Five minutes with interior designer Liam Mooney
Get to know the man behind Liam Mooney Studio in Cape Town who also happens to be the owner of a chic, urban apartment in the city's CBD
Rodman Primack’s home is a global forum of design
The chief creative officer of Design Miami lets us inside his colourful, art-filled home in Guatemala City
Casa Horta is a designer’s technicolour dream
Guillermo Santomà's eccentric home in Barcelona exhibits ground-breaking use of colour and geometry
famous monochrome homes
We tour the beautiful black-and-white abodes of five designers, actors and creative authorities
Home Truths: Pieter-Ernst Mare
The homeowner talks Sandton City living, contemporary South African art and treasured design items
Joburg-based architect Pieter Ernst-Mare’s wide-ranging interests and clever use of neutrals make his home a resolved showcase for his art and collectibles. With its deep purple and black and white touches, his newly renovated abode in Sandton was perfect for the July 2017 #HLBWIssue, in stores and online now. See it in
Home Truths: Anina Malherbe-Lan
Get to know the co-owner of a 160-year-old Victorian home in the heart of Cape Town
At home with a design legend
Patrizia Moroso has created an abode with a design-driven heart
Home Truths: Anna Weylandt
Anna Weylandt's Woodstock home has been given a contemporary update that celebrates black and white
Stylish family living with Andrea Kleinloog
The Joburg-based interior designer sits down with long-time friend Sarah Buitendach over coffee
Mpho Vackier’s cool yet casual Centurion home
With its breezy, ever-evolving aesthetic, this family’s easygoing home is a fitting reflection of the people who live in it
Vinyl floors lend a warm, homely feel to the house, while many couches and chairs, such as a sofa from @home, encourage the family and guests to relax and get comfortable. A lime-green front door set in charcoal exterior walls makes Mpho and Harald Vackier’s home stand out from the earth-toned houses that surround it in an estate near Irene in Centurion, Gauteng. This bold juxtaposition is characteristic of the double-storey property, which has eclectic design and easygoing family living at its heart. An antique marble-topped coffee table lends a sophisticated touch to the Vackier family’s otherwise understated lounge