TagsArchitecture, Catherine Feliciano-Chon, Design, Hong Kong, Magazine, Studio Annetta
We celebrated the long-anticipated launch of Design Anthology. What ‘Cereal’ and ‘Kinfolk’ are to foodies, and ‘Smith Journal’ is to renegade thinkers and ‘inventors’, Design Anthology will be to aesthetes and design aficionados looking for a dreamy lifestyle journal. Founded by blogger and designer Suzy Annetta, the quarterly magazine will be a must-read title for anyone who has an eye for quality and an appreciation for the creative spirit (as well as design-challenged renovators or would-be decorators).
Aside from the insightful articles, creative styling and envy-inducing pictorial features, there are three other reasons we support Design Anthology.
Made in Hong Kong – That the magazine was founded in Hong Kong, albeit by Aussie expats Suzy and husband Phil, is one more sign that this tiny city isn’t just a temple to money. Hong Kong is a hotbed for entrepreneurial design ventures and Suzy’s a testament to that.
Print – Digital, for all its convenience, just can’t compare. There’s nothing like holding this perfectly light, compact yet expansive tome full of lovingly detailed spreads and indulgent copy. By enticing you to take your time fleshing out each page, Design Anthology is the perfect couch companion.
Perfect Timing – You don’t need to look very far to see evidence of the region’s burgeoning art and design scene. Singapore recently hosted the inaugural Maison & Objet Asia, Hong Kong will welcome Art Basel next month and Asian designers and architects continue to steal the spotlight from their Western counterparts. Design Anthology’s launch is perfectly timed to capitalize on this creative boom, providing a platform to showcase emerging talent, provide an overview of regional happenings and offer intelligent debate on design issues.
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