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Interior decoration is a form of art. This became clear when we went poking about the gallery-like loft owned by William Lim. Over the years, the well-known contemporary art collector and exceptional architect has designed the interiors of prestigious hotels including the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore and the Millennium Mitsui Garden in Tokyo. As the pioneer of mix & match style, he showed us how to combine one-of-a-kind fashion items, design objects, antiques and contemporary works of art all under one roof. All you need is courage: it takes boldness to add evocative and colorful design pieces by Fornasetti or Givenchy shoes to the mix. 
This project was created with the help of theartgorgeous.com
Classicism meets extravagance. This is how an antique carpet and modern coffee table came to rub shoulders, or indeed a mix of ornamental furnishings and design books. In order: the Fornasetti Ajina vase, variation of a classic created by Piero in the ‘50s, an enameled glass Pols Potten bottle, and ubiquitous coffee-table books like Taschen’s "Araki" and Louis Vuitton’s "Hong Kong” guide. 
Jil Sander Shoes make the perfect match for the neon artwork, as they share a
 common spirit: Hong Kong is our Museum. 
Design tables are even more stylish when topped with a pair of Givenchy
oxford shoes, a Fornasetti tie and some other fashion items, such as Persol
sunglasses or MH30 headphones.