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Visi VISI 101

Visi is a celebration of living well. It is committed to bringing readers the best of South African design, decor and architecture, together with the latest international trends. The innovative magazine prides itself on quality and integrity in design and editorial content. Readers enjoy news about today’s decor and design trends, new products and ideas, as well as features on South Africa’s most beautiful homes and spaces.

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this is your visi 101!

AFTER the enormous success of our bumper VISI 100 edition, it feels a little odd to produce our regular-size 192-page magazine again! But we have enjoyed creating a very inspiring Issue 101 for you to delve into somewhere cosy as the seasons change. Can you believe it’s April already and we’re two months into the Year of the Pig? Before we know it, it will be our Design Issue 2020, full of more amazing talent and surprises. We can’t wait for what’s to come. Enjoy! Sumien IN our world of design and fashion, it pays to have insight into consumer trends. There are people and institutions whose job it is to watch global movements in order to predict future consumer behaviour, and among trend forecasters, Li Edelkoort is one of the most…

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SHAWN SLOVO, SCREENWRITER This is VISI’s 101st issue. If you were to live to 101, what do you hope will have been invented by then? A deep-tissue robot masseuse. I’d never have to leave the house. Quoting Marie Kondo, tell us about a treasured possession that sparks joy? I would be very sorry to lose my modest Elsa Peretti diamond on a platinum chain, mainly because it is the only piece of jewellery I own. Describe a typical day in your life… Walk the dog. Write. Swim. Write. Cook. A good book, a great TV series. A tonne of sleep. If you were to suggest an object or artwork to go into a time capsule, what would it be? Inma Bermúdez’s FollowMe lamp – bright enough to cook and read by, and the perfect…

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visi english

EDITORIAL TEAM Editor-in-Chief Sumien Brink Deputy Editor Annemarie Meintjes Art Director Lené Roux Managing Editor Samantha Charles Features Editor Amelia Brown Online Editor Lindi Brownell Meiring Content Producer Michaela Stehr Copy Editor Kay-Ann van Rooyen ADVERTISING & MARKETING TEAM Head of Advertising and Sales Jeanine Boshoff Business and Digital Sales Manager Diane Lubbe 021 417 1147 / 083 391 1651 Key Account Manager Eva Cookson (Cape Town) 021 417 1274 / 076 662 0785 Key Account Manager Elna Coetzer (Cape Town) 021 417 5151 / 082 971 9715 Key Account Manager Hannelie Stemmet (Cape Town) 021 417 1111 / 083 448 2074 Advertising Coordinator Julian Petersen PUBLISHING TEAM Group Account Director Cat Anderson Senior Account Manager Cecilia du Plessis Group Managing Editor Chantel Kleinsmidt Production Manager Shirley Quinlan ABC Manager Roxanne Holman MANAGEMENT TEAM Managing director Aileen Lamb Commercial director Maria Tiganis Brand strategy director Andrew Nunneley Chief financial…

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#visimagazine #earlymorning #inspiration #laidback – @oupacoetzee Daily therapy @visi_mag #visimagazine – @itaboutmon The colours and textures in the 99th issue of @visi_mag make me so happy. #design #blessed #seasonchange #inspiration #grateful #health – @tessalikesdesign When you realize that the magazine you just picked up matches your outfit perfectly @visi_mag #visi #coincidentalcolourcoordination #perfectmatch #unplannedperfection – @landibooyens WE ASKED YOU: WHAT’S YOUR DIY DREAM? More than 800 of you let us know what you’d like to get started on ASAP. 65% To create a magical outdoor area, complete with landscaped garden and a deck 17% To build floor-to-ceiling shelving for all my books and treasures 11% To create a quiet reading nook where I can just chill out 7% I’d love to paint the walls in my favourite colour WIN WITH THE CROWN COLLECTION The Crown Collection in Bryanston is reminiscent of a top-notch antique store…

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META SIDE TABLE Greg: “We launched this table at 100% Design in 2016. I love the fact that you can see that it is hand-made. The imperfections in the brass construction add to its beauty.” Philippe: “A simple extruded form playing a game between classical beauty and rich materials.” HG DRINKS UNIT Philippe: “This piece sums up our approach to design: simplicity of form combined with a sensual use of material.” Greg: “The combination of gloss lacquer paint and aged brass is timeless, and the asymmetry of the doors adds an unexpected quirk.” FADE TO GREY TABLE Greg: “I love the way the ombré mirrored panels trick the eye. This piece commands attention.” Philippe: “Designed for the Colour Fields show at Southern Guild, it’s an extravagant piece, simple in form but lush with reflective and patinated surfaces.” FACADE UNIT Philippe:…

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off-the-grid style

Ever wondered why so many pro chefs prefer cooking with gas? For the most part it definitely has the edge over electric alternatives in supplying instant, highly responsive heat with total control for enhanced cooking quality all round, but it’s also reliable and, most importantly, highly efficient and the friendlier option for the environment. Electricity might offer you the convenience of unlimited access at the flip of a switch, but with the changing energy landscape, more and more people the world over are going green and switching to gas. And here at home, with rising electricity costs and supply constraints, gas cooking has become a fast-growing trend in making life without power that much more bearable. “For the environmentally conscious and style-centric homeowner, there’s no better solution than Smeg - and once…