From the trendy Scandinavian-inspired designs to the restored pieces that stay rooted in African bequest, we’ve put together a list of 10 South African Home Decor brands to keep your eye on.
Mjo has received numerous accolades for her work, in 2018, she won the award for Most Beautiful Object at Design Indaba, as well as the Nando’s Hot Young Designer Award. Early last year, she exhibited at Milan Design Week – an achievement she is most proud of.
The spaces Shai creates are striking and heavily inspired by conceptual and lateral thinking. As an up-and-coming creative, her work promises to leave a lasting impact on its viewers, and positively influence how people look and interact with groundbreaking spaces.
The first hybrid-hotel in Africa has opened it’s doors in Cape Town – owned by one of the continent’s youngest and most successful tourism entrepreneurs, Bheki Dube.
Cow Hide Co. have expanded their range to what they’re calling a “Bold” mix with new designs from Jordyn Pollock.
Vadoek (n.) Fa-duk. The Afrikaans word for a multipurpose cloth for kitchen usage. Mungo’s new 100% cotton Vadoek is a vibrant checkered kitchen cloth that certainly checks all the boxes – colour, texture, absorbency and ultimate utility all in one. This contemporary take on the traditional plaid tea towel will […]
We chat to Phillip Hollander, one half of design duo Houtlander, about the brand’s big win at this year’s 100% Design exhibition.
On a tight budget? Living in a small apartment? Adri van Zyl and Vincent Clery from Atelier Interiors share practical advice on how to kit out your home.
Glenfiddich, is launching an exclusive Independent Bar in the heart of Jozi. We chat to Aparna Ramana of Design republic about the setting and interior.
We chat to Siyanda Mbele, the talented designer behind Pinda Furniture Design, about his creative journey and interdisciplinary working processes.
Ahead of its official opening, we chat to the installation architect team behind the innovative sleek design of the pop-up Heineken Next Level Bar.
The interior design of Inner City Ideas Cartel combines old world opulence with a modern twist creating a comfortable and inviting corporate environment.
The new Nando’s concept store in Maponya Mall stitched together vibrant threads of local creativity, generosity and heritage that reflect its surroundings.
The Nando’s Central Kitchen is a bright and dynamic, multifunctional space with a uniquely South African urban feel, furnished and decorated with work by over 50 local artists and furniture designers.
Cheerful, energetic illustrations by Daniel Ting Chong have been translated into massive glass murals at the new Nike Sandton stores.