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House and Leisure March 2019

House and Leisure – For those who want to celebrate all aspects of contemporary, stylish living in South Africa. House and Leisure is more than just a décor magazine. It’s the local premium brand with authority on Stylish SA at Home and Play. A source of warmth and pride, loved for celebrating the positives of life in South Africa, it’s the only decor home magazine that also offers strong leisure and lifestyle editorial content. Please note: this digital version of the magazine does not include the covermount items you would find on printed newsstand copies.

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South Africa
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English
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Associated Magazines (Pty) Ltd
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editor’s letter

I was sitting with the HL team in Cape Town when the news broke that opera singer Montserrat Caballé had passed away. I know my team is super trendy and would rather listen to Moonchild Sanelly or Nonku Phiri – but still, I was shocked that not everyone knew who she was! I quickly found a video of Caballé’s and Freddie Mercury’s 1988 performance of their duet ‘Barcelona’. Oh, I’m aware that she performed other pieces that reflect her talent far better, but I love their collaborative show. Plus, I needed to introduce her in as cool a way as possible, and I hoped the Freddie appeal would give her some street cred. In the clip, Freddie is in a skinny ’80s suit and cummerbund, and Montserrat is draped in a…

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trend 01 sculptural chairs

‘HARD-EDGED OR ELEGANTLY CURVED, SCULPTURAL CHAIRS ARE WORTH THE INVESTMENT AS THEY WILL REMAIN TIMELESS STATEMENT PIECES IN YOUR HOME.’ – CHRIZANDA BOTHA DECOR EDITOR, HOUSE AND LEISURE THE DYLAN LEWIS STUDIO & SCULPTURE GARDEN ACCEPTS VISITS BY APPOINTMENT. FOR SCULPTURE ENQUIRIES, CONTACT LYNN@DYLANART.CO.ZA. DYLANLEWIS.CO.ZA…

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trend 02 terracotta

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trend 03 responsible foraging

HEAD My creative process starts with a sensory experience in nature that’s sparked by a memory, the scent of a flower, or the sight of the moon, the sea or a captivating landscape. If I need new inspiration, I go for a long walk to free my mind of domestic thoughts and allow for the natural environment to work its magic. MOUTH I use my mouth to taste and teach. I use it to convey knowledge and information in a succinct and effective manner so it may be remembered and passed on. I use it when I forage, to find the best food to use when I work. This includes anything wild, fresh, seasonal, delicious and covered in edible flowers. EARS My ears are for listening to questions and stories, and are essential for communication…

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trend 04 immersive installations

Kemang Wa Lehulere uses performance, sculpture, drawing, painting and other media to create hauntingly affecting installations that excavate marginalised histories and personal narratives – what he calls the ‘deleted scenes’ of South African history. His visual language incorporates a set of recurring found objects such as ceramic dogs, school desks, bones, pencils, music stands and bird houses, which he repurposes into sculptural installations. Each of these inanimate pieces carries its own symbolic resonance, but by bringing them together and into dialogue with one another, Wa Lehulere offers the possibility of multiple narratives being contained within each one. When orchestrated together, like the notes of a score, they tell a complex story that incorporates many voices, ideas and histories. History is a central theme in Wa Lehulere’s work, which engages with the space…

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trend 08 lab x greenhouse

A unique cross between an old-school laboratory and a plant-filled conservatory, Central is much more than a mere decor store. It’s a haven of interior ideas, where the way the simple metal shelving combines with lab-inspired glassware, special vintage trinkets and cascading plant life will inspire you to reimagine your home as you shop. Central was conceptualised and created by Sanet Coetzee and Rupert Smith – the team behind one of SA’s top visual-merchandising companies – over a period of just two months at the end of 2018, and is situated in a tiny space alongside Deluxe Coffeeworks in Buitenkant Street, Cape Town. ‘We want to create a feeling for people when they walk into Central,’ they say. ‘Retail is about an experience, and we want our customers to leave inspired…

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