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House and Leisure August 2017

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
Language:
English
Publisher:
Associated Magazines (Pty) Ltd
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IN THIS ISSUE

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editor’s letter

(PHOTOGRAPH: TRAVYS OWEN. GROOMING: DIANA ASHERSON)Every year, House and Leisure compiles a list of Next Generation creative talents – each of whom is doing groundbreaking work in their specific industry – and I’m proud to say that this list has given a real boost to several young designers’ careers (not to mention sparked a number of dinner-table debates among my circle of friends about suitable candidates and talent that has been overlooked). This year, we decided to approach this feature a little differently, and narrow our focus to women who are making waves in their respective fields.Each of the women featured is producing compelling projects and ideas that propel their industry forward. But why women, specifically? Since our story in the June 2017 issue about the inspiring group of women…

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houseandleisure .co.za

TOP SHELFIf you like Verner Panton’s iconic Flowerpot pendant lights (above), you’ll love our decor editor’s pick of more stylish finds and timeless designs. SA’S GOT TALENTINSPIRED BY OUR PICK OF TRAILBLAZERS TO WATCH IN 2017, WE REVISIT A FEW OF LAST YEAR’S NEXT-GENERATION PIONEERS, SUCH AS FLORAL DESIGNER STORM ROSS (LEFT), TO CHECK ON THEIR CAREER TRAJECTORIES. SO HOT RIGHT NOWOur favourite restaurateurs, cooks, chefs, foodies and bloggers teach us how to make their go-to comfort meals and share what makes these dishes memorable.Want a CURATED dose of HOUSE AND LEISURE ONLINE? Sign up at houseandleisure.co.za to get our WEEKLY newsletter STRAIGHT TO YOUR INBOX. NEXT GENERATION IN ACTIONAlso on the site: a behind-the-scenes video of the young female creatives who are shaking up their industries. houseleisureSA HouseAndLeisure houseandleisure…

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the house and leisure readers’ renovation awards

IS YOURS THE MOST INNOVATIVE HOME OR ROOM MAKEOVER IN SOUTH AFRICA?If you’ve recently completed a renovation that you think belongs in the pages of House and Leisure, send us your before and after pictures and you could win big prizes in our READERS’ RENOVATION AWARDS.THIS YEAR, WE WILL FEATURE RENOVATIONS IN TWO CATEGORIESHOMESTHE OWNER OF THE WINNING HOUSE RENOVATION WILL RECEIVE A GREAT PRIZE, PLUS ALL OF THE TOP SIX HOUSES WILL BE FEATURED IN OUR HOUSE AND LEISURE BEFORE & AFTER COLLECTOR’S ISSUE. ROOMSKITCHEN | BATHROOM | BEDROOM | LIVING/DINING ROOM | KID’S ROOM | OUTDOOR THE BEST ROOM RENOVATION IN EACH CATEGORY WILL BE FEATURED IN HOUSE AND LEISURE, AND THE ONE THAT GETS THE MOST VOTES WILL WIN ITS OWNER A FANTASTIC PRIZE. HOUSE AND LEISSUREFor…

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contributors

ROXANNE ROBINSONHouse-plant enthusiast, trend forecaster and former fashion editor, Roxanne Robinson is a lover of all things pink. She says she never thought that she’d leave Joburg for Durban, but now she’s written a feature’s worth of reasons why you should, too (page 94).Who is your favourite emerging South African designer?Jeweller Gillian Lawrence of Lorne. If money were no object, what would you treat yourself to? Wallpapered ceilings and a Mid-Century Danish modular wall unit. What advice would you give your 20-year-old self? Start spending your money wisely now so that at 27, you’re better at it. What three words best describe your home? More is more. What’s on your list of winter decor essentials? I’d really like a cuckoo clock. What’s your earliest design-related memory? When my parents bought…

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go the distance with luxurious wallpapers and sumptuous fabrics in rich hues and graphic patterns

CLOCKWISE FROM LEFT Saturno 12 sidetable in White by Donato D’Urbino and Paolo Lomazzi for De Padova R32 262, Generation; Tripod table lamp in White R3 950, Mezzanine; Ikebana Hat vase by Andrew Walford R2 807, Tonic Design; wallpaper in 356140 Black/White from the Black & Light collection by Eijffinger R1 540/10m roll, Dreamweaver Studios; ‘Five Easy Pieces’ (2015) artwork by Nico Krijno R37 895 (edition three of five) and Pillow armchairs in Yellow Mustard by Lievore Altherr Molina for Andreu World R14 035 each, all Tonic Design; Another rug in Yellow Amber by ATWTP for &tradition R13 335 (170×240cm), Créma Design.CLOCKWISE FROM BOTTOM LEFT Marbleous Panel wallpaper in Perlato from the Surround Wallcovering collection by Zinc Textile R17 510/panel (5×3m), Romo; Rovigo fabric in Ink from the Veneto collection…

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london calling

(PHOTOGRAPH: LAKIN OGUNBANWO)While Toronto has recently been recognised by the BBC as the world’s most diverse city, London is also right up there – which is one of the reasons I love living here. As a capital of culture, it’s home to people from all over the globe and as a result, boasts a thriving African creative scene. Young talents excel here, and their work helps define their own internationally minded, heritage-fuelled diaspora identities more than ever before.Conceptual furniture maker Yinka Ilori is a delightful case in point. Drawing on the parables told to him by his Nigerian parents when he was growing up, he tells his own stories through the chairs he creates, using his mother’s beloved wax fabrics to upscale found objects into brightly coloured, often humorous and…

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