Lotus House in Westcliff, Johannesburg, is the flagship space for designer Lezanne Viviers’s newly launched design studio VIVIERS. The mid-century modern home was designed by Osmond and De Kock as far back as 1960, and it is here that Viviers recently hosted the launch of her exquisite autumn-winter collection, titled […]
Author: Sandiso Ngubane
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