Sobeit studio, owned by Bartel van Vuuren & Liezle Fourie, are creators of the unusual, the playful, the weird and wonderful.
Heather Moore, the designer behind Skinny Lamix, has opened her very own store at 201 Bree Street, Cape Town, just in time for Christmas.
If you haven’t been yet then head over to the Cape Quarter in Greenpoint, Cape Town for Design Now! before the end of the week.
Amidst the worldwide trend of reusing, revamping and recycling, Liam Mooney has found a niche market for his green Micro Range.
Always up to something, Lucas R Adams’ latest project is proudly Cape Town based, product design brand Kraftisan.
Prototype collection ™ is a pop-up design concept store that showcases the work of David Krynauw, Antonie Grobler from Individua, Mark from Luna, Jared Odell Furniture & Design and Anthony Martin with his Drift furniture™.
+27 Café is a coffee café with an full art gallery exhibition space in Hatfield Pretoria. We asked them about their space:
News from The Fringe on Kloof: From July 2011, The Fringe on Kloof will run South Africa’s first no-reason required gift registry…
Jared Odell is a Cape Town based furniture designer. He recently left a corporate design company working on some of the biggest brands in the world to work on a label more worthy of his time, energy and talents.
If you are in Johannesburg and like finely crafted homeware, food, clothing and other interior goods, make sure you head over to BAZAAR this Thursday. Bazaar is a collaboration between Thank You For Your Love (bedding, wall hangings and other home decor gems), Milk Teeth (imported clothing) and Lighting […]
We’re really proud of our Lucas! Contributor to 10and5 and 3D Design (product design) student at CPUT, he recently designed for a brief that required him to produce a dining-room chair using reasonably sustainable materials.
For our latest Made In feature we were really excited to visit Haas in Bo-Kaap, Cape Town. You all have been raving about their coffee shop on twitter so we had to see (and taste) for ourselves.
We spoke to Lise du Plessis of Dark Horse about her brand new interior design store and creative space in Cape Town:
Pearly Yon in collaboration with Mingo Lamberti produced a range of scatter cushions inspired by antique tea cups. The idea for this project was inspired after a visit to an infamous china shop in Kalk Bay called “Whatnot & China”.
You’ve probably noticed that we have a newish contributor at 10and5. When he isn’t helping us out with posts, Lucas is a full time product-design student at CPUT. He’s the kind of guy who thinks the busier the better and so also takes on small-scale projects whenever he can. We […]