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Hong Kong Tatler Homes

Hong Kong Tatler Homes June - Issue 9

Hong Kong Tatler Homes is an exciting new addition to the Tatler Asia family, showcasing the Tatler lifestyle at home. The annual magazine is packed with lavish interiors from around the world - with a particular focus on Asia and Hong Kong - as well as luxury items for the home and the latest high-end design trends.

國家/地區:
Hong Kong SAR China
語言:
English
出版商:
Tatler Asia Limited
頻率:
Biannually
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editor’ s note

To think outside the box is a lot easier said than done, and the thought of working outside our comfort zone sends many of us running in the opposite direction. But innovative thinking can certainly lead to impressive results. Look at Kelly Hoppen’s new home in London, the subject of our cover story (p.66). Before refurbishment, it was a disused auction house with few dividing walls and numerous structural columns. Hoppen turned these features to her advantage, creating an elegant home with a vast open-plan living and dining area perfect for entertaining, the columns framing the space and adding a cathedral-like quality. For our Cabinets of Curiosities photo shoot (p.42), we took antique storage units and adapted them in ways to suit a modern home. A stately filing cabinet with alphabetically…

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treasure trove

SEEN AT SALONE DEL MOBILE TRUE TO BLUE Moroso’s Cloudscape Natural Orgy chair—part of its Diesel Living with Moroso collaboration—is covered in jacquard fabric that has images of military aircraft, ancient statues, leopards, philodendron leaves, chains and more woven into it. The eclectic pattern adds a vintage aesthetic to the fabric, hinting at elements inspired by the Victorian era and the ’70s, all framed within the contemporary, clean lines of the armchair. Available at Lane Crawford. moroso.it; lanecrawford.com STAY SEATED Pedrali made a splash with its Vic collection by Patrick Norguet and its Dome chairs by Odo Fioravanti. The Vic chairs (pictured) feature a geometric design and can be upholstered in fabric or leather, supported by legs made of ash wood. Made of glass fibrereinforced polypropylene, the Dome pieces are all about the curves—a…

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an open book

For fans of… Chinese art AI WEIWEI (Taschen) You’ve got an impressive collection of Chinese contemporary art, but an Ai Weiwei? Well, that may even be beyond you—although only because the Tate Modern and MoMA picked up every piece from his last sale. But fret not; instead of his art, get his book. Alongside his renowned installations, Ai Weiwei remains a cultural magnet, celebrated for his political activism. This book delves into his infamous past in a series of essays by old friends and a variety of Chinese cultural experts. Interspersed throughout the text are rich colour photographs of his most renowned pieces—we love the beautiful shot of his porcelain Sunflower Seeds, which hangs at the Turbine Hall of the Tate Modern. With behind-the-scenes studio pictures, production shots and exclusive quotes from the…

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a feast for the eyes

When a city is surrounded by water and blessed with a temperate climate, the quality of the local produce combined with a multicultural population are prime ingredients for an exciting culinary scene. Sydney’s gourmet offerings and home-grown talent have caught the attention of globally renowned chefs (including Noma’s René Redzepi and Momofuku’s David Chang) and many of its restaurants come with a decor that is as intriguing as the food is—providing a memorable experience for all the senses. BENNELONG Though it’s housed in Australia’s most iconic building, the Sydney Opera House, Bennelong is far from being a tourist trap. The fine-dining restaurant is celebrated chef Peter Gilmore’s take on modern Australian cuisine, serving up a three-course or an à la carte menu in the main restaurant, featuring delectable, unique offerings such as…

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cabinets of curiosities

TIME FOR TEA Clockwise from top left: Regency Blue teacup and saucer by Wedgwood; Daisy teapot by Wedgwood; ornament, available at Lala Curio; Classic Lismore tumbler by Waterford; Louis XV dessert forks, available at Sevva; Nazareth candle by Cire Trudon, available at Ed1tus; succulent in rose gold pot by June in March; Peony Petticoat cake by Ms B’s Sweets, available at Sevva, and Louis XV cake cutter, available at Sevva; Duchess sugar pot by Wedgwood; Iris Prima and Equinox Bloom eau de parfums by Penhaligon’s, and perfume bottle, available at Bowerbird Home. The display cabinet, a Louis Vuitton Hemingway trunk from the 1920s, rests on LV steamer trunks from the 1900s, all available at Rare by Oulton. The flower arrangement is by June in March HAPPY HOUR This first-generation trunk from the 1900s…

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sartorial settings

As the range of fabulous clothing options grows exponentially, there is no shortage of luxurious fabrics and cutting-edge designs to consider when shopping for your wardrobe. But when it comes to homeware, it’s easy to leave your sofa sporting the same tired look for 10 years or more. There’s good news for fashion fans everywhere, though— more and more internationally renowned clothing and jewellery designers have turned their attention to the world of interiors. Just like their fashion collections, the homeware lines channel the style ethos of the brands, and these are a few of our favourite collections. TORY BURCH Tory Burch is the kind of entrepreneur we all dreamed of becoming when we grew up. No only is she incredibly successful—the Tory Burch brand brand was valued at more than a…