In selecting London’s celebrated Savoy hotel as inspiration, Jarrod Lim channels its landmark refurbishment in 1920, when it shook off its late Victorian demeanour and embraced the sensational art moderne aesthetic of the Jazz Age, enhancing its reputation for impeccable style, cutting edge luxury and glamour. Sensual fluting, voluptuous forms, and visual references to tortoise shell, patination and lacquer, typical of the era’s penchant for luxury materials and finishes, enliven the suave Savoy collection, capturing the iconic hotel’s Art Deco spirit.

Australian designer Jarrod Lim’s career bolted out of the starting gate after graduation, with a stint at the Milan studio of Patricia Urquiola, one of the world’s most in-demand designers, followed by another at the UK’s admired design and furniture brand SCP. In 2007, Jarrod relocated to Singapore, setting up his eponymous consultancy to be participate in Asia’s burgeoning embrace of design.

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