29 July 2014

Super brands at 100% Design

100% Design South Africa, presented by Dauphin HumanDesign® Group, Conde Nast House & Garden and The Home Channel is packed full of amazing brands from the residential, hospitality and office interior design and design industries, proving that 100% Design South Africa is unsurpassed in its line-up of leading design giants from far and near. The show will run from the 6th to the 10th of August at Gallagher Convention Centre.

100% Design South Africa 

South Africa excels in ceramics and there is an unsurpassed representation from the ceramic world including Ceramic Factory, Mud Studio, Mick Haigh and Lisa Firer.

South Africa is about to get a never-seen-before phenomenal collection of great contemporary designs from international designers including Thomas Heatherwick, Jaime Hayon, Inge Sempré, David Trubridge with top brands Ligne Roset and Christain Lacroix from France; Fritz Hansen and Hay from Denmark; Arper, Ethino and Mitesco from Italy; Leolux from the Netherlands; Ralph Lauren, Philip Jeffries, Greypants, Visual Comfort and Pablo Designs from the USA; and Boss, Jessica Zoob, Zinc Textiles and Designers Guild from the UK.

But the show wouldn’t be a show without South Africa’s top designers and we are pleased to announce that; Laurie Van Heerden of Wiid Design will be creating furniture for an Amorim cork-clad bar, John Vogel, Meyer Von Weilligh, Pierre Le Roux, Indigi Design, Bronze Age, Willowlamp, and Atang Tshikare will be showing their latest designs and new products and Dokter and Misses will be creating 100% Office in association with Visi magazine, Dauphin, Interface and Gone Rural. To top all that you can see the designs which Mr Price Home have done in collaboration with other leading South African designers like Amanda du Plessis and Ed Suter at The Mr Price Home Colab Café.

Fabric, floors and walls will be well covered (no pun intended) with Home Fabrics, Black Fabrics, Romo, Robin Sprong, Fabcote, Plascon, C.O. Designs, Able Walling and Interface. And the best of South African textile designers are exhibiting too: Ronel Jordaan, Evolution, Coral Stephens Handweaving, Mungo Design, Bead Design Studio, Peta Lee, Ginger Cat, Design Team, Carole Nevin, Adele’s Mohair and Ashanti.

South African furniture and lighting companies are out in full force. There is an impressive line-up of companies from the residential, office and hospitality setors: Dauphin HumanDesign® Group, Tonic Design, Leonardo Design, A la Maison, Southern Hospitality, Obbligato, Inova Furniture, Limeline, Marlan Teak, Mezzanine, Raw Studios, Guideline MNF, Glo Lighting, GDF Design Lab, One Good Turn, Bacsac, Tilt Design Collective, Hope Furniture, Antiques and Heritage of Europe, Trestle South Africa, Space For Life with C20 Gallerie and Amatuli.

South Africa excels in ceramics and there is an unsurpassed representation from the ceramic world including Ceramic Factory, Mud Studio, Mick Haigh and Lisa Firer. The Long Table, a ceramic collective feature by Art in The Forest in association with House & Leisure magazine which will showcase works by Anthony Shapiro, Andile Dylvane, Madoda Fani, Diana Ferreira, Lisa Firer, Mervyn Gers, Martine Jackson, Chuma Maweni, Emmanuel Ncube, Luthando Nyhudwana, Samantha Read, Trevor Rizzato, Nic Sithole, Nkhosiko Vulangenqhele, Clementina van der Walt and Sarah Walters.

And the line-up of the country’s best interior designers will be offering stylish and creative rooms to inspire for the coming season: Robert Sherwood will be designing 100% Hotel; Sarah Ord Interiors will be showing a sneak preview of her new hotel The Stack; Head Interiors, M Interiors and Karen Robert Interiors will be designing 100% Lodge in association with Home Fabrics and Shiree Darley’s team at DIAD will be showcasing the magnificent interiors work in the hospitality industry that they have been doing across continents. Cape Town designer, John Jacobs will be creating a room for Condé Nast House & Garden, and Hocus Interior Design Studio, Archipelago Collective and Blacksmith Interior Inspiration will be creating their own contemporary styled room sets.

Watch out for emerging creatives at 100% Talent supported by Business of Design with names that are all making their impact on the design scene: Rene Roussouw, Moonbasket, The Odd Table, Origo, Alan Epstein and Design with the End in Mind.

100% Design South Africa is a hot design show with even hotter talent. Be sure not to miss this magnificent line up.

For more information and images on the brands at 100% Design South Africa or interviews with any of the participants please contact:

Cathy O’Clery: +27 (0)72 772 4463 cathy.100percentdesign@ThebeReed.co.za
Maryn Van Biljon: +27 (0)82 528 7937 maryn.van.biljon@gmail.com
Web site: www.100percentdesign.co.za
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