OUR CON­TRIB­U­TORS SHARE THEIR SOURCES OF GLOBAL IN­SPI­RA­TION

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Y-JEAN MUN-DELSALLE

Y-jean counts Fer­nando and Hum­berto Cam­pana as two of the in­dus­try’s most in­spir­ing fig­ures. “Known for their ir­rev­er­ent and in­tu­itive de­signs, the Cam­pana broth­ers har­ness their in­her­ited tra­di­tion while defin­ing a new and in­no­va­tive aes­thetic,” she says. In this is­sue, she ex­plores the oeu­vre of in­dus­trial de­signer Kon­stantin Gr­cic, and the his­tory of Cassina.

LYNN TAN

Lynn ad­mires the work of Zaha Ha­did: “Like the grande dame her­self, Ha­did’s provoca­tive de­signs are un­con­ven­tional, un­ex­pected and un­in­hib­ited.” She adds, “As the first woman re­cip­i­ent of the Pritzker Ar­chi­tec­ture Prize, Ha­did is an in­flu­en­tial icon not just to fe­male ar­chi­tects, but to all women.” In our Sanc­tu­ar­ies sec­tion, Lynn takes a closer look at the nau­ti­cal in­spi­ra­tion be­hind a fam­ily home.

MICHELE KOH MOROLLO

Michele ad­mires the work of Wal­ter Gropius: “Although the Gropius House was built by the ar­chi­tect in 1938, it looks as stylish as many newly-built lux­ury homes to­day.” In this is­sue, she dis­cov­ers the crafts­man­ship of Lasvit; the big­gest new liv­ing room trends; hotelin­spired ways to re­vamp your boudoir; and im­pres­sive abodes in Sin­ga­pore.

MARIA CHIARA ANTONINI

Mari cites Mar­cel Wan­ders as one of the lead­ing con­tem­po­rary names to know. “I ad­mire Wan­ders for his crazy, cre­ative de­signs that bear his style and mark,” she says. Wan­ders’ work is one of many bril­liant finds that she un­cov­ers at Euroluce at Salone del Mo­bile in Mi­lan. Peruse her cu­rated se­lec­tion in our Il­lu­mi­na­tion sec­tion.

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