A multi-disciplinary design and communications consultancy run by creative partners take us through some of their work and tell us who they are.
Nikki Schomer, owner and designer of Gold Bottom, has recently debuted her NAMIB collection.
FuturePart is putting meaning back into making with the launch of Africa’s first research and experimental design studio.
Industrial and lighting designer, Ashlee Lloyd, has become a true trendsetter in the South African design sector.
With a programme of design-centric pop-ups and permanent tenants, 99 is the new home to local product designers.
100% Design opens tomorrow at Gallagher Estate, showcasing the best contemporary design and products.
The third 100% Design is set to take place from 5 – 9 August 2016 at Gallagher Estate. This inspiring event will once again showcase the best contemporary interior and product design from South Africa and Africa.
Do you have a unique and innovative way of lighting your workspace? Submit it to Haute Lumière and you could be headed to Sweden.
A beautifully embroidered vintage racket, some totally bizarre but delightful illustrated GIFs and an EP that’s at once danceable and intriguing.
This week’s wows include a lyric video for the first single off Gangs of Ballet’s upcoming EP, a 30 minute mix by Card on Spokes, artwork for Durban’s Street Food Festival happening in September, and more bits and pieces that we bookmarked this week.
Exquisite examples of African design that Southern Guild will be exhibiting at Design Miami/ in Basel Switzerland in June.
A tech startup and social enterprise, Lumkani aims to reduce the loss of life and property caused by fires in informal settlements in South Africa and around the world.
This week we’re saying Oh Wow! to some uber colourful illustrations, a selection of hand-cut collage portraits and an in-studio music performance.
Gifted designer Tatiana Etienne launches a limited edition collection of timeless and functional furniture inspired by the spine – its importance and significations in different cultures.
MRP Home is making winter cosier and better looking once again this year with its returning Colab project which sees a limited edition collaboration with some of South Africa’s top designers and artists.