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bright now: a boutique-style home bursting with colour
An ordinary family home in the heart of Cape Town is transformed into a bold and colourful boutique-style abode
tour a modern minimal joburg home
A sensitive renovation has turned a Joburg duplex into a serene suburban escape
disa park virtual tour
Architects Alex Geh and Christiaan van Aswegen give us a tour of their modernist apartment in Cape Town's iconic Disa Park
sanctuary in the city: a tour of a spacious, light-filled home in the heart of cape town
We meet Nick and Robyn Gluckman, and their brood of pets, in their recently renovated Tamboerskloof home.
makgati molebatsi’s melville home showcases her love for art
This art advisor’s modern Melville home showcases her lifelong passion
When art consultant Makgati Molebatsi needs to brush up on some reading and research, a reliable go-to is Art of the Twentieth Century by Karl Ruhrberg, Manfred Schneckenburge, Christiane Fricke and K Honnef (Taschen, 1998). A statuesque and smiling Makgati Molebatsi opens a bright red-orange door to reveal the modern, industria
the enviable london townhouse of a fashion and design maven
A South African's pared down 1820s Regency townhouse in Marylebone, London
this fresnaye apartment is three levels of open-plan perfection
This Fresnaye bachelor pad has been expertly incarnated in the reflection of it’s owner – chic, uncluttered and with a certain edge
Urban living with Liam Mooney
A city-centre apartment filled with South African art and distinctive collectibles
fashion statement: a video tour of KLûK CGDT designers’ eclectic apartment
Get a glimpse inside the newly-converted abode of local designers Malcolm Kluk and Christiaan Gabriel du Toit.
Inside out: A linear Joburg home mixes ‘tropical Modernism’ with Mid-Century style
This Hyde Park home, which sometimes doubles as an art gallery, blends minimalism and luxury to inspirational effect
Before Leigh and Rob Rein moved into this sleek, linear home in the Joburg suburb of Hyde Park, Leigh used to walk her dogs past the site almost daily while it was being built. She watched with curiosity as the building went up, falling in love with it as it took shape. ‘I loved the modern lines and the fact that it was single-storey,’ says Leigh. ‘And I love the flat structure.’ By the time it was complete, she was under its spell. ‘There’s a large lucky bean tree at the entrance,’ Leigh says. ‘They have always been lucky for me, so I knew I was going to live there one day.&
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