Inside the Mid-Century house of iconic sculptor Edoardo Villa
The custodians of this architectural landmark are finding ways to keep the past alive in the present
Layered luxury in an Umhlanga home
With bold bespoke pieces and inspired designer style, this penthouse apartment is a treasure trove of opulent details
An ultra-sophisticated Tamboerskloof apartment
Balancing the scales of science and art
A design-forward family home in Pretoria
The integrated interiors are testament to a masterful relationship between proportion and materials
An Italian home with artistic flair
Modern art and design meet vintage-feel styling in an eclectic house full of personality
Photographs by Lakin Ogunbanwo take pride of place in the study-cum-guest room of this art-filled home on the Arno riverbank in Florence, Italy. From the Flair Edition sofas upholstered in More is More textural tartan bouclé by Dedar to the 1970s Belgian resin coffee table and Turkish carpet from the 1960s, the interiors are bo
Inside a spacious family residence in Pretoria
Discover the story behind this design-conscious home in an exclusive video tour
A characterful home in Kensington
This red-brick, arts and crafts-style house is a treasure trove of art and objets
An urban eyrie in Rosebank
In the heart of Joburg’s art precinct is the home of art collectors and gallerists Christine and Mark Read
Discover the story behind the iconic Bridge House
An architectural and artistic marvel in the leafy vales of Higgovale
Joshin Raghubar’s home truths
Meet the owner of the contemporary Sea Point bungalow featured in House and Leisure's October issue
Savvy use of space and a clever retreat from the street have transformed a Cape Town bungalow on a narrow plot in Sea Point into a spacious, contemporary three-bedroom home belonging to digital business marketer Joshin Raghubar. See the story in full on page 60 of House and Leisure‘s October issue and, in the meantime, get to know Joshin a little better, here. I love the central location of this home, which lies between the city and the Atlantic Seaboard, because I am minutes away from most places and can usually take my bicycle or walk if I wish. Being on this side of Cape Town also provides a few more hours of e