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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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South Africa
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English
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New Media A Division of Media 24 (Pty) Ltd
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ed's letter

IRECENTLY READ a story about a chair. It caught my eye for a couple of reasons. Its classic mid-century aesthetic was one; the other was the fact that we’re doing a piece on designer chairs for this issue (page 24). I liked it for its thin beech legs and spindle-back design, but what I loved was the story behind the chair’s origins. It’s a story that’s relevant to the world we’re living in – a story about design in adversity. The Ercol chair – popular among design-minded homeowners in the 1960s and highly collectable now – has its roots in the austerity of post-World War II England. With much of Ercol’s manufacturing capacity taken up by the war effort, the company emerged after 1945 constrained by limited raw-materials supply and construction…

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contributors

ANNETTE KLINGER, FREELANCE WRITER & THING-MAKER What is your all-time favourite design icon? The Morris chair. As a child, I always just knew it as my dad’s chair. When I moved into my first apartment, he gave it to me. I love its understated, timeless simplicity. Annette is a longtime VISI contributor with years of experience in writing about design, and we regularly ask her to bring her appreciative eye and sharp insight to architectural features and house stories alike. In this issue, Annette talked to architects Grete van As and Johan Wentzel about the designers who influenced their work (page 36) and explored a new Robert Silke-designed hotel in Green Point (page 122). CELESTE JACOBS, CONTENT PRODUCER & PHOTOGRAPHER What is your all-time favourite design icon? The Hawa Mahal – Palace of Winds – in…

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visi .co.za

WIN WITH CLM HOME ONE LUCKY VISI READER WILL WIN A SINGLE VELVET BISCUIT HEADBOARD IN AUBERGINE FROM CLM HOME, WORTH R4 990. THE LUXURY HEADBOARD IS NAMED AFTER THE CLASSIC BAKERS ORIGINAL BOUDOIR BISCUITS. GO TO VISI.CO.ZA/WIN TO ENTER. WE ASKED YOU ONLINE: WHICH ARCHITECTURAL STYLE APPEALS TO YOU THE MOST? More than 600 of you took our poll to let us know. Here are the results: 46% Modern 26% Art Deco 14% Bauhaus 14% Postmodern #READERLOVE If you’re enjoying the latest issue, we’d love for you to take a pic of your mag and share it with us. Simply tag VISI on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter with your snap. We are so proud to have our legacy story printed in the new edition of the South African Design Bible @visi_mag @ilukuluku Well done @visi_mag on this beautiful Kitchens magazine. Loving all…

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vision

THE GENTRY SOFA IS THE CULMINATION OF A SEARCH FOR METICULOUS, WELL-BALANCED COMFORT. RESTRAINED EXAGGERATION Photographed at Moroso founder Patrizia Moroso’s enviable home in Udine, northern Italy, these lounge chairs and sofa are all by acclaimed Spanish designer Patricia Urquiola (who also designed the chair on the cover). They reflect the designer’s special affinity for combining fresh takes on making techniques – as seen in the “stocking stitch” backrest on the Biknit chair (left) – with careful attention to comfort and usability. The Gentry sofa is all about “finesse”, says Moroso, and is the culmination of “a project whose origins lie in the search for meticulous and well-balanced comfort, restrained yet with a nod to exaggeration”. These are pieces on which one can sit up and be enthroned – or simply lounge…

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take a seat

NUAGE 2 BY ROBERTO TAPINASSI AND MAURIZIO MANZONI FOR ROCHE BOBOIS Superbly sleek and sophisticated, the Nuage 2 chair is upholstered in leather or fabric, and features a pivoting base in lacquered or chrome-plated metal – with automatic return function and memory position, too. It has a fluid and sculptural feel that will suit both minimalist and more layered interiors. roche-bobois.com KNITTING CHAIR BY IB KOFOD-LARSEN FOR MENU Designed in 1951 and re-issued in 2018, the Knitting chair’s distinctive cut-outs for resting the elbows are a boon for crafters, and rather lovely for just about everyone. Add triangular construction and an enveloping seat and back, and you’re looking at optimal comfort. menuspace.com | nest.co.uk CITIZEN LOWBACK BY KONSTANTIN GRCIC FOR VITRA The Citizen combines a tubular steel frame with a freely suspended seat cushion that…

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home meets office

VISUALISE IT Edge, designed by Gustavo Martini, is a sort of visual room where it is possible to pass through the walls. The name highlights its existence on the edge – between design and installation, idea and reality. gustavomartini.com CONNECTED TO NATURE The Livit Studypod, designed by Torstein Aa, is a prefabricated, freestanding home office in which you can work in peace and be truly focused. The ultra-minimalist design is 2m x 2m x 1,8m in size, with a large, black-tinted, one-way-glass front. livit.no PEACE IN A POD Framery O (above left) is an office “phone booth” pod that’s just 100cm x 100cm x 221cm, and 320kg – a private, echo-free and comfortable working environment for one. frameryacoustics.com SCREEN DREAM The Paravent Plus (above right) is a flexible room divider designed by Atelier Oï for Röthlisberger. Transparent…