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Understated Elegance A subtle blend of warm tones lends elegance to Semi-D houses at Azhara@Antara Gapi by PKNS
VICTORIAN OPULENCE Eclectic furnishings and classic furniture transform a house into a light, modern dwelling
AL FRESCO DINING Create a perfect dining setting with sustainable products
SALONE DEL MOBILE 2016
Showcase of the latest in home furnishing by top designers
HOMEDEC 2016 SHOWHOMES GEN-Y LIVING AND DESIGN
• Unit 1: SCANDUSTRIAL • Unit 2: P-INK SPACE • Unit 3: HOUSE OF Y
ART REFLECTED IN A MIRROR Luxury glass works by Boca do Lobo
Editor's Choice BIRD & BERRIES With their ruffled red feathers, these birds just make you smile. These lanterns are hand-made from 100% cotton.
from the editor
A FINE MARRIAGE The Amarant coffee table, from Spell, is a marriage of a magazine holder with a coffee table. Featured at the IMM Cologne 2016, an annual international furniture fair, the table design was inspired by blooming flowers. KALEIDOSCOPE TEAPOT A fine china teapot in a wonderful mix of retro geometric patterns that would make any teatime special. Or, you can add some colour and style to your dining table with a gorgeous set of decorative placemats.
MELTED EDGE & DENTED FORMS This Tom Dixon oil candle features a multicolour vessel which contains a powerful refreshing blast of woody essential oils. With its melted edge and dented forms, the light refracting from the surface creates the lustrous effect of petrol on water or a dragonfly’s wing.
OMEDEC exhibition, which is known to be in the forefront of creating awareness to home through its showhome concepts, will feature three life-sized showhomes themed Gen-Y Living and Design. The showhomes, which will be the highlight of the four-day exhibition at KLCC from April 29th to May 2nd, will be designed by three interior design companies who will each render their own interpretation of the theme. The showhomes are expected to not only reflect the local and practical aspirations for the younger generation, including young couples and families, but also incorporate the technology they use in their daily – Wi-Fi connectivity integration and high-speed broadband services. The three showhomes are Scandustrial, designed by Skycreation + dc, P-INK SPACE by Turn Design and HOUSE OF Y by Joy Design Studio. Apart from the Showhomes, visitors to the exhibition will be spoilt for choices as there are more than 20 major product categories for home renovation and refurbishment at the exhibition. The 550 exhibitors will not only be showcasing their latest home furnishing and design but will also be offering discounts of between 40 and 60 per cent on their products to visitors. There are also fantastic prizes, in cash and kind, waiting to be won. Elsewhere in the magazine, there are lots of articles on things related to how you can pump up your living space. Discover how you can use tiles in a creative manner to add some class to your bathrooms. If you love stripes and contemporary style, now is the time to add some stripes to your home decor. Turn the pages to see some ways to take the latest runway stripes and incorporate them in your contemporary decor. Have a pleasant read and see you at HOMEDEC exhibition at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre.
Vimala Seneviratne EDITOR
TALLBOY CABINET WITH FRET INLAYS What’s not to love about this Moorish handmade and hand painted cabinet with inlaid laser cut frets in the doors and ends?
THE 'STAGE' The 'Stage' interactive shelf is an elegant meeting place for all your re-chargeable handheld devices. It is easy to mount on most common walls and has enough space to hold up a fiveplug international power strip. It was part of Spell’s display at the IMM Cologne 2016.
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A subtle blend of warm, earthy tones lends an understated elegance to the Semi-D house in the resort-like environment of Azhara @ Antara Gapi, a sterling residential development by PKNS.
Interior designers from ST Concepts transform a house into a light, modern dwelling using eclectic furnishings and classic furniture set against bright white surfaces.
PHOTO V. Chanthiran
Top designers from all over the world presented their creations at the Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2016, or the International Furnishing Accessories Fair, in Milan recently. We feature some that stood out from the rest.
Ways with Yellow Colour
This warm, vibrant and happy colour can give your home lots of good energies. As this colour can be overwhelming, check out how you can use variations of yellow in your interior.
Art reflected in mirrors.
Al Fresco Dining
Create a perfect Alfresco dining setting with sustainable wooden bowls, elegant recycled glassware, industrial lanterns and rustic linen cushions.
HOMEDEC 2016 – Discover Décor At Its Best
THE COVER Azhara @ Antara Gapi
Show Stoppers at Salone del Mobile 2016
Highlight of the exhibition which never fails to mesmerise visitors with mindblowing concepts and unique ideas, will be the SHOWHOME 2016 featuring Gen-Y Living and Design by three interior design companies.
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Understated Elegance A subtle blend of warm, earthy tones lends an understated elegance to the Semi-D house in the resort-like environment of Azhara @ Antara Gapi, a sterling residential development by PKNS BY CHRISTINA THOMAS PHOTOS BY V. CHANTHIRAN
Pops of lime green throw cushions lend a cheerful note to the elegantly furnished living and dining spaces.
The floor to ceiling glass mirrored feature wall adds a classy touch to this dining area.
Elegant living room with a contemporary look.
The throw pillows in hues, coupled with the soft straw coloured walls in this room on the ground floor, make it a place to unwind.
he green vistas of Serendah welcome yet another sterling residential development by Perbadanan Kemajuan Negeri Selangor (PKNS), called Azhara @ Antara Gapi. The resort-like environment of Antara Gapi, offers the perfect respite from the hustle and bustle of the city, complemented by the elegance of modern living offered by Azhara. The development promises two semidetached design options, namely Type A (40' x 90') and Type B (40' x 80'). The homes comprise 4+1 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. A subtle blend of earthy tones used on its exterior faĂ§ade gives the home an understated elegance. Azharaâ€™s well-defined living spaces present an elegant living room with contemporary motifs. The entire space has an open concept design. The L-shaped sofa in the living room is complemented by a low-lying coffee table on plush carpet that sits in the middle of the room. The television is mounted on a light-coloured wall with a low wooden shelve. The feature wall has long thin panels of black marble with white ribs, giving the space a clear definition and texture.
space. Wall-to-ceiling clear glass sliding doors in the dining area not only offer a scenic view of the manicured garden but allow natural sunlight to illuminate the interior space. The kitchen features cabinet lined against the wall and an extension that doubles up as a breakfast bar, whilst overhanging open shelved cabinets occupy one section. The colours used in this space are well-blended to create a pleasant and peaceful ambience. The lime green and yellow panel coupled with the dark glass backsplash in the kitchen lend a classy and contemporary touch. There is also a room on the ground floor which has been turned into a private and informal area to unwind. The warm red and grey coloured throw cushions and opens shelves add a pop of colour to the room. The staircase leading to the upper floor comprises tempered glass banisters and wood panelled stairs. The top floor comprises three elegantly designed bedrooms that create warm and cosy ambiences. Wood panelled flooring stretches across all the bedrooms and the spacious family hall. The family hall presents a settee, plush carpets, a coffee table and a television set. Ample natural light floods this space thanks to the clear glass panelled ceiling-to-floor sliding doors that also provide a scenic view of the surroundings from the upper floor. Inspired by contrasting colours, the master bedroom features a queen-sized bed against a green hued textured feature wall complemented by art works on the side wall. A suspended light illuminates the sleeping space and creates a 3-dimensional definition around the bed. The windows are cleverly shielded by screens while the ceiling-to-floor clear glass sliding doors have curtains in dark shades to filter natural light in the cosy bedroom. The remaining two bedrooms, opposite the master bedroom, sport chic interior decoration with built-in wardrobes, a study corner, vanity top and subtle lighting. One is decorated in blue and cream shades while the other is in butter yellow with a feature wall that has shelves. There is no doubt that Azhara @ Antara Gapi development is an ideal option for those seeking a cosy get-away from city. Azhara is located within a convenient distance from several popular recreational hotspots such as the Templer Park Golf & Country Club and the Eagle Nest Outbound Adventure Eco Resort. Commuting into the city is a breeze with the KTM Komuter train from the Serendah KTM Station which is about 2.47 kilometres from the town. u 10
The lime green and yellow panel and dark glass backsplash lend a pop of colour to the compact kitchen.
The cosy family room upstairs.
Tastefully furnished master bedroom in warm shades of cream, green and brown.
A pop of blue perks up this room which has a study table, a built-in wardrobe and an attached bathroom.
Victorian Opulence Interior designers from ST Concepts transform a house into a light, modern dwelling using eclectic furnishings and classic furniture set against bright white surfaces, writes GABRIEL MARTIN PHOTOS BY ST CONCEPTS
here is a certain charm that only exists in a Victorian home. These stately homes feature characteristics such as crown moldings and high ceilings â€“ features at the top of many dream home checklists. But just how do designers update these historic homes to the modern day? The designers from ST Concepts, in giving the house a modern and luxurious look with hints of Victorian touches, began with the lights. Lightening up a Victorian is the first place to start as the details, carvings and cornices can start to weigh heavily on the home if not given a fresh coat of bright paint. This approach starts from the main entrance where the kitchen sits on the right side in heavy classical detailing. Daubed in total whiteness, the designer installs a charming geometric patterned floor to add a classic vintage look to the space. Classic furniture stands out well in a Victorian space as it juxtaposes nicely with the classic backdrop. The living area exudes a romantic flair with a rose-inspired carpet demarcating the floor space. Keeping the palette clean and lightweight, a simple furniture layout plan is implemented. A delicate mix of seating in homogenous tones of warm neutral resound a luxurious modern Victorian theme to this house. Moving to the more private area, the bedroom is a glorious galore of plush draperies and upholstery. Keeping the wall and ceiling palette clean, wood flooring is added for a warmer, pleasing and welcoming appeal. Here, simple cornices add an additional flair and tasteful twist to the walls. u
SHOW STOPPERS AT SALONE DEL MOBILE 2016
The Salone Internazionale del Mobile 2016, otherwise known as the International Furnishing Accessories Fair, is often regarded as the event where the latest home living styles are presented by top designers in the industry through the most advanced design trends. There were many show stealers at this year’s 55th edition of Salone del Mobile which was held in mid-April in Milan. We feature here some that stood out from the rest.
Rocking Horse Japanese designer Nendo, created a transparent curvaceous plastic rocking horse in pastel and pop hues for Italian brand Kartell, which launched its kids design collection.
Broom’s Optical Lights Lee Broom’s new Optical collection of floor lamps and pendants is a move towards understated modern design. The art-inspired globeshaped lights feature a pattern of black stripes. The area where the lamp meets its support is a circle of solid black, while the stripes are cut into sections to create optical effects. Broom said the pattern was inspired by designs from the 1990s.
Sundial Chandelier Made of anodized aluminum disks, the Sundial Chandelier created by Maarten De Ceulaer, are aligned along a central rod. The rod's shadow is set to project in different directions arranged in a spiral pattern.
Coloured Glass Side Table UK-based Kukka Studio's collection of side tables places pastelhued panes alongside white quartz slabs. The collection uses panels of dichroic glass against the stone to create a contrast between colourful and monochrome.
Cadenza Capsule Collection Patricia Urquiola teamed up with Federico Pepe, a graphic designer, to create the Credenza capsule collection of cabinets, screens and a low table for Milan boutique, Spazio Pontaccio.
Inspired by Tassel Apparatus created a series of lamps that are inspired by the tassel.
Porcupine Lamp Psychedelic Cactus Gufram & Paul Smithâ€™s Psychedelic Cactus is a special limited edition of the iconic Gufram Cactus designed by Drocco and Mello in 1972.
The Porcupine lamp by Finnish architect and designer Ilkka Suppanen, is composed of hand-assembled copper and 3D-printed resin.
Cherry Bomb Fringe Chandelier Lighting designer Lindsey Adelmanâ€™s Cherry Bomb Fringe chandelier and coordinating lights were a sight to behold. 17
Ripple Lights Poetic Lab's Ripple Lights, produced by the Austrian crystal company J. & L. Lobmeyr, delighted viewers as they used movement and uneven surfaces to create the shadowed impression of light rippling on water
From Arper Arper featured a parentesit acoustic panel that had controllable light and music options.
Cala Armchair A regal back of knitted rope makes up Kettal's new Cala armchair by Doshi Levien.
Swarovski’s Colourful Collection Yael Mer and Shay Alkalay of Raw Edges designed a series for the new Atelier Swarovski Home range that sparkles with its colourful, geometric patterns.
Artek’s Armchairs Two of Arteks armchairs – the 400 and 401 – designed by its founder Alvar Aalto in the 1930s, were given a colourful rethink by the Dutch designer Hella Jongerius.
Amorphous AGC Glass, a Japanese company thatâ€™s a leading manufacturer of glass, chemicals, and high-tech materials, crafted an art installation entitled Amorphous. The installation, inspired by amorphous molecular structures that donâ€™t have a definite shape, was made with 5,000 pieces of thin, chemicallystrengthened glass that fracture the light and creates a stunning display.
Secret Garden Ini Archibong, commissioned by design label Amen&Amen, created collection inspired by literature and fantasy called The Secret Garden.
Cog Wheels & Iconic Forms
Officine Panerai displayed COG, a luminous installation consisting of cog wheels and iconic forms, inspired by time and by light. COG was designed by Moritz Waldemeyer.
Rainbow Spectrum This collection of mirrors, side tables, and dining tables is a collaboration between Glas Italia and Patricia Urquiola.
feature Eye-catching Modern Dining Tables The Milan Furniture Fair also saw some renowned industry players showcasing their dining tables to the general public.
Borgona The ArtDeco inspired Borgona dining table has a top made of eucalyptus wood finished in high-gloss red. To accentuate contrasts in texture and colours, legs are upholstered in dark leather.
Tivoli The Tivoli dining table and chairs by Valenti is made of selected Spanish walnut veneers finished in high-gloss lacquers to enhance the beauty of wood.
t Obssedia The Obssedia table by Koket is made from a combination of clear glass, the top slightly smoked in bronze, and gold plated aluminum base.
t Empire & Bonsai The Empire dining table by Boca do Lobo is inspired by places and emotions that marked the design team. Its cracks reflect tough times, revealing a gold interior in a manifesto towards power. The Bonsai table, also from Bocco do Lobo, boasts bold lines and character in a fantastic blend of styles and material finishes. The table is manually produced from wood with an irregular surface finish and a unique faceted form.
Koi Designed by the team at BRABBU, the Koi round dining table in contemporary design, fits in any modern home decor. The table top can be made in the material of your choice –acrylic, glass or marble – to fit your décor style.
Oil scent collection
British designer Tom Dixon debuted a range of homeware that references the brand's material "building blocks" at Salone del Mobile 2016. The collection – named Materiality – is made up of five ranges, each highlighting the basic materials or ”raw matter” used by the brand to create its products. • Fade lamps are made from a polycarbonate shade moulded into a teardrop shape. • The Melt range of pendants, designed to look like mouth-blown glass (collaboration with Swedish studio Front), has been updated with floor and table lamp versions. • A geometric light named Curve "pushes the boundaries of thin sheet etched metal fabrication" with its pierced shell and nickel silver coating. Its punctured shade means that light is emitted as a filtered glow. • The multi-coloured vessels in Dixon’s oil scent collection, are mouth blown into a metal mould to create surface texture. The vessels are then painted black and finished with an irridescent paint and metallic decal. The light refracting from the surface creates the lustrous effect.
The Internet of Things Sofa The international design and innovation studio Carlo Ratti Associati presented Lift-Bit, the world's first digitally-transformable sofa. The reconfigurable upholstered seat employs the Internet-of-Things technologies to radically define a new living experience. The prototype of Lift-Bit stems from the combination of a series of single, hexagonal stools. Controlled remotely through a tablet app, each stool can double (or halve) its height in just a few seconds, reconfiguring the space in a myriad of combinations.
WAYS TO LIFT ANY SPACE WITH YELLOW Yellow is a warm, vibrant and happy colour that can give your home lots of good energies. As this colour can be overwhelming, you may want to use variations of yellow such as cream, antique golds, orchre yellows and muddy yellows, in your décor. Here are some ways on how you can incorporate this happy colour in your interior décor.
YOUNG CHILDREN’S ROOM
An ideal place to use yellow is a baby’s or young children’s room. A rocking chair and a colourful bold ceiling light, can lend a cheerful atmosphere to this space. Yellow and variations of this colour can be used sparingly in the rooms as well. Yellow and cream coloured carpet lend a happy feeling to this kid’s room.
Restyle your living area using some yellow items such as a retro chairs, throw pillows, coffee table, carpet, wall lights, staircase, wallpaper, and more.
FOCAL POINT, FEATURE WALL & PAINTINGS
A feature wall in yellow and white can make a stunning transformation to a living space. The use of clear glass windows is also an important factor because the natural light will magnify the yellow design in the living area. Paintings or pictures in shades of yellow hung on the wall lend a cheerful note to the area
BEDROOM, BATHROOM & HALLWAYS
Hallways and bedrooms can benefit from strong, saturated shades of yellow. The shade will create the illusion of light. Buttery yellow walls add a warm glow that makes a room feel cozy, while muted yellow walls can make a room feel peaceful. A chest of drawers in vibrant yellow can brighten up the place but if you find the colour a little overwhelming, opt for curtains or bed linens in hues of yellow. Mirrors with antique gold or warm yellow border can even uplift an otherwise plain bathroom.
KITCHEN, DINING & PANTRY
Most people opt for a neutral colour in the kitchen. However, yellow cabinets add zest to your kitchen. If it is overpowering, you can opt for a single item, such as an oven or even a refrigerator in yellow, to punch up the space. Open shelves in a white or grey kitchen can be immediately lifted with dashes of yellow. If you are brave enough, you can even set an energetic mood in your pantry by painting the shelves or walls yellow. Sunny yellow dining chairs can be a great option to take the dining space notch up. Even a vase full of beautiful and fresh yellow flowers set on a brown dining table can do the trick.
Hand cut and carved by an experienced artisan whose passion for glasswork goes back as far as his childhood, this represents Loboâ€™s ambition to add value to true craftsmanship through contemporary design.
Reflecting craftsmanship, refinement and luxury, this mirror is ideal for your living room or hall. It has a round convex mirror on top, creating the illusion of amplitude.
Art Reflected in a Mirror
Glass is one of the most complex materials to work with and requires a very skilled pair of hands as well as a keen eye for precision. These luxury glass works from Boca do Lobo are all limited edition and are made by the great craftsmen of the brand whose skill has been passed down from generation to generation. GLANCE MIRROR
The concept of a defragmented mirror brings out its noblest gold backdrop, where its unique surfaces and beauty challenges the conventional.
Inspired by the richness of traditional Venetian mirrors, and incorporating the true essence of craftsmanship, the Addicta mirror by Koket makes for an opulent statement. Its subversive glamour is unforgettable and addictive.
Create a perfect Alfresco dining setting with sustainable wooden bowls, elegant recycled glassware, industrial lanterns and rustic linen cushions.
HOMEDEC 2016: Discovering Home & DÃ©cor At Its Best
Highlight of the exhibition which never fails to mesmerise visitors with mind-blowing concepts and unique ideas, will be the SHOWHOME 2016 featuring Gen-Y Living and Design by three interior design companies
H SCANDUSTRIAL by Skycreation+dc
OMEDEC, the multiple awardwinning exhibition, takes the stage once again at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre from 29 April to 2 May 2016 and true to form, the four-day event will feature, among others, SHOWHOME 2016 – Highlighting Gen-Y Living & Design. Whilst last year’s HOMEDEC showcased designs to fit the elderly, this year’s exhibition plays up interior design concepts for Gen-Y, complemented by the incorporation of technological features. These three life-size show units, designed by interior design companies, will unveil an explosion of ideas, themes, designs and styles, with immaculate space planning and unique ideas. The Gen-Y Living & Design showcase will not only reflect the local and practical aspirations for the younger generation, including young couples and families, but also incorporate the technology they use in their daily
Astley Ng, Regional Design Principal, Skycreation + dc.
P-INK SPACE by Turn Design life – Wi-Fi connectivity integration and highspeed broadband services. The three showhouse units are Scandustrial, designed by Skycreation + dc, P-INK SPACE by Turn Design and HOUSE OF Y by Joy Design Studio. Scandustrial (Scandinavian and Industrial design), is a term coined by Skycreation + dc and this showunit will feature the minimalist and warm character of Scandinavian decor with the raw, rustic industrial style. The combination of both styles creates an exciting blend of design that especially appeals to the Gen Y crowd, said Astley Ng, the Regional Design Principal of Skycreation + dc. He added that since the colours employed in these two themes are essentially neutrals, “pops of colour through accessorising will be added to various parts of the interior to accentuate and to create the individual identity of the occupant”. P-INK SPACE by Turn Design is designed by Christopher Chan, Managing Director and Jeff Lee, Design Consultant. It is designed to reflect the harmony and balance between functional, spatial and stylish space and a sophisticated ambience. The Gen-Ys, the children of the baby boomers, are perceived as familiar with digital and electronic technology. “The Gen-Y has an entirely different attitude towards their lifestyle and work. They do not live to work, they work to live. Thus, P-INK SPACE is designed with the intention to summon a perfect harmony with functional spatial yet stylish and a sophisticated ambience,” said Christopher Chan. The HOUSE OF Y by Joy Design Studio, is a
space that jives with the Gen Y lifestyle and needs. As Gen-Ys are the generation that grew up with technology, they are more comfortable with digital electronic systems integrated to their lifestyle, said Ariff Rijal Shamsul Rijal of Joy Design Studio. As such, The HOUSE OF Y defines the effective utilisation of space and function, bringing together architecture, furniture and the occupants into a much harmonised blend, he said. The life-sized show homes are designed and built on-site within two days before the exhibition opens to the public. The designs are planned
Christopher Chan, Managing Director and Jeff Lee, Design Consultant, Turn Design.
HOUSE OF Y by Joy Design Studio
Ariff Rijal Shamsul Rijal of Joy Design Studio.
with exceptional detail lending the showcase the value-added claim of being at the forefront of trendsetting that benefits industry stakeholders including exhibitors, professional interior designers and homeowners. The showcase is in line with the exhibitionâ€™s aim to be an information and knowledge hub for renovation, refurbishment and redecoration needs, especially targeting the Gen-Y-s, first-time homeowners and those exploring whatâ€™s what new and ways to incorporate technology in the home. Maxis is the Official Fibre Broadband Provider for HOMEDEC Showhome 2016. Showhomes have been the hallmark of HOMEDEC exhibitions, organised by awardwinning, C.I.S Network Sdn Bhd that aims at providing value-added benefits in the form of life-sized show units that offer visitors the ultimate real-time experience while exposing them to design possibilities. It is also the only home and decor exhibition that collaborates with industry related association such as the Malaysian Institute of Interior Designers (MIID) for the MIIDREKA Award and Pertubuhan Akitek Malaysia
(PAM) for the PAM-HOMEDEC Residential Renovation Award. Apart from the Showhomes, the exhibition promises four days of home decor and designs galore for visitors. With more than 20 major product categories for home renovation and refurbishment at the exhibition, the 550 exhibitors will not only be showcasing their latest home furnishing and design but will also be offering discounts of between 40 and 60 per cent on their products to visitors. There are also fantastic prizes, in cash and kind, waiting to be won. Those who spend a minimum of RM200 stand a chance to win HOMEDEC exhibitor sponsored prizes while those who spend a minimum of RM1,000 will qualify for the RM100,000 cash for grabs contest. All visitors are also entitled to the Register & Visit Contest. No purchase is required, just register upon visiting. The exhibition is from 10am to 8pm and entrance is free. For more information log on to www. homedec.com.my or www.facebook.com/ homedec.exhibition or watch HOMEDEC TV at YouTube. u
HOMEDEC (Home Décor Trends) Magazine is a quarterly magazine jointly published by C.I.S Networks Sdn Bhd, the organiser of HOMEDEC, Malaysia...
Published on Mar 15, 2019
HOMEDEC (Home Décor Trends) Magazine is a quarterly magazine jointly published by C.I.S Networks Sdn Bhd, the organiser of HOMEDEC, Malaysia...