With 100% Design 2019 behind us and with the overwhelmingly positive feedback received, we are eager to proceed and grow Inhouse into a product which can meet your most important needs.
After the launch of Inhouse, Visi interviewed Peet to get the inside scoop. The article will feature in this month’s issue; it’s the perfect opportunity to catch up on our big idea that you might have missed at 100% Design.
We’ll keep you in the loop of the Inhouse process… but for now, please bear with us as we proceed to develop Inhouse. We are currently compiling all our information regarding it in a compact format to make it easily accessible. We are also busy uploading the necessary information onto our website for quick referencing.
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After the judges diligently made their rounds through all the stands at 100% Design it was time to announce the winners. The awards evening took place at the Clout café designed by Studio Leelynch and fired up by Nando’s, an ideal setting for an exciting awards evening that showcased South Africa’s leading designers and innovators.
The awards included sections such as lighting design, textile design, best stand design and designer of the year. See them all here:
Best Lighting Design: Memphis Lighting Collection by Wiid Design and Ceramic Matters.
Best Surface Design: MaXhosa wallpaper by Laduma Ngxokolo.
Best Textile Design: Ronel Jordaan.
Best of 100% New Talent: Sifiso Shange of Afrimodern in collaboration with John Vogel.
Best Furniture Design: Preservation Bench by Houtlander for AHEC.