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Condé Nast House & Garden

Condé Nast House & Garden August 2019

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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from the editor

We’re all trying to make a connection. As makers, doers, creatives. As humans. After all, in an increasingly unsure world, isn’t it our connections that are both anchor and North Star? I’m talking about something that transcends the short-lived affirmation of likes, retweets and right swipes – it’s more complicated than that and I have Laduma Ngxokolo – MaXhosa creator, Condé Nast Luxury Conference speaker, IKEA collaborator, 100% Design South Africa featured artist – to thank for that realisation. For Laduma, the power to connect the global community to his heritage is nothing short of monumental. Pioneer, activist, revolutionary; weighty epithets that he wears with humble determination. One thing is clear: it’s becoming less and less about the influencers and more and more about the connectors. Which brings us to Maps Maponyane,…

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online

TREND ALERT THE LATEST DECOR AS IT DROPS. THE H&G EDITORS BRING YOU A CURATED SELECTION OF MUST-HAVE PIECES FROM YOUR FAVOURITE DESIGNERS. DON’T MISS AN ISSUE SUBSCRIBE TO HOUSE & GARDEN ON ZINIO FOR YOUR MONTHLY DIGITAL DESIGN AND DECOR FIX, AND SAVE UP TO R114 PER YEAR. ZA.ZINIO.COM PRIVATE TOUR GO BEHIND THE SCENES, GET THE FULL INTERVIEWS AND WATCH OUR EXCLUSIVE HOME-TOUR VIDEOS. THERE’S A WHOLE LOT MORE FROM THE WORLD OF H&G WITH NEW FEATURES GOING LIVE DAILY. MEET THE MAKERS H&G GIVES YOU ACCESS TO THE WHO, WHAT AND WHY BEHIND THE BIGGEST NAMES IN THE GAME. HOUSEANDGARDEN.CO.ZA FOLLOW US Facebook HouseGardenSA Instagram houseandgardensa Pinterest housegardensa PHOTOGRAPHS: ELSA YOUNG (MAPS MAPONYANE); KARL ROGERS (JAN HENDRIK VAN DER WESTHUIZEN); SUPPLIED…

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i want to be remembered as a pioneer, a visionary, a radical.

‘I fear the things that are beyond me. I think, “will what I have started have an impact on economic development?” I am fearful I may not achieve that in my time. I aim to make works that will outlive me.’LADUMA NGXOKOLO Wearing his now globally recognised MaXhosa cardigan over a similarly patterned golf shirt, Laduma Ngxokolo casts a quietly confident presence over the photographer’s studio in Cape Town where, after innumerable emails, texts and phone calls, he has managed to carve an hour out of his schedule for this profile. He is, after all, very busy these days (something he’s had to adapt to. He doesn’t ‘get much time to design in the studio anymore’, becoming something of a perpetual creative in transit). Laduma’s impact – not just on design,…

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the august style checklist

1 ‘Topaz’, the dazzling new wallpaper collection from Eijffinger, which is available from Dreamweaver Studios, comes to life with shimmering facets and deep gem tones that add instant glamour to any space. dreamweaverstudios.co.za 2 The 'Queen Nenzima' server by Joburgbased brand The Urbanative pays homage to the eponymous Mangbetu royal with its curved, elongated shape. theurbanative.com 3 Inspired by aerial photography, from her own to satellite imagery, (re)stitched landscape is the third instalment from artist and rug designer Julia Swanepoel Pepler for Gonsenhausers. finerugs.co.za 4 Chanel's ‘Paris-Riviera’ fragrance perfectly captures the joie de vivre of the Côte d’Azur in the 1920s with a bouquet of floral and citrus notes. chanel.com 5 Dark’s lighting range features pendant, wall, standing and table lamps with an unapologetically modern approach to shape and material. newport.co.za 6 Named after the…

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a place called home

They say ‘home is where you make it’, and with a Michelin star for his eponymous restaurant in Nice under his belt, Jan Hendrik van der Westhuizen has certainly made it on the coast of the French Riviera. But for the chef, whose food is infused with the flavours of South Africa from buchu to biltong, home is also very much the place where he grew up. ‘Some things remain important to you no matter where you go, and ever since I left beautiful South Africa, the concept of coming home has been one of those things,’ he explains. Jan’s return is an ode to the country in two movements: one bush-side restaurant, Klein JAN, emerging from the dusty plains of the Tswalu Kalahari Reserve; the other, an Innovation Studio,…

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green house effect

Coffee isn’t hard to come by on Cape Town’s Kloof Street, and in recent years the neighbourhood has seen an explosion of spaces that are as much geared towards work as they are to meeting up. 117Kloof ’s Daniel Holland is well aware of this, and that there’s no dearth of drinking spots in this neighbourhood, either – after all, he’s the owner of Yourstruly, one of the most popular establishments to combine the two. Having made a success of numerous branches of that business, Daniel was determined to do something quite different when he acquired this space, which at the time was a disused mechanic’s workshop. Enter the plants, the long central table and, of course, the range of antiques, for which Daniel and his mother, Sheila, share a…