Soft Lines

Hong Kong Tatler Homes - - EDITOR'S NOTE -

Ate­lier Swarovski set up a “Swarovski Palazzo” green­house in the spa­cious court­yard of Palazzo Ser­bel­loni to dis­play its 2018 col­lec­tion. This year the ate­lier added a new col­lab­o­ra­tor to its fold—Mi­lan-based Pa­tri­cia Urquiola, whose first col­lec­tion for the brand is the in­no­va­tive Brillo range of con­tain­ers. The ves­sels are made of fab­ric sturdy enough to stand on its own, to which mo­saics of crys­tals are ap­plied. Moulded into dif­fer­ent shapes, the crys­tal-clad con­tain­ers are vi­sions of flu­id­ity.

Other col­lab­o­ra­tors in­clude Bri­tish ar­chi­tect John Paw­son, who brings his trade­mark min­i­mal­ist look to a col­lec­tion of vases, bowls and can­dle hold­ers ti­tled Ves­sels. Avail­able in clear crys­tal, the ves­sels look de­cep­tively sim­ple and uni­form but ac­tu­ally fea­ture a pat­tern of ir­reg­u­lar facets on closer in­spec­tion. swarovski­group.com

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