The Collector’s Interior

Entries for 'African art'

Time capsule: how our spaces help us slow down
Taking a pause in this beautifully curated patio area – an ideal outdoor summer space – we ask the question: can our environment speak of treasuring time and honouring the moment? Looking around, and looking within, it becomes obvious that it can. And it does so because each object in th...
Zambezi House: Made in Africa
Under a canopy of statuesque jackal berry trees, enter through the carved Rajasthani doors, framed by grand mokoros overhead and wooden grain stompers planted with ferns, palms and other lush greens. A flock of friendly African birds welcome you to Zim’s newest stroke of genius: Zambezi House....
Awaken curiosity
A room with beautiful furnishings and an abundance of unusual curiosities on display is a lovely sight to behold, but can it be more? We believe, yes, so much more. Chosen carefully, every artefact has a story to tell; every piece of artwork a history and meaning; every functional item a birthplace ...
Living in Monochrome
The Power of Contrast Living in Monochrome is no new trend, rather a timeless and classic way of design. Without the distraction of colour, a monochrome palette brings forth form and shape. Its simplicity creates a calming space, a quiet escape where structure and texture come to the forefront...
The Hausa Range
Along with the natural elements of comfort and design, the Hausa Range brings a subtle piece of Africa into your home. The deconstructed nature of Hausa (pronounced How-Zah) allows each aspect of artistry to stand alone, yet together. As in art and food, deconstructed seating aims ...

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