If you happen to spot a copy of the September-October Vogue Living, do take a peek at the freshly opened Vue de Monde on page 77…

“While most eyes might rest on the city lights 55 floors below, anyone looking up will see the work of Melbourne-based installation artist Emma Lashmar. Suspended above the dining room is a collection of 90 transparent blown-glass orbs, each housing internally connected diffused light fittings. The notion, says Lashmar, was to recreate the field of tiny points of light that the city becomes when viewed from that height.” Matthew Hurst

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