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Singapore Tatler Homes February 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.

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Singapore
Language:
English
Publisher:
Edipresse Media Hong Kong Ltd
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editor’s note

During my recent visit to the Stedelijk Museum Amsterdam in the Netherlands, what left an indelible impression was the Rem Koolhaas-designed wing. Entitled Stedelijk Base, it showcases art and design from 1880 to the present day, within an open space sectioned by slim steel screens. I marvelled at how influential works from the De Stijl movement were displayed (as pictured above), while in another corner, an array of Eames-designed chairs sat next to a Yves Klein painting in vivid blue. Inspired by the exhibition’s unconventional spatial design, we have shortlisted beautiful homes around the world that successfully combine design with art. As these abodes show, the secret ingredient lies in injecting an element of the unexpected. In our cover story (page 84), a Parisian apartment pairs its minimalist interior architecture with…

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contributors & online

CLICK FOR INSPIRATION Discover stunning homes, the latest design trends, as well as stunning destinations to travel to. Find these and more online at our newly revamped website, singaporetatler.com MICHELE KOH MOROLLO Michele is a big fan of Mid-Century Modern design—she enjoys scouring through vintage furniture stores in Hong Kong, where she now lives. To bring an artistic flair to your interior, flip to page 40 to browse Michele’s selection of lighting pieces that draw inspiration from the art world. LOUISA CLARE LIM Wearing the hats of an interior designer, stylist and writer, Louisa loves learning about the world and seeing it in different perspectives. In this issue, she gathers tips from gallerists and designers on how you can decorate your home with art (page 122) and the stylish ways to personalise your kitchen (page…

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editor’s picks

EASY RECLINE Italian furniture purveyor Chateau d’Ax has opened its Singapore outpost, featuring collections that pair its Mid-Century inspiration with various modern configurations. With collections created by leading designers the likes of Cini Boeri and Karim Rashid, the brand is known for pairing its sofas’ streamlined design with remote-controlled reclining seats to create comfortable, generously-proportioned seating for the modern family. Chateau d’Ax is located at 390 Orchard Road, #01-01 Palais Renaissance; admoreliving.com Pattern Play Bring a touch of fashion icon Iris Apfel’s irreverent style to your dinner service. Created in collaboration with Nude glassware, the collection features three pieces that pay tribute to the nonagenarian’s penchant for patterns. Top picks include the colourful set of the Beak carafe, tumbler and the Mono Box vases. nudeglass.com JEWEL CRUSH The work of Milan-based designer Serena Confalonieri, the…

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design march

4-17 MAR SINGAPLURAL Held at the National Design Centre, the exhibition will showcase interdisciplinary collaborations between brands and local studios. 5-7 MAR BRAINSTORM DESIGN The three-day conference will be centred around the themes of vision, empathy, and scale; notable speakers include Beijing-based architect Ole Scheeren and Dyson CEO James Rowan. 9-12 MAR INTERNATIONAL FURNITURE FAIR SINGAPORE To be held at the Sands Expo and Convention Centre this year, the fair will feature over 19,000 retailers from 90 countries worldwide; the Urban Asia section will feature innovative solutions for urban living.…

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parisian checklist

BRACH PARIS Designed by French architect Philippe Starck, this boutique hotel in the 16th arrondissement features 59 rooms and suites designed in the style of a glasshouse. Visit the rooftop bar (seen above) for tipples and enjoy panoramic views of the Eiffel tower from its expansive terrace. brachparis.com BEEFBAR PARIS The first French outpost of Beefbar is now in Paris, with enchanting interiors thoughtfully restored and decorated by Monaco-based practice Humbert and Poyet. The glamorous brasserie (pictured on page 77) pairs its original Art Deco and Art Nouveau details with a decadent mix of velvet and jewel-like tones. paris.beefbar.com LE CORBUSIER’S STUDIO APARTMENT The design legend’s Parisian residence has been reopened to the public after a two-year renovation. The work of Le Corbusier and his frequent collaborator Pierre Jeanneret, the apartment is located within Immeuble…

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above it all

Think of skiing in Asia and Japan’s Niseko region is easily top of mind. This pristine slice of alpine paradise is celebrated for its stunning scenery as well as rich culture that attract travellers from around the world. It’s no surprise that development in Niseko has increased in the last decade, and the latest statement has been made by Skye Niseko—a new high-end ski-in, ski-out resort that promises guests the most comfortable home on the slopes. Located within a Japanese national park, its 105 apartments and penthouses maximise views and provide easy access with ski runs on either side of the resort. We speak to Lucas Fuller, CEO of Summit Developments, who tells us more behind this landmark development, which is part of The Luxe Nomad portfolio. Skye Niseko was eight…

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