Explore the legendary Round House
An iconic artist's residence has become part of Pretoria's architectural heritage
Pieter-Ernst Mare’s ever-evolving home in Sandton
Wide-ranging interests and a clever use of neutrals make for a resolved showcase of art and collectibles
A 160-year-old home gets a luxurious update
This renovation is packed with personal appeal and French-Asian influences
Anna Weylandt’s compact first home in Woodstock
The considerable heritage charms of this semi-detached Victorian house have been enhanced by a cool, contemporary update
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
In House and Leisure‘s August 2017 issue, we explore the Cape Town city-centre apartment of interior designer Liam Mooney. Here, we get to know the man behind the interiors in a quick Q&A. Where were you born and raised? On a farm just outside Nelspruit. What do you love most about what you do for a living? Creating
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
Home Truths: Anina Malherbe-Lan
Get to know the co-owner of a 160-year-old Victorian home in the heart of Cape Town
In our #HLBWissue – on shelves and online now – we explore the home of Dr Michael Lan and Anina Malherbe-Lan. Old blends wonderfully with the new in their 160-year-old Victorian home, situated in the heart of Cape Town. It’s a renovation packed with personal appeal, French-Asian influences and lashings of luxury. Tour their home on page 48 of the magazine and get to know its co-owner Anina Malherbe a little better below. The thing I love most about what I do for a living is that it doesn’t feel like a job – it just comes naturally. It also allows me to use my left and right brain equally, and there is nev