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OBJEKT South Africa

OBJEKT South Africa

Jan 2020

Objekt is the world's leading home, décor, design, architecture as well as luxury cars and watches magazine. Featuring only the best from Cape Town to Las Angeles and Paris to Beijing as well as everything in-between. With industry changing photographers and in-depth reviews Objekt truly is in a class of its own.

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South Africa
Langue:
English
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DHS Media Group
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3 min.
amsterdam delight

The apartment is situated in a former distribution centre for the South Holland Brewery from The Hague. Until the mid-twentieth century, this was one of the most renowned breweries in the Netherlands, it even received the Royal designation of Beer Supplier to the Crown. At the beginning of this century it was developed into an apart-ment complex. When Ruud Zegwaart and Debby Dunand bought their apartment in 2016, they could start from scratch with making everything they had imagined a reality. They wanted to create a little bit of Curaçao in the Dutch capital and so they stripped down the apartment completely. Their idea was to realise a loft-like whole in the limited space that they had. Debby had been trained as a visual artist. Ruud had made his name by setting up…

1 min.
welcome to the future of kitchens

New touch stone, concrete and timber materials, exclusive to blu_line, have been combined with specialised glass and aluminium finishes. New kitchen collections as well as specialised details, all developed inhouse, form part of the new showroom with blu_ line’s own sensorline 4.0 technology, which sees the electronic opening of solid stone counters as well as other elements, bringing a new dynamic concept to the kitchen space. The showroom adapts and develops as the user walks through the 600sqm space, offering an unrivalled experience for every client. With this, the new wardrobe area showcases the latest material developments that carry the blu_line authentic luxury finishing to the rest of the home. The brand is continually seeking to discover more, risk more and create unique experiences for their niche clientele. creating products for the…

4 min.
grimm to the limits

The house was built in 1905 as a ´stolp´ farmhouse on the foundation of a much older farm. The noble family of Van Stolk, owned the majority of the land in the vicinity. At the beginning of the last century, the family essentially gave around 1000m2 to their friend, the painter Jaap Min. He raised his 6 children on the farm and painted in the old stable. He raised the ceiling in the central part, to create more light and space for his artistic activities. When Hannah and Jorg Grimm bought the place in 2014, the old ´stolp´ farmhouse was in such a dilapidated state that the place was offered simply as a building plot. The family actually found it a lovely idea that the Grimms wanted to keep the house and…

2 min.
famous bathrooms

“Mode passes Style remains.”Coco Chanel “You are born an artist or you are not. You stay an artist, dear, even if your voice is less of a firecracker.”Maria Callas Bathrooms inspired by iconic individuals, that was the theme of a special exhibition in Bologna. Here, the creativity in the world of ceramics was celebrated at the international Cersaie manifestation. From Coco Chanel to Andy Warhol and from Cleopatra to Neil Armstrong, they all stood model for the most varied creations of bathrooms. They had the characteristics of art galleries with a small number of products displayed and a high degree of visibility. The exhibitions was curated by Angelo Dall’Aglio and Davide Vercelli. OBJEKT International made a creative selection. “A house must please everyone, unlike a work of art which does not need…

4 min.
elise in the sky with diamonds

The Four Seasons Hotel and Residences Toronto is a complex consisting of a 55-story residential condominium tower next to a 30-storey hotel tower in the Yorkville district of Toronto. The two glass towers were designed by Peter Clewes of architects Alliance and developed by Bay-Yorkville Developments. Four Seasons Hotels chairman and founder Isadore Sharp proclaimed at the opening in 2012 the location as being “In a category by itself, a true Four Seasons flagship hotel and a landmark development for the city of Toronto”. For most of their lives, Ellis and Harvey lived in a country style home in Toronto’s Rosedale and Ellis had to convince her husband into condo living. The Four Seasons Private Residences Toronto is one of the most prestigious condo developments in Canada and the place where Elise…

4 min.
6 generations of belgian decorators

Geoffroy designs and decorates houses, apartments and restaurants in Belgium, The Netherlands, Luxembourg, the UK, France, and the US. He names Leonardo da Vinci, Tony Duquette, St. Nicholas and his mother as his biggest sources of inspiration. He was born and raised as a professional decorator, one of the sixth generation of decorators and furniture makers in his family. “We started out as furniture makers in Maldegem. Five generations before me huge pieces of furniture were being made here in the studio, for the good citizens who were looking to create their first ‘dining rooms’ during that period. That went on until around 1918, the end of WW1, and then my great-grandmother decided to open a shop, alongside the studio. People were euphoric that the war was over and had money…