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Condé Nast House & Garden

Condé Nast House & Garden

June/July 2021

Condé Nast House & Garden offers the best in contemporary design, decorating, renovating, architecture, gardens, travel and entertaining. We focus on beautiful interiors, the people inspiring the design scene and the know how to help you decorate and live stylishly.

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South Africa
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English
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Content Nation Media (Pty) Ltd
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22,76 €(Inkl. MwSt.)
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2 Min
happy medium

form by Orms, the textile printing arm and the newest addition to the Orms Print Room & Framing offering, has launched a range of luxurious natural textiles featuring the designs of both upcoming and established local artists, who now have an intriguing new medium on which to showcase their work. Featuring over 100 designs by local artists, the Form Design Library has been carefully curated and showcases a variety of collections, which include ‘Botany’, ‘This is Africa’, ‘Abstract’ and more. These ranges are updated regularly, creating an ever-evolving archive of South African design ready to be printed onto textiles and wallpaper. Orms aims to remove the barriers to entry that often exist in creative industries, inviting artists of all walks of life and levels of experience to submit their work for inclusion…

4 Min
cloud atlas

An untouched piece of land on the edge of a fruit and wine farm overlooking a trout-heavy stream called for clever thinking and sensitive design choices to limit the visual impact on the environment. Floor-to-ceiling views and a prefabricated build that ticked comfort and affordability were the simple briefs given to architect Nikita van Zyl of ModH Design, who collaborated with interior designer Kim Spyron of Oooh Interior Design. Kim regularly camps at Trouthaven Farm with her family. ‘A simple pod structure maximises views and prioritises privacy, giving a sense that this little pocket of nature is yours. Every angle, movement or position presents you with a magnificent view and radiates tranquillity, ease and a sense of connection,’ she says. These lightweight steel, laser-cut structures can be made to measure, flat-packed, delivered to…

1 Min
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2 Min
design innovator award 2021

Innovation and design are at the core of our work at Maxidor, bringing security solutions that are both functional and stylish into the homes of our clients. South Africa’s creative sector is brimming with talent, and I could not be more excited to partner with House & Garden on this journey to find and nurture the next big names in the business,’ says Maxidor CEO Cheryl Sjoberg. Editor-in-Chief Piet Smedy joins Cheryl on this, ‘Working with Maxidor to engage our industry’s creatives and offer such an incredible opportunity to an emerging designer is something we are very proud of at House & Garden.’ THE BRIEF: SUSTAINABLE SECURITY Security solutions are an essential part of home design but are often strictly utilitarian. Using the standard dimensions of a Maxidor door, designers are invited…

9 Min
history in the making

STEPHEN & LINDA NESSWORTHY, AYMARA YARNS Simple, classic and luxurious woven and knitted goods from alpaca fibre are homegrown, spun and made at Klein Limietrivier Farm, a rare and unusual building in Wellington erected around 1715 from unbaked clay bricks and later lovingly restored by its owners Stephen and Linda Nessworthy. It is the only mill in South Africa able to process alpaca from raw fleece. Its sensitive use of colour, as well as simple design, make its products easily recognisable. Aymara is a language of the Andes, and pays homage to the origins of the alpaca. Much of the brand’s inspiration comes from the surrounding Hawaqua Range, which extends from Bainskloof to Tulbagh Pass. Currently, we have 260 alpaca with around 50 more births anticipated this year. They grow a myriad of…

5 Min
rock formation

Imagine a house in the mountains of western Canada, built for a client who wanted it as ‘his escape – a serene and tranquil place’. You might conjure a romantic image of a low log cabin tucked away in the trees, its 21st-century modcons concealed by a veneer of faux rusticity. There is certainly no shortage of that in upmarket ski resorts the world over. But that is not what the British architectural firm Gort Scott suggested when it submitted its entry for a competition to design a holiday house in Whistler, British Columbia, for a Hong Kong-based family. ‘It was a special client,’ cofounder Jay Gort concedes. ‘He had spent holidays in the area with his family and eventually bought a plot of land – he has a passion for…