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Our con­trib­u­tors this month share their in­sights on how travel and her­itage af­fect their life­styles and pro­fes­sion­s有份參與今期製作的達人分享旅遊經驗和古董文物如何影響他們的生活態度

BON­NAE GOK­SON I OWNER OF SEVVA AND MS B’S CAKERY I don't col­lect just brands. Sen­ti­men­tally, I trea­sure what's left from my fam­ily's huge set of jade green Chi­nese crock­ery. It's surely ir­re­place­able.我不僅僅收集名牌產品。家族祖傳的綠色翡翠餐具更令我情有獨鍾,是一件無可取代的瑰寶。 JOHN MCLEN­NAN I FOUNDER AND EX­EC­U­TIVE CHAIR­MAN OF IN­DIGO LIV­ING I travel fre­quently so I get to see many new de­vel­op­ments hap­pen­ing around the world whether its in Europe or the States, Aus­tralia or around Asia. Its al­ways ex­cit­ing and I don’t think we’ll ever run out of ideas with that in­spi­ra­tion.由於經常到世界各地旅遊工作,我有機會一覽歐美國家、澳洲又或是亞洲地區的嶄新設計項目,而透過這方式啟發源源不絕的創作靈感令人感到十分振奮。

SASHA YOUNG I FOUNDER OF WRIGHT AND SMITH I think that the pieces peo­ple have in their homes should weave into their own sto­ries too, and the more in­volve­ment they have with the cre­ative process, the more that will be the case and the end prod­uct will be some­thing they re­ally trea­sure.我認為大家都應該為家中藝術品織入獨特的個人故事。我相信參與愈多,就能與作品產生愈強烈的連繫。

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