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Visi VISI 100

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.

國家/地區:
South Africa
語言:
English
出版商:
New Media Publishing
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celebrate our 100th issue with us

SJOE! 100 issues and counting… What a pleasure and memorable adventure it has been to put together the biggest-ever issue of VISI. Since 2001, I have been fortunate to work on this very special magazine alongside some of the most inspiring and talented people in South Africa. Every one of us here at VISI has always pulled out all the stops to delight and surprise you, our loyal followers in print and online, and has gone all out to nurture this important local love-brand. Thank you to all who have let us into their homes over the years, and all the super-talented architects, artists, crafters and designers who have shared their work with us. For me, André Eksteen of Earthworld Architects sums it up best: “VISI defined a whole new approach. For the first…

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visi 100 contributors

PORTRAITSBABETTE KAHLO (NEIL),EMILIE GAMBADE (MALIBONGWE),GEOFFREY DAVIES (LAURIAN),JAN CRONJE (ANNETTE),JAN RAS (AMI, MICHAELA),JEREMY DEPUTAT (TRACY L),KATE MCLUCKIE (KELLY),MARC SHOUL (GRAHAM),MICHAEL LA GRANGE (SAM W), NASH MARIAH (JABULILE), PATRICK DINNEEN (LINDI), SHAVAN RAHIM (LAUREN)…

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#readerlove

I had a VISI and then I started pouring Champagne #lettheweekendbegin #visimagazine #fridayfeels #summergoals #millennialpink – @we_are_dreamworld VISI! We could not be more proud to be a part of this beautiful issue and incredible magazine. #Design #Architecture #Interiors @zeanneandgoss – @zeanneduminy On our coffee table this month. I always look forward to a new issue of @visi_mag. One of my favourite & well curated local interior & design magazines. – @astoldbytiffany When your nails are on point with the new VISI magazine and new trendy colours monochrome with millennial pink #newmagazine #design #architecture – @anlimari Good morning @jessicamdleleni #safi #furnituremanufacturing #southafricandesign #furniture @sa_furniture_initiative VISI • slowliving – @allisonlou_ WIN WITH OBBLIGATO Courtesy of Obbligato, one lucky VISI reader will win one round planter with a mirror finish, worth R6 900. Manufactured using 304-grade stainless steel, the planter…

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bitch house

WHEN we were the bright-eyed parents of just two very young children, my husband and I, in a fit of financial and romantic delusion, bought “a little holiday house up the coast”. If I remember correctly, and at my age my memory can be patchy (especially when it suits me), I did promise him faithfully that, in order for us to even dream of affording this mad extravagance, I would become frugal overnight, work like a dog till the day I died and never again eat anything but bread and cheese. In the face of all his very sensible reservations, I swore, most importantly, to never, ever get pregnant again. But. Oh, dear. Long, romantic nights in an isolated beach house with no connectivity and untrustworthy electrics can wreak havoc with the best……

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no place like home

FROM the moment that Paul Spambo, a South African doctor travelling in the UK at the time, fell in love with his future wife Viki, who was working as an ER nurse, their relationship has been a synthesis of different cultures. Viki wanted to get married in a castle, but instead of settling on a ballroom in Cheshire the couple held their wedding ceremony in a castle on Noetzie Beach and the reception at Zachary’s at Pezula Golf Estate in Knysna. The following year, Paul bought a plot of land at Pezula and they reached out to Guy Ailion of KSR Architects to design a house that was not only an aesthetic tribute to two cultures but also a space where they could meet, meld and grow together. “As a South African…

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a work of art

EDOARDO VILLA’s journey had been a long one: from Italy to South Africa as a prisoner of war, and from classic realism to abstract modernism as an artist. After his release, he chose to stay on in Johannesburg and for a time lived and worked at the home of artist Douglas Portway in Kew, a suburb on the eastern fringe of the city. Villa soon became a prominent figure in the local art world and in the great surge of creative innovation that lit up the middle of the century. He was able to buy the Portway house in 1959, and in 1968 commissioned Ian McLennan to design a house for him on the same property, giving him no brief and a very small budget. It was a time when the symmetries…