL LEE Contributors MARIA CHIARA ANTONINI, DAPHNE CHEN-CORDEIRO, CHRISTOPHER DEWOLF, ANDRE FROIS, HONG XINYI, LOUISA CLARE LIM, LUO JING MEI, LEANNE MIRANDILLA, MICHELE KOH MOROLLO, JERENA NG, POLLY SWEET, KAREN TEE Advertising General Manager–Commercial STEPHANIE TAY Associate Account Director CHRISTINE SIPIN Art and Photography Senior Art Director, EMS MATILDA AU Senior Art Director KHAIRUL ALI Contributing Photographers JULIAN ABRAMS, FRANCIS AMIAND, ROGER DAVIES, ROBERTO GENNARI FELSIKENIAN, BENNY LOH, FABIAN ONG, JASPER YU Production and Traffic Production and Traffic Director GRACE LIM Production Executive MAY TAN Traffic Executive JANE LAU Edipresse Media Asia Chairman and CEO MICHEL LAMUNIèRE CFO, Asia IDA CHEUNG CCO, Asia and MD–Edipresse Media Hong Kong SEAN FITZPATRICK Head of Generation T, Asia TAMARA LAMUNIèRE Global Artistic Director JOE ZEE Chief Content Officer DANICA LO Regional Financial Controller ERIC FOO Regional IT Manager MARK TAM Edipresse Group Chairman PIERRE LAMUNIèRE CFO & COO MICHEL…

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editor’s note

Travel has long fired the imagination. Throughout history, many adventurers have embarked on life-changing expeditions that broaden the mind. While our personal journeys may not have the epic scope of literary odysseys, the modern traveller can easily attest to the irresistible allure of wanderlust. In this issue, we discuss the myriad ways travel can change our visual perspective and shape the ways in which we design our homes. The annual Milan Design Week is a rich source of inspiration for designers and homeowners alike; we covered the fair and discovered trend-setting collections in our report (pages 44 and 74). Elsewhere, our well-travelled writers explore the revitalised waterfront districts in London, Hong Kong and New York (page 68). These former industrial sites are becoming vibrant neighbourhoods filled with creative initiatives to inspire…

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contributors & online

CLICK FOR INSPIRATION Discover stunning homes, the latest design trends and amazing destinations to travel to. Find these and more online at our website, singaporetatler.com CHRISTOPHER DEWOLF The author of Borrowed Spaces: Behind the Cracks of Modern Hong Kong, Christopher writes about urbanism, architecture, design and culture. In this issue, he profiles the work of the late designer Alessandro Mendini, whose influential oeuvre blurred the boundaries between art and design (page 62). LOUISA CLARE LIM Louisa is an interior designer and writer who loves learning about the world and seeing it in new perspectives. Her travels provide ample inspiration—she shortlists the ways you can bring elements of New York, Paris and Tokyo into your home (page 152), while picking out the bathroom trends spotted at ISH Frankfurt (page 156). MICHELE KOH MOROLLO Michele is a big fan…

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editor’s picks

HISTORIC BEAUTY A former theatre has been transformed into The Hoxton Portland, a new American boutique property designed in response to the building’s past life and the city’s thriving arts scene. The public areas of the Portland hotel have been revitalised by Fettle to incorporate the original wooden columns, old plaster finishes, and textured concrete with the architectural elements of its new extension; a plush mix of mohair, velvet, dark wood and leather complete its handsome look. thehoxton.com STYLISH DIVISION Now available bigger than ever, the sculptural look of the Shanghai bookcase by Bavuso Giuseppe from Alivar creates an instant visual impact; its large proportions makes it suitable as a room divider too. Measuring 3.12m in length and 2.37m in height, this new edition features a painted black or heat-treated outer frame that’s paired…

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lounge in style

When Jaime Hayón’s collaboration with Fritz Hansen first started in 2011, it came as a surprise to pundits and even the Spanish designer himself. “It’s been a very intense relationship,” admits Hayón. “I was supposed to be the person that would definitely not fit the company when they met me. I was too wild, too crazy.” Fast-forward to today, this unexpected pairing has since proven to be a winning partnership. Since then, Hayón has created collections that tap into the brand’s furniture-making repertoire while embracing his joyful aesthetic. Most recently, the Madrid-born designer created a series of showrooms for the brand in Asia, including its Singapore flagship (pictured above). “I try to create an atmosphere that has the feeling of being in a hotel or a home,” he explains. It’s about…

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capital of style

STAY SAVONA 18 SUITES A once-abandoned building gets a new lease of life as a boutique hotel. The residential-style interior by the Italian architect and Memphis co-founder Aldo Cibic creates an intimate atmosphere while preserving its authentic Milanese flavour, combining the retro charm of the structure with contemporary decor. Animated with pops of colour, its lovely open-air courtyard is as stunning as its vibrant interior. savona18suites.it DRINK CAFFÈ FERNANDA Dedicated to Fernanda Wittgens—the first female director of the Pinacoteca di Brera gallery during the Second World War—this cafe is an ideal place for a coffee break in Brera design district. Designed by Rgastudio, its interior features precious details in brass and marble, with an Italian touch conveyed through the original masterpieces on its walls. pinacotecabrera.org SHOP SIX GALLERY Curated by David Lopez Quincoces and Fanny Bauer Grung—the duo…

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