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Studio Masson – Eco-Standard Slabbing

Blending exceptional design and sustainability philosophies into commercial and residential architecture, most of Studio Masson products are made of 30 to 40 percent recycled, non-volatile, non-polluting materials and are manufactured in state-of-the-art production...

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Cattelan Italia – Timeless Avant-Garde

Cattelan Italia is today the symbol of a lifestyle, a worldwide benchmark in the furniture industry. The focus at Salone Internazionale del Mobile was the evolution of its design and applied technologies, such as bronze finishes made with manual processes and...

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Bathco – Beyond the Ordinary

Bathco South Africa was opened in June 2018 to introduce an exclusive mid- to high-end, Spanish porcelain bathroom sanitaryware unique counter top basins and bath tubs to the country. Their range of bespoke basins present several design opportunities to add flare and...

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Eurodomica – Deck Perfection

With over 40 years presence in the aluminium industry and with a large international footprint, Eurodomica specialises in opening and sliding windows, minimal systems, façades, rolling shutters, folding doors, fly screens, shades, pergolas, balustrades, gates, fences,...

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Indigenus – Life-Enriched Impact

The internationally renowned contemporary planter company, Indigenus, announces its latest collaboration with two of Africa’s top designers: ceramicist, Andile Dyalvane and furniture designer, Laurie Wiid van Heerden. Indigenus planters demonstrate the scale and...

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blu-line – Irresistibly Incognito

blu_line has recently launched its latest innovation: a custom stone prep bowl with seamless integration – meaning no visible taps or spouts. The blu_line sensor prep bowl was manufactured exclusively by the company for its discerning clientèle. It enables the stone...

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Flexform – Elective Affinities

Designed by architect Antonio Citterio and unveiled at the Salone del Mobile in Milan in April 2008, the Cestone sofa celebrates its 10th anniversary. ‘Time authenticates the validity of the idea,’ says Citterio. ‘Time is an unyielding judge and relegates to oblivion...

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Neolith® Delivers Singularly Thin Shower Trays

Neolith® has formed an exclusive partnership with Piattibelli, a manufacturer of ultra-thin shower trays, to offer architects and designers an extensive range of stylish and high-performance drainage plates for bathrooms

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Italtile | SA Décor Trends 2018/19: A snapshot

South Africa may have been a little design backwater a decade or two ago. No longer. We take international trends and bend them. We grow our own, too. And not surprising, seeing as we’re one of the most colourful and diverse nations on the planet. We also import much...

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Introducing @home’s Grace Silk Road Collection

Inspired by cultural trading along the ancient Silk Road - which stretched from China, through India, Asia, Mesopotamia, Egypt, Africa, Greece to Rome - the collection promises to spark the interests of homemakers as well as travel enthusiasts who are eager to add an...

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OKHA – Rational and Irrational

Cape Town design studio OKHA has released a pair of new side tables, the Rational and Irrational tables. At first glance, the Rational table appears to be an exercise in absolute reductionism, initially it gives the impression of being composed of a basic structure of...

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Miele – The Culinary Arts

Miele appliances have always stood for quality and the new-to-market CulinArt oven is no exception. We speak to Mercia de Jager about what makes the CulinArt oven such a great choice for chefs, foodies and amateur cooks alike. The Miele CulinArt oven is designed to be...

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Reading Matters: Safari Style Africa

Habitat is just over 45 years young. Around two decades ago we used to feature game lodges fairly regularly, but subsequently curtailed this due to the end results all looking pretty much the same. Originality was absent for the most part – exceptions being the rule –...

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