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For this fabric and wallcovering design collection, Lorenzo Nassimbeni drew inspiration from iconic South African buildings designed by renowned architect, Sir. Herbert Baker. The designs are based on original freehand drawings created in ink on paper.
The National Mutual Life Association of Australasia building, Church Square, Cape Town, South Africa 1905 . Hand-printed and hand-made scatter cushion-65cm x 75cm.
Kelvin Grove, Campground Road, Cape Town, South Africa . Hand-printed and hand-made scatter cushion -34cm x 80cm.
To view more work from Lorenzo Nassimbeni click here
Here’s a fun interior decor concept by local designer Lecia de Waal. Each block costs R35 and is 10 x 10cm. For other interesting ideas visit the De Waal Art website here:
Skinny Laminx recently launched an online shop specifically for locals. Here you can find all your favourite ‘Skinny’ products ranging from cushion covers to tea towels and even gorgeous little smock dresses for children. http://shop.skinnylaminx.com
Heather Moore, the design genius behind the Skinny Laminx label lives in Cape Town, South Africa. As well as creating beautiful products, Heather also does illustration work and is the editor of ELLE Decoration blog.
To view Heather’s portfolio on Cape Town Creatives click here.
Cape Town is one of South Africa’s most important creative hubs. Cape Town Creatives was started with the vision to centralise information relating to the creative industry in Cape Town. Here is a list of excellent furniture, lighting and homeware designers/companies based in Cape Town. Click on the names below to view the full portfolios on the Cape Town Creatives website.
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