illuminating art: 4 international contemporary lighting designs
Remarkable international contemporary lighting designs to inspire you
light on design: jacques cronje releases new minima collection
Designer Jacques Cronje's’s twist on modern minimalism
terracotta delights by nm designs
NM Designs create custom furniture, art and ceramics, including a range of incredible terracotta and clay light fixtures.
Microscopic inspiration: the Pollen Lamps
Swiss designers turn springtime allergens into beautiful home decor
a minimalist, mid-century interior commands an alluring French aesthetic
Explore a meticulously renovated home outside of Paris designed by Atelier Tristan Auer
There really is an unmatched grace to the French aesthetic. Classic, elegant and charming without being forcibly charming, it’s chic design made effortless. And while French interior designers and homeowners honour the history in which their homes live – 17th-, 18th- and 19th-century buildings in the heart of Paris –
Go the distance with your decor
We embrace colour, pattern and shape in our pick of products to covet
Willowlamp launches a collection for small spaces
These new lighting designs make a statement without crowding your home
Sculptural lighting solutions to spruce up your home
Lighting design has evolved beyond the merely functional and into the realm of art
Caesarstone Concepts launches with three furniture collaborations
See new designs from Dokter and Misses, Weylandts and Gregor Jenkin Studio
The Mark Antony (left) and Cleopatra (right) modular sidetables by Weylandts in Caesarstone’s Vanilla Noir and Coastal Grey. Over the years, Caesarstone has worked with some of the world’s leading designers to produce award-winning furniture, having previously partnered with the likes of Jaime Hayón, Tom Dixon and Sebastian Herkner. Recently, the brand set its sights on South Africa to launch Caesarstone Concepts. Three influential local designers were called upon to incorporate Caesarstone products into furniture concepts, and their beautiful contributions were unveiled at this year’s 100% Desig