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Art Design The Tatler Design Awards 2019 Took Inspiration From The Jazz Age

The Tatler Design Awards 2019 Took Inspiration From The Jazz Age

The Tatler Design Awards 2019 Took Inspiration From The Jazz Age
By Hong Xinying
By Hong Xinying
March 10, 2019
Watch a video covering the highlights of the awards dinner, which was inspired by the glamorous Art Deco movement during the roaring 1920s
Held at Caroline's Mansion at The St Regis Singapore on February 20, the Tatler Design Awards gathered creatives and homeowners to fete the stellar projects and achievements of local firms.

The bold and exuberant Jazz Age has long fuelled the creative imagination of architects, designers and artists alike; in the world of interior design, it’s closely associated with the Art Deco movement that’s often referenced for its opulence and geometric compositions.

At this year’s Tatler Design Awards, its influence was clearly felt in a venue that celebrates the glamorous epoch.

(Related: Tatler Design Awards 2019 In Photos)

The entrance of Caroline's Mansion
The entrance of Caroline's Mansion

Held at Caroline’s Mansion—a new ballroom at St Regis Singapore—the theme of the awards dinner took inspiration from the Roaring Twenties.

To complement the glamorous interior, table settings combined metallic accents, geometric patterns with sleek design and a splash of colour for a contemporary take on the iconic era; the displays featured bended marble tables from MM Galleri, accessories from Strange & Deranged and floral arrangements by Beato.

A total of nine accolades were presented during the event, honouring the stellar residential and commercial projects completed in the previous year.



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