Bold, modern design sits comfortably alongside tactile texture and personal touches
A copper-clad wall makes a striking statement in the living area of this family home in Umhlanga, KwaZulu-Natal, where changes in levels of the floor and ceiling demarcate zones in the open-plan space. The light fitting was made by Morgan Associates and designed by Ruth Duke of Ruth Duke Interior Design, who was instrumental in
The refurbishment of this quaint 85m² apartment maximises its abundant natural light and vistas
The key design element in this Clifton apartment in Cape Town is the strong use of textures, as seen in the mounted Pele baskets from Africa Nova, hide stools from Oriental Concepts, roped drinks trolley from Cécile & Boyd, wooden-and-Perspex coffee table by Andrew Early Design Studio, beaded cushions from Bead Design Studio and hand-tufted rug from Herringbone Rugs.
Driving along Cape Town’s Victoria Road in Clifton on a day when the air is warm, the sea is twinkling blue and the soundtrack is something out of an Ibiza café, it’s a wonder to behold the tightly packed multilevel homes and apartment blocks. Lookin