In our Luxury issue, we bring you tons of products, ideas and stories to help you live your own version of the luxe life. Start your journey by grabbing a copy of our latest magazine today.
5 November 2018
Note from the editor, Janice Seow
In our fast-paced world, environments that encourage us to slow down, relax and be in the moment have become the new goals in luxury living. Complicated concepts and unnecessary embellishments (once the obvious definition of luxe) are also giving way to a growing desire for ‘luxury in simplicity’ – a longing for designs that are streamlined, highly functional, and thought out with care. Not to mention, harmonious dwellings that encourage meaningful connections with others, and with nature, are being embraced more and more.
With this being our Luxe issue, we couldn’t think of a better time to speak to award-winning interior designer Peter Tay. Known for his distinctive, ultra-luxe residential projects in Singapore and across the globe, Peter tells us why true luxury should be about timeless, well-considered spaces that are built around the inhabitant, and with sensitivity to context.
We also tell the stories of homeowners in Singapore and around the world who have made nature a big part of their home and life, and include plant care and styling tips to help you achieve your own slice of green paradise.
From the natural world to the high-tech life, we look at how the age of smart technology and digital innovation is making our lives easier, thus giving us the luxury of convenience and more time to do the things we truly want.
Also included – smart ways to create the look of luxe at home on a more modest budget.
Last but not least, we take you inside six beautiful but very different Singaporean homes for a look at how the luxe life can be achieved in different living spaces, from landed homes to apartments and HDB flats.
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