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Directory of Architects - South Africa published by REYGAN MEDIA 212B Upper Buitengracht Street, Cape Town 8001 Tel: +27 (0)21 422 4445 Fax: 086 617 8452 Email: marketing@reygan.co.za Database/Research Jess Morgan Advertising Sales Phoenix Creative Communication Zahida Mahomed Munashe Mbavarira Michelle Reid Design and Layout Redd West Design Co Administration Zenith Bester & Louise Martin Publisher A.C. Reynolds Production Coordinator A.C. Reynolds Editorial Coordinator Carl Reynolds Cover Photograph Photograph courtesy of GAAF and University of Houston Architecture Department. Whilst every care has been taken to ensure the accuracy of the information contained in this directory, the publisher does not guarantee the entirety or accuracy of its contents and cannot be held liable for any errors. Š Reygan Media 2015 All rights are reserved; no part of this publication may be reproduced or transmitted in any way without prior written consent being obtained from the publisher.


DIRECTORY of ARCHITECTS

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CONTENTS

Publisher’s Letter

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TIME SPACE EXISTENCE Peter Jay Zweig

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Global Art Affairs Foundation_ University of Houston

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Decorex 2014 Show Report_ Cape Town

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Inscape Design College

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Kitchen Specialists Association

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Institute of Interior Design Professions

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Industry Contacts

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Corporate Profiles

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Suppliers

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MESSAGE FROM THE PUBLISHER The urban fabric that is our collective future is busting at the seams. As mega cities from New York to Mumbai swell at speeds beyond current infrastructure and development plans, cities need smart solutions for sustainable expansion. While large scale design solutions are very exciting and ideal for ‘greenfield’ projects or in scenarios where major intervention is possible, much inspiration can be drawn from small actions and scenarios, tactical solutions that don’t impose. Indeed, innovative design has always been more significantly driven by societies immediate needs and challenges. As the winners of the GAAF (Global Art Affairs Foundation) design prize, Houston University has demonstrated how these small ideas can infect bigger thinking and lead to significant impact. This has me believing that the huge amount of amazing, innovative and inspiring ideas on display throughout the year in Cape Town over 2014 will have a lasting influence on the way we address our own challenges both locally and nationally. We have taken inspiration from all this creative activity and re-evaluated the purpose of our online presence. As a valuable resource to the design industry, we have streamlined our platform and can now offer some unique and effective marketing solutions specific to our readership. As always, thank you, to the companies and people who have supported us through the last 8 years. It is due only to your support that we are able to enter our ninth year of service to the greater design industry. We look forward to making it a significant year and assisting you in achieving the same with yours. All the best for 2015, it’s going to be great! Carl Reynolds Publisher

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Landscape Architecture TIME SPACE EXISTENCE

Peter Jay Zweig FAIA

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In relation to the Global Art Affairs Foundation’s official Venice Architecture Biennale exhibition TIME SPACE EXISTENCE, and the Foundation’s general focus on the philosophical concepts of Time, Space and Existence, Peter Jay Zweig wrote the following personal statement: 19


When asked to write a statement, I was humbled by the enormity of these three simple words, TIME, SPACE and EXISTENCE. Upon reflection, I began to think of this as an opportunity to create a marker, a stake on man’s place in the universe, to take a deep breath and offer personal meditations, exposing my inner thoughts on taking the everyday life to another level beyond that which we know. As Albert Einstein introduced the 20th century to the notions of relativity, it has become clear in the 21st century that each person is composed of all that has existed before and will be on a molecular level. Matter and energy continually reciprocate and balance one another in the cycles of regenerating life. This simple theorem proves that perhaps, there is more we have in common with each other than previously conceived. However, our collective thoughts on time, space and existence seems to be evolving through history and has not yet reached a consensus. Historians, curators, architects and artists, all take a position and try to make history understandable from their own time and individual

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perspective. However, the inevitable debate on the ‘ultimate truth’ continues between science and faith, between reality and each person’s unique perception. As we may recall, the earth being round, the discovery of gravity and the understanding that objects will always fall to the ground, the notion of perspective in art, as opposed to all images and space being flat, the invention of the clock to measure time as linear, the life altering view of mankind developing as part of an evolutionary process, the ability of man to conquer flight, seeing the earth as a whole from space and even the concept infinity are all thoughts that have only occurred to man within the past 500 years. All these ideas have clearly changed our thoughts of time and space and have altered our views forever. I therefore think that man’s perception of time, space and existence is a moving target; the truth seems to be just out of reach, where all we know is always moving to a new horizon, where ideas come down to: what do you believe in at the moment to be true, in your own time.

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TIME: The NOW: Most notions of faith and psychology remark on the concept of trying to exist in the present, because it is all we really have. Even the memories of past events or those of the future, only exist as thoughts in the present. However,we are now experiencing the beginning of an evolutionary transition with the advent of a virtual reality. The latest technologies of mass communication are changing all forms of media and are collapsing our past conceptions of time and space. Since ideas can now be transmitted instantaneously, it is affecting our most precious notions of existence. By being able to communicate in an instant on a global level, the face to face interaction of the physical is becoming less important. Texting or tweeting preempts a phone call, because the sender doesn’t

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have to waste time talking and can reach everyone simultaneously. Privacy becomes transparent, thus removing another barrier to our relationship with time, space and existence. The enlightenment of the inner voice, becoming in touch with the “oneness” and being able to go off line and silence the global chatter is becoming increasingly difficult. Broadcast TV becomes old news because the internet has already made the news gone viral; time in this case becomes the NOW and the physical is once again preempted by the virtual. Marshall McLuhan correctly predicted 50 years ago that, ‘The Medium is the Message’. It is the momentary thought that is now transmitted as it happens to everyone, everywhere that appears to be the next evolutionary step of how mankind interacts with each other. The perception of time and space has clearly collapsed, which can prove challenging to the pursuit of getting in touch with the spiritual, inner self, as the virtual world of the media proliferates and becomes more pervasive.

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SPACE: The evolving PAST: In the 20th century Einstein proclaimed that space was curved. It was years later that this hypothesis was proven in an experiment when a light beam was bounced off the moon from the earth, measured and proved that space did in fact, curve. Einstein further proved that the speed of light projected an image that needed time to travel in space, thus creating the notion that all things are relative to one another in space. Therefore, the image and the predictability of time could no longer be occurring in the same moment. As an example, the stars that you are looking at tonight actually existed in the past. The time it took for the image of the star to reach earth made man capable of seeing history,

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seeing the past image of something that existed possibly millions of years ago. Einstein also later explained how the past and future can actually be viewed from the present by bending space in such a way that time could exist as a linear element, while space remained curved. This allowed the viewer to look forward or backward from the curving of space and the linear line of time. This view of time and space unlocks the key to portraying the past, present and the future as coexisting in one referential point. It is now possible for an artist or architect to explore new ways of seeing space, from an historical cubist, super flat, modernist, or from a contemporary vantage point of experiencing time and virtual space in a simultaneous moment.

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EXISTENCE: The new IMMORTAL: The ultimate question each of us faces is how to approach the idea of death in light of our fleeting existence. It’s perhaps the greatest unknown mystery of life. Faith has different notions of approaching the concept of how the spirit of man is released after death. However, with the discoveries of the genetic mapping of the DNA, it is now unquestionable how our genetic codes are transferred to our children: it is the life force of the parents that are passed on in the smallest genetic codes at the time of conception. It is these inherited traits,these markers that unlock the mystery of our immortality. It has been calculated that 25% of the earth’s population is related to Genghis Kahn. It is remarkable that a DNA trace from a thousand years ago can be deciphered and catalogued today. The experimentation with cloning, nanotechnology and genetic manipulation as a form of immortality foreshadows a new, evolutionary potential only predicted

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in imaginative, science fiction writing. Man’s immortality can now be inexorably linked to our children, as our essence is passed on to them as they carry a piece of us into future generations. Time therefore, truly becomes relative from the individual’s perspective, either existing only in the moment, or linked together as moments on a necklace through time in succeeding generations. Just like the isolated, documented people that were shown a photograph of themselves for the first time and they couldn’t see themselves in the image, because of not understanding perspective visually, or how to interpret an image on paper: Time itself is similarly something we can’t see, but rather conceptualize as an idea and apply it to reality. It is this paradox of manipulating reality that allows the artist and the architect to create a vision of how to see ourselves in our own time, but predictably will also change and evolve as time passes and self awareness of our own existence and place in history is altered.

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“From pointform of view, firmly “Space my is notown a tangible existingI instand front of us, rooted in the NOW, looking overto a vast universe, but rather something that occurs us when we inenter awea space that and I exist inits my own time andIsozaki space, notice existence” - Arata even for a glorious moment.” - Peter Jay Zweig TIME . SPACE . EXISTENCE is the theme of the next exhibition TIME SPACE EXISTENCE the Global Art Affairs Foundation is currently organising Architecture Biennale during 2014 the 2014Venice Venice Architecture Biennale.

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As our perception of time and space collapses around us in an evolutionary outburst of information, technology and communication systems, it is understandable to feel lost in wonder over a global society changing right before our eyes. From my own point of view, I stand firmly rooted in the NOW looking over a vast universe, in awe that I exist in my own time and space, even for a glorious moment.

Peter Jay Zweig FAIA


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Bayou Farming (University of Houston)

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The Global Art Affairs Foundation is a Dutch non-profit organization that aims to heighten the awareness about the more philosophical themes in contemporary art, in particular: Time – Space – Existence, and make these subjects more accessible to a wider international audience. In order to achieve this goal, we organize exhibitions, symposia and we publish.

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Art and architecture exhibitions are organized during the Venice Biennale at Palazzo Bembo, Palazzo Mora, Palazzo Michiel and Palazzo Rossini. In order to draw attention towards and to promote specific individuals or projects, the non-profit organization Global Art Affairs Foundation (GAAF) awards every year an artist(s) or architect(s) for his/her/their outstanding concept and execution thereof. We award the Global Art Affairs Foundation Prize each time to an artist(s) or architect(s) who is dedicated to his/her/their concept over a longer period of time and whereby this concept and the execution thereof is in our opinion of significant meaning for mankind. Winner of the 2014 Edition of the GAA-Foundation prize is the UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON, GERALD D. HINES COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE.

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UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON, GERALD D. HINES COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE 2014 VENICE ARCHITECTURE BIENNALE UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON, GERALD D. HINES COLLEGE OF ARCHITECTURE Winner of the Global Art Affairs Foundation Prize 2014 RISKY HABIT[AT] By Peter Jay Zweig, FAIA 50% of the world’s population live on deltas and coastal areas. 60% of the GDP of countries come from the economies of this fertile area. As the world population increases, the urbanization and industrialization of the delta has created a new and challenging frontier. Can man live in this fragile ecosystem that has become the breeding ground for 40% of the world’s species? Will the expanding ports, chemical storage,refineries,and manufactured environments coexist with the migrating birds, fish and animal life? Can man manage the catastrophic natural disasters that are prone to these regions? These are the questions facing the next generation. As society propels itself into a world of climate change with rising sea levels,tsunami’s and increasing swells of weather that have resulted in devastating hurricanes, floods and water surges,it has now become the design imperative to learn how to reverse the effects of climate change,or how to defensively coexist with these new facts of life. The University of Houston, Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture has undertaken this challenge with Peter Jay Zweig, FAIA as the curator and exhibition designer with an International Consortium of Universities in the Netherlands, Argentina and the United States. In Houston, the question was posed: How do you take an industrialized bayou with the negative problems of toxic water and air pollution, loss of wildlife and wetlands, and a settlement infrastructure that is ageing and convert these problems into positive solutions along 100 miles of the Buffalo Bayou?

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The architecture students explored how Houston, the fourth largest city with the number one shipping port in the United States, could become a contemporary example of how to solve the intrinsic problems of living in coastal areas and create a high quality of life in an industrialized, urban city living on a delta. The forward looking schemes integrate the management of flooding,water surges, runoff and winds prone to the hot and humid climate of a coastal city with sophisticated building and natural filter systems that exploit carbon sequestering, phytoremediation, harvesting of water and embodied energy concepts for an agrarian landscape. The notion that humanity is truly part of a greater natural order has begun to emerge on a global scale.. If man is to survive as a species in a world that is becoming increasingly accessible and interconnected, then viewing the 100 miles of the Buffalo Bayou from Barker Dam along the energy corridor to downtown, to the ship channel, Galveston Bay and finally to the oil rigs in the Gulf of Mexico should be conceived as one curated ecology of nature and man living together. A WATERLINE that is not simply natural or artificial, but one that is a thriving, interdependent system that has many layers of geological, infrastructure, settlements and environmental processes that hold the future of man’s development. It has been important for this next generation of students to creatively imagine both short and long term dreams, for sometimes with the right amount of passion,dreams do come true.

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RISKY HABIT[AT]: 2014 VENICE ARCHITECTURE BIENNALE DYNAMIC LIVING ON THE BUFFALO BAYOU: HOUSTON, TEXAS USA Houston represents the geological intersection of the South and West, where the coastal prairies meet the inland forests, where winding bayous converge on the Gulf of Mexico. Home to a myriad of delicate ecologies, surging floods, swelling storms, and hurricanes, dense humidity at high temperatures,unrelenting drought,blazing wildfires,and torrents of insect infestation,Houston hangs in the balance of a truly dynamic environment. From east to west,the bayou transforms from a fluvial stream into a rigidly angular, industrialized waterway. Since the city’s founding,the Buffalo Bayou has been the birth canal for Houston economically, culturally, socially, and politically. Coupled with the risky habits of suburban sprawl, petrochemical refineries, and reliance on the automobile, the increasingly volatile environment now threatens a metropolitan city of six million. Like the city’s sprawling edges, Houston’s identity and sense of place has decentralized over time, as it has consistently redefined, re-branded, and reimagined itself: a rail hub, oil boom-town, international port, space centre, and energy capital. Comprehensively, these design proposals present Houston in three scales along the banks of the bayou: 100 miles: WATERLINE, 02 mile: BRIDGES, and 20 foot: FACADES. By identifying Houston’s risky habits on the bayou, an investigation at incremental scales transform the negative threats of a risky habitat to positive opportunities.

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RISKY HABIT : 100 MILES :LIVING ON THE BAYOU From Downtown to the Gulf of Mexico, the Buffalo Bayou has proved to be a vital piece of Houston’s growth for the past 100 years. Through history, Houston’s economic prosperity has transformed a narrow and winding bayou into an international port. How is it possible that Houston’s port, stretching more than fifty miles, generating more than one million jobs, connecting so crucially to the regional, national, and global economy is so detached from the local culture? Is this relationship something worthy of salvage, or has it become too disconnected, too volatile and too toxic to save? Home to a myriad of delicate ecologies, surging floods, swelling weather, unrelenting drought, dense humidity and high temperatures, Houston fosters risky habits in a risky habitat. Conceived as one cohesive and curated ecology, Risky Habit(at) approaches Houston’s primary waterway in three, sequential scales: 100 miles, 2 miles, and 20 feet. Designed in an equilibrium of human settlement, nature and infrastructure, these projects balance the fragile environment with the economic ethos of a city in search of its future. From the two city dams impending collapse, to the rapid loss of coastal wetlands, to the toxic nature of the ship channel, to the idling, abandoned oil rigs in the Gulf of Mexico, Houston’s risky habits of suburban sprawl, reliance on the automobile, and economic prerogative now threaten a metropolitan city of more than six million people. The projects along the bayou do not merely speak about aesthetics or beautification, but use biology, geology, technology and engineering to solve environmental problems that have a real-world impact on the future of the urban waterfront. By recognizing the bayou’s economic importance, realizing its cultural significance, and respecting its volatile potential, these projects reactivate the water’s edge, integrating dynamic and flexible design solutions within a rising waterline.

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RISKY HABITAT : 02 MILES : BRIDGING THE BAYOU Stretching 627 sprawling,square miles in a no-zoning city, Houston is 25% vacant. Like the city’s sprawling edges, Houston’s identity and sense of place has decentralized overtime, as it has consistently redefined, re-branded, and reimagined itself: a rail hub, oil boom-town, international port, space centre and energy capital. Wedged between the city’s towering central business district and the ship channel, the East End has been shaped by the rise and fall of an industrial era: dilapidated warehouses, parcels of brownfield demolition and an aging infrastructure. The habits of man and habitats of nature meet in a physical “no man’s land” along the bayou’s edge. Blurring the line between urban density and the sprawling suburbs, the East End reveals a potential for a new paradigm of sub-urbanism. As the urban and suburban conditions meet in the shadow of downtown, new opportunities for density, economy, and amenities emerge.

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Photograph courtesy the GAAF

By bridging the bayou, a new understanding of sub-urbanism creates innovative and connective links through infrastructure, nature, and people in the East End. Breaking the impermeable prose of the paved, suburban neighbourhood, Buffalo Bayou becomes a vital source for transition from the contemporary industrial district back to its indigenous, natural origins. Using a series of pedestrian, automobile and hybrid bridges, these projects revitalize the East End into a pedestrian-friendly, mixed-use and conceptually sustainable model for suburbanism. Activating the bayou with housing density, recreation, a municipal core, eco­ -tourism, agricultural parks, and pedestrian-friendly infrastructure, these projects balance community amenities and necessities along the natural ecosystem of the bayou. In a stretch of two miles, nine new bridges stitch a continuous, dynamic park along the water’s edge into the industrial texture of the East End, connecting the people once again with the forgotten beauty of Houston’s bayou while exploring new opportunities for a city in search of “place”.

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INHABIT: 20 FEET : LIVING WITH FACADES Composed of layers, the anatomical shell of a building in Houston’s regional climate mediates some of the most challenging design conditions: high temperatures, dense humidity, varied breezes, seasonal flooding, sporadic drought, as well as insect infestation, endangered wildlife and riparian vegetation. As the climate becomes increasingly volatile, the ability of facades to adapt and evolve in extreme conditions becomes paramount to living on the Buffalo Bayou. On a human scale, the facade of a building can be conceived as an extension of one’s body: organs, bones, muscle, skin, clothes, walls and finally, the facade of a building. It is this combination of intermediate layers that must perform in a dynamic flexibility, both with and against the extremes of the: sun, wind and rain. In the hot and humid climate of Houston, unpredictably warrants a need for a perpetual resilience to the elements, in order to maintain and expand the psychometric comfort zone. These projects investigate the idea of inhabiting a volatile ecosystem, proposing an intermediary, transitional space between the interior of buildings and the banks of the Bayou exploiting opportunities of passive breezes, panoramic views and performative systems, while guarding against impending, natural climatic and wildlife threats. Through pneumatics, prefabrication, parametrics, acoustics and modular systems, a new understanding of facades as an extension of “place” is creatively explored.

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DECOREX CAPE TOWN 2014 – Widely declared ‘Most beautiful show ever’ Decorex Cape Town ended on a high note and was widely described as one of the ‘most beautiful shows ever’. Over 42 900 visitors came through the CTICC doors over the Freedom Day long weekend to see the latest décor, designs, home products and ideas – all presented under one roof. The theme of this year’s exhibition was Design Your Life, focusing on the rise of individual style, and featured many new elements including the 100% Design South Africa preview pavilion. The installation showcased 100 Beautiful Things, in celebration of World Design Capital’s theme of Beautiful Spaces, Beautiful Things. 100% Design South Africa preview showcased designs by South Africa’s well known designers– a sneak preview of the exhibition itself, which takes place later this year alongside Decorex Joburg.

Opening the show was the Design & Trend Forecast, presented by Caesarstone and featured trend guru Dion Chang, a hot off the press report back from Eurocucina plus a decor trend report from FranklinTill Design Studio. Caesarstone was certainly the star of the show, staging Decorex SA’s first flash mob that brought the kitchen section of the exhibition to a standstill on Saturday afternoon.

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Other highlights included the best of South African handmade goods in the Craft Collective pavilion plus many of the Cape’s leading interior designers. These included Greg Mellor in the Decorex Designer Spotlight with fabric house St Leger & Viney, as well as Muizenberg mavericks Bartel van Vuuren and Liezel Fourie of SOBEIT Design Studio who were the natural choice to interpret individual design at the entrance installation. Adriaan Lochner was a true crowd pleaser with a stand featuring hand painted wallpaper.

It was a feast of design this year, with interior designers and landscapers taking part in two of the group design installations. At the Belgotex Trend House, five local design stars created rooms showcasing their own style but also the very latest in flooring trends. We also launched the tongue in cheek “Manscape” project, where popular male personalities and landscapers paired up to create the perfect outdoor mancave. The Manscape installation, featuring surfer champion Dene Botha paired with the Pole Yard and fashion designer Craig Port teamed up with Shimmy Beach Club created their dream outdoor space. Visitors were invited to vote for their favourite Manscape and Decorex SA will be making a cash donation to the charity selected by the winning personality.

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Plascon, Show Sponsor, once more wowed the crowds with a beautifully styled stand to showcase their 2014 Colour Forecast, Colour Nation.

The DionWired Design Your Life Theatre was an opportunity for visitors to take a break from the hundreds of dĂŠcor and design exhibits and installations on offer, and enjoy some food and beverage demonstrations from local experts. This year the line-up included South African Barista Champion Craig Charity, Expresso Show TV chef Zola Nene MasterChef SA finalist, Jason Steel and Cake designer and baking guru, Grace Stevens.

A variety of refreshments were on offer at the KWV Gourmet Market and the Graham Beck Wine Bar by Concreate and Forest Collection.

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Always a great day out, Decorex Cape Town pulled together a wide variety of the most exciting designers, manufacturers and service providers under one roof and no-one went home without at least one purchase or idea to improve their living or working space.

EXHIBITOR AWARDS The stand awards and exhibitor function was held on Friday 25th April, where the best of the best stands, products and interaction were highlighted and celebrated. A judging panel consisting of CEO of the Word Design Capital, Alayne Reesberg, Interior Design icons Salome Gunther and Bobby Breen, and product designer Heath Nash, combined their collective expertise to identify the best stands at this year's Decorex Cape Town.

Best Overall Stand: Gregory Mellor & St Ledger & Viney – The Decorex Designer Spotlight The Decorex Designer Spotlight was transformed into a dreamy Indian themed boudoir.

Best Small Stand: American Shutters Exquisite and effective, the stand showcased some wonderful new products.

Best Decor Stand: Adriaan Lochner The most exquisite room setting, so brilliantly executed that the judges were blown away.

Best Kichen & Bathroom: Franke Kitchens The judges were impressed that for the first time a kitchen company had chosen to spotlight what goes on UNDER the sink, showcasing the filtration and garbage disposal technology that makes their product unique.

Best Plan & Build: Neolith The Powerful message of this dramatic stand is so easily conveyed. It’s all about one product and you can see that.

Best Craft Collective: Cape Craft & Design Institute The elegant execution of their pavilion with an exciting collection of new products presented on a human scale really captured the imagination.

Best Green Product / Stand: Probac A brilliant greening product that is so perfect for the market in our current times.

Best New Comer: SOBEIT Studios - The Design Your Life Themed Feature The Themed Feature “Design Your Life” interpreted by SOBEIT Studios in an “Uncomfortable Beauty” which so brilliantly draws in the visitor with its quirky design edge.

Most Innovative Product: Shutterway An unbelievably attractive solution to a unique South African problem is truly deserving of the most innovative product award.

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EXHIBITOR COMMENTS: "Decorex Cape Town was an absolute delight. Great visitor numbers, the right kind of customer profile for our Most Interactive Stand: Dolcewith. Gusto brands and it has Product/ left us with goodNescafe leads to work As usual the Decorex team's organisation was fantastic, they could not be more efficient and helpful. For me this is the best décor show infriendly SA, we approach will definitely be keeps back next The visual excitement of this stand is what draws the visitors in, the interactive is what them year." – Trevor King, International Slab Sales there and gets them shopping. “Decorex SA was amazing!Dynamic So muchArtistic to see and discover - well done on a great event” - Directory of Design Best Exhibitor Marketing: Solution

The exhibitor best effortSA of for marketing theirevent. presence DAS engaged effectively “Now that wasthat fun!made Thankthe you Decorex an amazing Our here, work starts now.” –so Smart Spaceswith their network, particularly on social media platforms. “Thank you so much for running such an inspired event. We had a great time meeting up with past and future PlasconHats Colour Award: Petra Designs –Stylish The Decorex clients. off to Decorex SA!”Vonk - Shutterway Security Cape Town VIP Lounge From a yellow and black contemporary setting to burst of colour with lighting and mirrors – beautifully executed “I would like to make use of this opportunity to thank the team at Decorex for an outstanding show. The quality leads that we got from the show was outstanding.” – Frameless Glass The judges also gave ‘Excellence’ awards to a number of other successful exhibitors, credited with setting the scene for trend-forward South Africans. These include: Trade Secret, Kitchenshow, Forest Flooring, Mae Artisan Rugs, “An amazing show, what fun! We were blown away by it all. It was Revamps first show and we already look forward Caesarstone, Plascon, Hi-Sense, SMEG, Granny Goose, Thethe Bedroom Shop Online, Superior Cabinet Doors, and to the next one. The organisation by Decorex was superb, calibre of exhibits were inspirational and the response Belgotex by the visitors overwhelming! Hope to see you in Jo-burg!”- Revamp

CONCLUSION: Customer engagement and interaction is a key aspect of effective business, Decorex SA has once more proved its invaluable contribution to South Africa's decor and design community. Decorex Cape Town was a reminder that for a product to truly be appreciated by a decor-hungry audience, they need to experience it first-hand. The success of the exhibition is crafted around our loyal exhibitors, partners and sponsors. We would like to thank you for your continual support and trust you had an outstanding show. Thank you to our show sponsor Plascon, who for 21 years has been encouraging and supportive, The Home Channel our official media partner, and Caesarstone our partner and sponsor for our Design & Trend Forecasts. Should you wish to apply to exhibit on Decorex Cape Town and Decorex Durban for 2015 or Decorex Joburg 2014 please complete the application to exhibit attached and email back to Angela: angela@ThebeReed.co.za. We look forward to hosting you in Joburg, and having you back next year in Cape Town!

The Decorex SA Team


Inscape Education Group has been offering excellence in design education for over 30 years. What makes Inscape different from other design institutions is its integrated approach to design: offering multi-disciplinary programmes all students areWhitehead taught the same by Harrywhere Edmonds and Cherry principles of design and then apply it according to the specific discipline of their choice. This allows the student to learn about design holistically InscapesoEducation Group is stillofthe oldest privately owned multi-disciplinary they have the advantage understanding different types of design while specialising in their own field. creative institution in South Africa. Offering education, for more than 3 decades.

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You don’t need to be! If you are installing a kitchen be certain your contractor is a KSA member. This will ensure peace of mind and an independent forum for any legitimate complaint.

MEMBER Gauteng 0861 542 572 Western Cape 082 787 8806 KwaZulu-Natal: 031 761 2034 email info@ksa.co.za | web www.ksa.co.za


Kitchen Specialists Association (KSA) Thousands of people have kitchen installations completed successfully. How do they do it? The answer is proper planning – know what you want, what you can afford and use a member of the Kitchen Specialists Association (KSA).

What is the KSA? An important role of the KSA is protecting the rights of the consumer. Members provide the highest quality products by ensuring that the best materials are used within your price range. Consumers have peace of mind and certainty that outstanding service before, during and after installation is given. Whatever the requirement or budget, the KSA has a member capable of fulfilling the brief. The KSA can only offer you, the consumer, assistance and protection if you choose to work with a KSA member. As a non-profit organisation the KSA’s mission and vision is to create a professional and stable trading environment in which the industry can prosper and consumers can enjoy complete peace of mind. The KSA aims to be a national organization, representing the countries reputable kitchen manufacturers and associated product suppliers with the purpose of offering the public peace of mind. The KSA also works to facilitate solution driven resolutions between members and consumers in areas of dispute.

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Why use a KSA member? The KSA has a strict code of ethics to which all members subscribe. Membership is not easily awarded and member’s references are screened. Members must have been trading for a minimum of three years, have a stable credit history and be in good standing within the industry. All members must also agree to abide by any ruling handed down by the KSA or risk suspension or expulsion from the association. It is an industry standard for kitchen companies to request a 50% deposit on signing of the contract, a further 40% on delivery of carcasses to site and the final 10% on completion of the work. The KSA holding account offers a safe place for disputed funds, deposits and final payments. It can be utilized at any time on the mutual agreement of both parties at no cost to the consumer. Application forms to utilize the account as well as information on how the account works can be downloaded off the KSA website. In the unfortunate event of a dispute arising between yourself and a KSA member the incident can be reported to the KSA by downloading the dispute registration forms off the website. The KSA undertakes to assist with any legitimate complaint that falls within the kitchens installation and guarantee period. The KSA mediation service aims to provide a fair and equitable resolution to your problem. As an industry body the KSA provide advice and guidance and are always happy to assist you with questions or concerns you may have as you embark on purchasing a new kitchen.

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Everything you need to know before starting a renovation The majority of problems we see at the KSA (Kitchen Specialists Association) can often be traced back to client’s not being fully informed about what the process of installing a new kitchen involves. All too often client’s have misconceptions about the cost, time line, preparations and payment. Before you even start talking to kitchen companies you need to have a good understanding of what you want and how much you are prepared to pay. Start by doing your homework as to what aesthetics you like and what would work with the rest of your home. There are a multitude of finishes out there and you need to have an idea of whether you are looking for modern clean lines, country or traditional styling. Assemble a few pictures from magazines to give the kitchen company some insight into your tastes and style. The next step is to set a budget. Most people underestimate just how much a new kitchen costs. Bear in mind that it is recommended that 1/3 of the value of your home is invested in the kitchen and bathrooms. It is important to ensure your budget is realistic. The larger the kitchen the more it will cost. If you want to work with timber, granite, solid surfacing or engineered stone the cost will be higher than if you are looking at working with wrap, melamine and Formica. The next step is to look at the basics that already exist in your kitchen and whether or not they need changing. Installing a new kitchen is a good time to look at upgrading your appliances, plumbing, electrics and lighting. If your appliances need an upgrade, have an idea of what you want before approaching a kitchen company and have the necessary specifications of size and installation for them.

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When looking to appoint a kitchen company we suggest you talk to three reputable companies. Look to protect yourself by ensuring the company you appoint is listed with an industry association like the KSA. This will mean that the necessary background checks have been done on the company and that should anything go wrong you have recourse through the industry association. Ensure you give the kitchen company an idea of your budget and the aesthetics you are looking for. Most people are reluctant to give a budget in fear of the kitchen company fitting their quote to the budget. Without an idea of what you are prepared to spend the kitchen company can’t see if your budget will cover the style of kitchen you want. What they can do once they have your budget is to achieve the look you want with materials that will fit your budget. It can be a good idea to ask the company to do two quotes, one using the whole budget with all the bells and whistles and another more conservative coming in under budget. This way you can pick and choose those special extras you like from the expensive quote, add then to the conservative quote and end up with a happy medium. Allow each kitchen company to do their own measurements and design. Don’t take one design from company to company. Each company will have their own interpretation of your needs, your space and your budget. With three different options you will be able to choose the company that has best understood

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you and your space. Most kitchen companies will charge you a fee for their drawings. This is usually refundable if you sign with them. It is standard in the kitchen industry to have a payment structure of 50% deposit, due on signing of the contract, 40% on delivery of the carcasses to site and the final 10% on completion. It is your responsibility to ensure the old kitchen is removed before the kitchen company comes to site. Before your new installation begins you should ensure all structural, plumbing and electrical changes have been made. If gas or water lines need to be laid under the floor to reach an island unit this should also have been done. A kitchen installation does not happen overnight and if you are having granite, timber, engineered stone or solid surface tops you should allow four weeks from the carcasses being delivered to site for the time line. It is important to note that should you, as the client, delay installation or make changes once the kitchen company are on site this will add to the four week time line as well as to the cost. In conclusion, protect yourself and your investment by working with an association registered company and have realistic expectations of cost and timeline.

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KSA’s Top 7 Hints to Ensure You Stay Sane During Your Kitchen Installation A lot of the complaints we receive from consumers are due to rising stress levels and breakdowns in communication between the parties. Don’t be fooled. Having a new kitchen installed is a stressful, long, untidy and inconvenient process and not everyone can afford to move into a hotel for the duration. Here are our top seven tips to help you keep your sanity during the process: •

Pack up your kitchen meticulously. Use clearly labelled boxes and bubble wrap. This will ensure that when you come to unpack you know where everything should go and damages are minimal. Remember not to pack away the basic essentials you will need while the kitchen is being installed.

Set up a temporary kitchen in a convenient space where you will not be falling over yourselves. You are still going to need to cook and clean while you have no kitchen. Ensure it is somewhere where you can still operate your kettle, toaster, microwave and some sort of hot plate. You should also allow for the washing of dirty dishes. Camping wash stands can come in very useful.

Ensure you site is ready for the kitchen company – all electrics and plumbing should be done, flooring complete and the old kitchen removed.

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Be prepared for at least four weeks without a kitchen.

Avoid making changes once the installation has begun. This will end up increasing the length of time the kitchen company is on site. Remember every change you make goes to the back of the kitchen companies’ manufacturing queue and can add up to another week to your timeline.

We know it is tempting to watch the kitchen company once they are on the job but don’t. Kitchens are custom made and will need to be adapted on site to deal with unlevel floors and walls and unexpected issues that may arise on site. To you it may seem like they are ‘cutting up and changing’ your kitchen on site but the installers are trained to make these necessary adaptations once the goods are out of the factory.

Judge your kitchen on the finished product. The kitchen company will ask you to snag the kitchen before they hand over to you. This is when you should be looking for anything you are not happy with not before. Remember that when dealing with a KSA member you get a one year guarantee from date of installation should anything go wrong after you have signed off the kitchen.

Gauteng Tel : 086 5522948 Fax: 086 551 6981 info@ksa.co.za

Cape Town Tel: 082 787 8806 Fax: 086 551 6978 stephanie@ksa.co.za

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South African Institute of the Interior Design Professions (IID) The South African Institute of the Interior Design Professions (IID) is the only professional body representing the Interior Design industry in South Africa. It operates nationally with representation in Gauteng, KwaZulu-Natal and the Eastern and Western Cape. The Institute is dedicated to establishing, promoting and maintaining expertise, professionalism, sound business practice and high standards throughout the industry. Membership of the IID indicates your status as a qualified, experienced and ethical practicing professional. As the only professional body representing the Interior Design Industry in South Africa, it serves the needs of registered, practicing interior architecture, interior design and interior decorating professionals as well as education institutions and suppliers that provide services to the interior design industry. Joining the IID enhances your interior design career and your business. Being a member of your professional body tells people that you’re serious about interior design. It indicates your status as a business professional with valuable industry skills.


The IID continually endeavours to increase the profile of the industry and as such we have recently been approved by The South African Qualifications Authority (SAQA) as a Registered Professional Body, and as such the IID now holds the rights to the following designations as registered on the National Qualifications Framework (NQF): •

Professional Interior Decorator

Professional Interior Designer

Professional Senior Interior Designer

Professional Interior Architect

This effectively means that the public can verify whether their Industry Professional is registered. This allows for peace of mind when employing a member of the IID as the Institutes enforces a strict Code of Conduct which ensures that work is professional and of a high standard. The IID is a Member of IFI, the International Federation of Interior Architects & Designers. The IID is a Voluntary Association Member of SACAP, the South African Council for the Architectural Profession.

For further information on the IID please contact the IID National Office on 011 486 0450 or national@iidprofessions.com


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INDUSTRY CONTACTS PROFESSIONAL BODY Membership Administration: Flora Basson: membership@saia.org.za

SACAP - South African Council for the Architectural Profession P.O.Box 408, BRUMA, 2026 1st Floor Lakeside Place, Oppenheimer Drive, cnr Queen Street, BRUMA Tel : (011) 479 5000 www.sacapsa.com General queries : admin@sacapsa.com

Reception: Boitumelo (Tumi) Phokomise docsales@saia.org.za CPD Administration: Marlene van Nieuwenhuizen cpd@saia.org.za

Registrar: Edwin Lekota registrar@sacapsa.com

SAIAT - South African Institute of Architectural Technologists PO Box 807, BEDFORDVIEW, 2008 5th Floor, Sovereign House Cnr. Sovereign and Mullins Streets BEDFORDVIEW, 2008 Tel: (011) 622 3168 Fax: 086 686 8167 / 011 615 4308 info@saiat.org.za

Registrar PA: paregistrar@sacapsa.com

VOLUNTARY ORGANISATIONS SAIA - South African Institute of Architects Private Bag X10063, RANDBURG, 2125 Bouhof (Ground floor), 31 Robin Hood Road, ROBINDALE Tel: (011) 782 1315 Fax: (011) 782 8771 www.saia.org.za General Enquiries: admin@saia.org.za

IID - South African Institute of the Interior Design Professions PO Box 84137, GREENSIDE, 2034 109 Greenway, Greenside, JOHANNESBURG Tel: (011) 486 0450 Fax: 086 651 8375 national@iidprofessions.com

Executive Officer: Su Linning exec@saia.org.za

SAIBD - South African Institute of Building Design

Practice & Education: Bryan Wallis: prac.ed@saia.org.za

PO Box 50182, MUSGRAVE ROAD, 4062 Suite 113 Musgrave Park, 18 Musgrave Road, DURBAN, 4001 Tel: (031) 202 4726 Fax: (031) 202 4726 admin@smallpropadmin.co.za

Promotions & Communication: Zola Kgaka: prom.com@saia.org.za Heritage & Habitat: Diane Arvanitakis her.hab@saia.org.za

SAID - South African Institute of Draughting

Executive Equiries: Office Manager/ Exec PA: Bronwen Forman: p.a@saia.org.za

PO Box 4424, DURBANVILLE, 7551 Tel: (021) 975 5191 Fax: 086 579 1337 SAIDraughting@global.co.za

Accounts: Esther van Tonder accounts@saia.org.za

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REGIONAL INSTITUTES FSIA Free State Institute of Architects

B-KIA Border Kei Institute of Architects

PO Box 12396, BRANDHOF, 9324 Fichardt House, 40 Elizabeth Street BLOEMFONTEIN, 9301 Tel: (051) 447 4909 Fax: (051) 447 4159 admin.fsia@saia.org.za www.fsia.co.za

PO Box 15314, BEACON BAY, 5205 21 Pell Street, Office #10, Beacon Park, BEACON BAY, 5241 Tel: (043) 748 1156 Fax: (043) 748 2839 bkia@sainet.co.za

GIfA Gauteng Institute for Architecture

CIA Cape Institute for Architecture PO Box 3952, CAPE TOWN, 8000 71 Hout Street, CAPE TOWN, 8001 Tel: (021) 424 7128 Fax: (021) 424 3620 info@cifa.org.za www.cifa.org.za

PO Box 2094, HOUGHTON, 2041 77 Juta Street, Braamfontein JOHANNESBURG Tel: (011) 403 0954 Fax: (011) 403 0996 gifa@telkomsa.net www.gia.org.za

ECIA Eastern Cape Institute of Architects

KZNIA KwaZulu-Natal Institute for Architecture

PO Box 12266, CENTRAHILL, 6006 21 Alfred Terrace, Central PORT ELIZABETH, 6001 Tel: (041) 585 8037 Fax: (041) 585 9415 ecia@iafrica.com www.ecia.co.za

160 Bulwer Road, GLENWOOD, 4000 160 Bulwer Road, Glenwood, DURBAN 4001 Tel: (031) 201 7590 Fax: (031) 201 7586 admin@kznia.org.za www.kznia.org.za

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REGIONAL INSTITUTES

LIA Limpopo Institute for Architecture

NWPIA Northwest Province Institute of Architects

PO Box 1585, POLOKWANE, 0700 36 A Rabie Street, POLOKWANE 0699 Tel: (015) 291 5914 Fax: (015) 291 5915 contact@limifa.com www.limifa.com

PO Box 2267, KLERKSDORP, 2570 101 Anderson Street, KLERKSDORP Tel: (018) 462 1912 Fax: (018) 464 1183 (018) 462 9440 belinda@ab4.co.za

MPIA Mpumalanga Institute of Architects

PIA Pretoria Institute for Architecture

PO Box 19587, NELSPRUIT, 1200 Cnr Wilhelm/Ferreira Street, 11 Wilhelm Street, NELSPRUIT, 1201 Tel: (013) 744 1113 Fax: 086 554 4131 admin.mia@saia.org.za www.mpia.co.za

PO Box 35161, MENLO PARK, 0102 341 Brooklyn Road, Cnr Charles Street, Brooklyn, PRETORIA Tel: (012) 346 1051 (012) 346 8438 Fax: (012) 346 1016 www.pia.org.za admin@pia.org.za finance@pia.org.za management@pia.org.za

NCIA Northern Cape Institute of Architects PO Box 195, KIMBERLEY, 8300 9 Dalham Road, KIMBERLEY, 8301 Tel: (053) 832 4371 Fax: (053) 831 2734 johan@telkomsa.net jemushet@yahoo.com

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The ASSA ABLOY Group World Leaders in Door Opening Solutions As the world’s leading door opening solutions provider they are dedicated to satisfying end-user needs for security, safety and convenience as well as offering solutions across all areas of the security industry. With over 150 companies operating in more than 40 countries, the Group is the strongest global player in the industry with circa €5 billion sales worldwide. Today ASSA ABLOY is the leading global supplier of intelligent lock and security solutions. Its products account for more than one in ten of all lock installations worldwide. ASSA ABLOY South Africa has numourous divisions and brands, each offering a wide range of product offering to suit your security requirements: Their architectural department is able to assist with comprehensive technical specifications for all your ironmongery requirements. VingCard Elsafe is part of ASSA ABLOY’s hospitality division. Offering inroom safes, electronic key card systems, access audit trail software and energy saving devices. They also stock a wide range of access control readers and keypad units.

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Do you manufacture a product that requires a lock? ASSA ABLOY have their own OEM Industrial Locking division, which would be glad to discuss a locking solution for your product. The South African branch holds local and international accreditation as well as SABS 9001 accreditation and our locally produced products proudly carry the SABS mark. They are also members of the Green Building Council of Southern Africa, assisting them in making South Africa more environmentally friendly and are members of AAAMSA as well as the Locksmith Association of Southern Africa. ASSA ABLOY supplies the South African market with the widest range of emergency and panic exit devices, ensuring peace of mind and ease of use in the event of a disaster such as a fire, where immediate evacuation is required. They also have a wide range of door controls which includes door closers, floor springs, concealed and tansom closers as well as a selection of fire door controls. Automatic sliding, swing and revolving doors from ASSA ABLOY offer convenience, cost reductions, safe passages and a solution to traffic problems, enhanced security and aesthetics. Ask ASSA ABLOY today about their new range of Glass Hardware - a wide range of Patch Fittings, Handles, Sliding Door Gear and Digital Access Control. Allow ASSA ABLOY to keep you safe with their wide range of security products to suit your every need. For more information, please ontact ASSA ABLOY (SA) Pty Ltd on +27(0)11 761 5000 za.info@assaabloy.com | www.assaabloy.com

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ATI manufactures, markets and distributes building insulation and “green building” products throughout Africa. Utilising our state of the art laboratory and our association with WRE we are able to develop leading edge products through our extensive R&D and access to global best practise.

ATI is a Corporate Member of the Thermal Insulation Association of South Africa (TIASA) and a member of the Green Building Council. The company operates at the highest level of business practises and ethical standards. We are committed to Africa, our Customers, our Staff and our Products with Service Excellence being the cornerstone of our mission.

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From small Kya-Sands outlet to nationwide company:

the rise and rise of Fourways Airconditioning South Africa What’s the secret of commercial success? Find a need and fill it! That – in short – is the story of Fourways Airconditioning. In 1999 it was a small outlet in Kya-Sands selling Samsung airconditioners to COD customers. By 2014, just one and a half decades later, Fourways Airconditioning had become a fully national brand, with warehousing and technical support in every major metropolitan area. The key to Fourways’ success? Fast, on-the-spot service to aircon installers, plus long-term parts and service back-up. As a result, sales growth has been meteoric.

2014: a fully national brand with new brand identity Today, with outlets selling and supporting Samsung airconditioners and Eco-Heating systems as well as Alliance airconditioners and Heat Pumps, Fourways Airconditioning South Africa has become a One-StopShop for installers across the country. Not only do Fourways supply products but also technical advice and assistance to architects, developers and consulting engineers in terms of design. As a result of Fourways becoming a fully-national brand, a new modern corporate identity has been developed, with logo and colours reflecting the nature of Fourways Airconditioning’s ever-growing business.

OUR MISSION To provide our dealers (and customers) with the best quality units, backed up by the best service and marketed by top-class people in a responsible and strategic manner. OUR VISION To become the Number 1 Supplier of Airconditioning and Heat Pump units, spares and service in South Africa. Our top-quality Samsung range Fourways supplies and supports a wide range of high-tech Samsung airconditioners, from small domestic split units including Inverters to large Samsung DVM units. With more and more companies moving to energy-efficient HVAC systems, Samsung’s DVM S unit is proving very popular, particularly as Fourways is able to assist with training and design assistance, including AutoCAD. Fourways have already supplied DVM systems for many different commercial/industrial applications as well as upmarket homes. In addition, Fourways also supplies Samsung’s top-of-the-range Eco Heating Systems and 70 Samsung LED bulbs for a total eco-friendly solution.


Fourways’ own Alliance range In 2006, Fourways Airconditioning launched its own range of Alliance airconditioners and Heat Pumps to meet a specific gap in the market. Offering a broad range of competitively-priced airconditioners including Underceilings, Rooftop Package units and ducteds as well as splits and Inverter models, the high-quality Alliance brand has found ready acceptance with installers. Alliance Heat Pumps have also taken off in a big way, especially since the Energy Usage in Building Regulations (XA2) came into force. Alliance Commercial Heat pumps providing up to 10 000 litres of hot water per hour are now being used in large commercial and industrial applications. All Alliance products use eco-friendly gas.

Training facilities Fully-equipped training facilities allow Fourways to bring aircon installers and plumbers, as well as consulting engineers, architects etc. up-to-date on the various products sold by the company.

‘Service is what we sell’ Comments Richard Perry, MD of Fourways Airconditioning South Africa: “Ultimately, our rapid growth comes down basically to one word: ‘service’. We have excellent products, but it is our on-the-spot supply capabilities combined with design assistance, technical back-up and long-term after-sales parts supply that have combined to make us one of the largest Airconditioning/ Heat Pump suppliers in South Africa. However, we are not resting on our laurels, but are constantly looking for new ways of improving our service to our customers, because ‘Service is what we sell.’”

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ISEO

“Better than a Group: a Team”

ISEO group is a leading Italian family-run business. The company was founded in 1969 and, since then, it has successfully been designing, manufacturing and selling smart access management systems for people’s safety and anti-intrusion security. Strongly oriented towards the global market, ISEO group has widely spread at an international level thanks to a strategy based on the creation and acquisition of local subsidiaries. With top quality as its main goal, ISEO has always been focusing on staff know-how, loyalty and reliability. Iseo was born in 1969 from Giuseppe Facchinetti’s extraordinary entrepreneurial spirit. It began manufacturing locks, cylinders and padlocks in Pisogne, a village on Lake Iseo (Northern Italy), from which the company got its name. Deeply rooted to its origins, Iseo has remained faithful to its own territory and to the manufacturing vocation of the family who founded it and brought it up to its current size. In 1998, the founder’s son Evaristo Facchinetti began a new phase of development and founded the “Iseo Group”. His growth strategy focused on two key elements: size, because that makes a difference in a competitive market; the human factor, because entrepreneurial spirit is the centerpiece of a group. In line with this strategy, Iseo started taking over complementary companies which brought additional quality, specialization and production vocation. Today, Iseo group is a significant presence on the international scene; it is an alternative reality to major financial groups. It comprises a team of synergetic companies that maintain their own management staff, specialization, entrepreneurship and manufacturing sites. This allows us to offer our customers a deep product range and service quality. Iseo South Africa was established in 2010. It is based in Cape Town and it specializes in distribution of security locking systems and MK systems in South African market. It has 25 employees and all the employers have a strong experience in the lock industry.

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Who we are

South African owned JoJo Tanks, a B-BBEE compliant company, has been the country’s trusted industry leader for 35 years. We are driven to grow our business in a manner that makes a difference to people’s lives, is sensitive to the environment and makes a positive impact on all stakeholders.

Rainwaterharvesting (RWH) Specialists

Competitive advantage Proprietary technology and manufacturing excellence are at the core of the JoJo Tanks’ business philosophy. Because we design and manufacture, we can offer custom moulding solutions for specific applications.

Over 35 years of experience in the technology of rainwater-harvesting systems makes JoJo Tanks the specialist for both new RWH designs as well as retrofitting RWH systems. Our CPD accredited rainwater-harvesting course provides specialist knowledge to architects. This includes a greater understanding of the issues that need to be addressed at the design stage; a break down of the different RWH system components (besides the tank); overcoming technical and how a properly designed RWH system will save clients money. Contact Patrick Rosslee on RWH@jojotanks.co.za for more information.

Guarantees

JoJo Tanks’ septic, vertical and horizontal tanks have all been awarded the Agrément Board of South Africa’s certification, the official endorsement of the technical merits of JoJo Tanks’ products. JoJo Tanks is also a member of the Association of Rotomolders’ of South Africa (ARMSA). Additionally all our 74 tanks carry an 8-year product warranty.


Community Involvement

Manufacturing Process JoJo Tanks uses a specialist rotomoulding manufacturing process that ensures quality and durability. To ensure quality of raw material, we do our own polymer processing using state-of-the-art practices.

JoJo Tanks is a founding member of the South African Water Stewardship Council Trust. We partner with NGOs and community projects in urban and rural areas in water saving initiatives because we believe that saving water should be a way of life.

Distribution

JoJo Tanks manufactures out of seven factories around South Africa: Groblersdal, Limpopo (HO); Donkerhoek, Gauteng; Camperdown, KZN; Glencoe, KZN; Hopetown, Orania; East-London, E-Cape and Worcester, W-Cape with distribution depots in Port Elizabeth, Mthatha and Cape Town. JoJo products are available at major cooperatives and reputable hardware stores and chains throughout South Africa.

Our website lists all distributors.

Product range Our range of liquid storage solutions (above and underground) covers water, fertilizer, chemicals, sanitation and fuel applications up to 30 000L for commercial, industrial, domestic and agricultural usage.

75 013 262 3021

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With our knowledge and expertise, we are playing a significant role in improving towns and cities by providing highly innovative and customised interior solutions to overcome the challenge of rapid urbanisation... from the inside. Our wide range of plasterboards, plasters, ceiling tiles and associated products are designed and engineered with a view to building solutions for life. Ingenuity and innovation combine to bring you a range of solutions specifically tailored to assist in building better cities. Lafarge... Building Better Cities Contact Lafarge Industries SA (PTY) LTD Lafarge Gypsum Division on 0861 GYPSUM, 011 389 4500, www.lafarge.co.za

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Lafarge Plasterboard: Marrying eco-efficiency and aesthetics Compliance with SANS 204 energy efficiency standards, SANS 266 SABS Mark – a product certification which guarantees the product is manufactured in a controlled environment under controlled conditions & will always comply with the requirements of the specification - as well as Lafarge Plasterboard’s listing on eco-specifier, is just part of the company’s ongoing commitment to building better cities. Jean-Paul Croze, Managing Director of Lafarge Gypsum South Africa, says: “All buildings must pass stringent technical standards to attain the necessary regulatory approvals. Lafarge Plasterboard meets these critical specifications, while still offering architects and interior designers creative flexibility, in keeping with our drive to build world class cities.” With “green” building alternatives a priority, Lafarge Gypsum’s research and development continues to produce products that have sustainability attributes and meet vital needs, such as fire and moisture resistance. “Whether used in residential housing, hospitals, schools, offices or hotels, Lafarge understands that every product manufactured is ultimately about people,” Croze says. “Their safety and comfort plays a huge part in our dedication to meeting and even exceeding technical standards with regard to fire resistance, moisture resistance, thermal insulation, acoustic control, or combinations of these features.” Lafarge Gypsum’s plasterboard is produced in a number of standard lengths, widths and thicknesses as well as with a variety of characteristics for different uses. The standard plasterboard range is available in 6.4mm, 12mm and 15mm thicknesses, while the fire check boards and moisture check boards are available in 12,5mm and 15mm. Eco-specifier, the leading global source of sustainable development and lifecycle assessed green product information, requires products to exhibit one or more eco- and health-preferable characteristics. Croze says: “Our listing means Lafarge products – including plasterboard, plasters, vinyl tiles and steel products - have undergone an independent and unbiased assessment and are benchmarked against South African and international standards.” The first local plasterboard manufacturer to produce a 15mm plasterboard, Lafarge Gypsum designed it to offer better resistance to damage in high traffic areas. “It requires less maintenance and carries the weight of wall hangings and racks for merchandising, making it ideal for shop fitting,” says Croze. A network of specialised resellers and hardware stores in South Africa and across the continent distribute Lafarge products to ensure broad access to the Lafarge range. For more information please contact: Ayanda Ndlovu, Marketing and Communications Co-ordinator 011 389 4500/ 082 459 0044 ayanda.ndlovu@lafarge.com 77


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From a plastic bottle to a Think Green Insulation Sheet Millions of plastic bottles end up in South Africa’s landfills every year. Finding ways to manufacture useful recycled products from these bottles will not only shrink landfill sites, but will also support the construction industry in finding sustainable building solutions. A.G Ismail is a company that offers an insulation to clients that is manufactured from 100% recycled plastic polyethylene terephthalate (PET) bottles. Their Think Green Insulation is a professional product that can be used in dry-walling insulation and ceilings. This insulation sheet will keep a building cool in the summer and warm in the winter, improving heat regulation and minimising the need for artificial temperature control systems. Creating a Think Green Insulation sheet The most common container in the soft-drink market in South Africa today is the PET bottle. Recognisable as the transparent, rigid container used to package bottled water, carbonated soft drinks (CSDs), sports drinks, water, juice, peanut butter, salad dressings, oil, cosmetics and household cleaners, PET is labelled with the #1 code and is 100% recyclable. Discarded post-consumer PET bottles are collected, baled and delivered to the recycler. In the recycling plant, the bottle tops are removed and the bottles

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WIDE FORMAT PRINT SYSTEMS TO FIT ANYONE’S NEEDS. Océ offers state-of-the-art large-format printing solutions, designed with exceptional speed, flexibility and quality; for creating vibrant, large-scale signs, banners and point-of-purchase displays. With four distinct lines of printers; 12-colour for the photography and graphics markets, 8-colour for the production market, 6-colour for the infographic and poster printing market and 5-colour for the technical documents and general use markets, as well as workflow printing software, Océ has a large format solution to fit your needs. The new system was developed to address the practical needs of technical and graphic users, as well as the low volume segment. This particularly pertains to those working on projects with third parties, via online portals or the cloud, who require greater flexibility and high speeds from their multifunctional printing system. Océ’s solutions are ideal for creating vivid and eye-catching prints to help draw your viewers in.

Contact: Prakash Naidoo Product & Marketing Manager, Océ South Africa Tel: +27 (0) 11 661 9569 Email: prakashn@oce.co.za www.oce.co.za

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Meteor Lighting was established in 2008 with the intention of manufacture, import and distribution of LED lighting products directly to South Africa’s wholesalers, retailers and developers.

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By having a family business with over 20 years experience in lighting manufacture in the Far East, Meteor’s intention is to have a direct line between the manufacturer and the distributors in South Africa and to the rest of Africa. Being the direct importer of our own products ensures that our customers are getting the best value for money products in the market. Quality has been our priority from the start and we are constantly striving to improve and simplify our products and processes to ensure cost effective supply lines.

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All our products are IEC (i.e.: SABS approved), CE and RoHS certified, and backed by full replacement guarantees ranging from 18 months to 3 years.

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A project begins with the initial site inspection and customer briefings. A detailed lighting design, with full 3D simulation and energy efficiency report, to comply with SANS and OHS, is then presented to the client. Detailed cost-of-ownership and lifecycle cost analysis is presented to the client, thus allowing for informed easy decision making.

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TILE AFRICA COMMERCIAL also offers a Supply and Fit service to customers. Its Supply and Fit team is available nationally and can be relocated to anywhere necessary to assist clients with timely project completion. The methods of installation followed and the materials supplied are in line with local and international standards and of the highest quality. Site visits are conducted throughout the duration of the project to ensure the quality of the installation. Corporate customers with developments throughout the country receive an invaluable service from TILE AFRICA COMMERCIAL thanks to its national footprint, centralised coordination for national projects and the specialist advice offered by its well-equipped consultants and specifiers. With an extensive range of aesthetic and technical products on offer, TILE AFRICA COMMERCIAL is able to cover every requirement and application. Products are sourced from specific factories abroad or locally to suit the needs of the client.

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flooring professionals TILE AFRICA COMMERCIAL supplies tiles for high-traffic areas such as shopping centres, restaurants, retail shops and airports. Its specification team works closely with the in-house designers of corporate customers and plans tile design layouts with clients. “Our specifiers marry the product with the concept, keeping in mind the technical aspects of the specification to make sure that what we supply is aesthetically pleasing and that the product is suited for the project in terms of traffic and durability,� says Vaughn Dyssel, National Contracts Sales Manager at TILE AFRICA COMMERCIAL.

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Offering a wide range of Natural stone tiles, cladding, mosaics and more to compliment any space or ambience, Artmar Natural Stone is the largest importer of natural stone products in South Africa with distribution centres in Johannesburg and Cape Town. Our Turkish and Australian outlets ensure that we have an established global presence. The beauty of natural stone lies in its unique colour and texture, crafted by years of geographical processes rather than artificial influences. Artmar - Nature is on our side, we are on yours

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flooring professionals TILE AFRICA COMMERCIAL supplies tiles for high-traffic areas such as shopping centres, restaurants, retail shops and airports. Its specification team works closely with the in-house designers of corporate customers and plans tile design layouts with clients. “Our specifiers marry the product with the concept, keeping in mind the technical aspects of the specification to make sure that what we supply is aesthetically pleasing and that the product is suited for the project in terms of traffic and durability,� says Vaughn Dyssel, National Contracts Sales Manager at TILE AFRICA COMMERCIAL.

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MEMBERS: Beverley Boswell TEL: +27 (0)21 761 6200 FAX: +27 (0)21 761 6200

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Ania Mulholland Interiors

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Anne-Louise Interiors

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EMAIL: annelouiseinteriors@gmail. com

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MEMBERS: Gill Butler TEL: +27 (0)11 442 6242 FAX: +27 (0)11 442 7585

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Patti di Ciccio Interiors

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MEMBERS: Ermie Pascoe TEL: +27 (0)43 726 8707 FAX: +27 (0)86 616 5600

EMAIL: pdcinteriors@lantic.net

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MEMBERS: Sharon Gravett TEL: +27 (0)11 327 5368 FAX: +27 (0)11 327 67300

MEMBERS: Brett Campbell Rickson TEL: +27 (0)21 852 7691 FAX: +27 (0)21 852 7456 EMAIL: brett@dakotadesign.co.za

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Amé Gehle Interior Consultants MEMBERS: Amé Gehle TEL: +27 (0)11 788 2521  FAX: +27 (0)11 880 7477 EMAIL: info@amegehle.co.za www.amegehle.co.za

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Anne York Interiors

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MEMBERS: Anne York TEL: +27 (0)31 266 8979 FAX: +27 (0)31 767 0994

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EMAIL: krysia@mweb.co.za

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Barbara du Toit & Associates

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MEMBERS: Barbara du Toit TEL: +27 (0)21 855 2908  FAX: +27 (0)86 689 9294 EMAIL: barbaradutoit@iafrica.com

MEMBERS: Brigitte Hills TEL: +27 (0)41 585 9674 FAX: +27 (0)86 542 1198

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Design for Living MEMBERS: Gisela Alston TEL: +27 (0)11 804 5048 FAX: +27 (0)11 804 5049 EMAIL: thealstons@mweb.co.za

MEMBERS: Deborah Witkin TEL: +27 (0)11 262 2565 FAX: +27 (0)11 262 4608 EMAIL: witkin@global.co.za

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Engela Smith Interiors

MEMBERS: Gugu Leeuw TEL: +27 (0)11 463 7880 FAX: +27 (0)11 463 7884 EMAIL: gugu@designprecinct.co.za

MEMBERS: Engela Smith TEL: +27 (0)12 346 3230 FAX: +27 (0)86 671 6670 EMAIL: engsmith@mweb.co.za

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Distinctive Interiors

Fahrenheit Design

MEMBERS: Lianne van Niekerk TEL: +27 (0)31 564 0242  FAX: +27 (0)31 564 4547 EMAIL: salvan@redworldit.co.za

MEMBERS: Grant Webster TEL: +27 (0)31 312 3335  FAX: +27 (0)31 312 3477 EMAIL: grant@fahrenheitdesign.co.za

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Hot Cocoa Interiors & Design

MEMBERS: Laura Dolgner TEL: +27 (0)11 325 5116 FAX: +27 (0)11 325 5438 EMAIL: geometrics@zanet.co.za

MEMBERS: Carmel Naude; Dawn Dickerson TEL: +27 (0)21 424 0444 FAX: +27 (0)21 424 0058 EMAIL: info@hotcocoa.co.za

www.geometrics.co.za

www.hotcocoa.co.za

House of Interiors & Vlaamse Linen

Glenda Lunsky & Associates MEMBERS: Glenda Lunsky TEL: +27 (0)11 640 1791/3 FAX: +27 (0)11 485 2345 EMAIL: glenda@glunskydesign.com

MEMBERS: Driekie Thomas TEL: +27 (0)57 353 1368 FAX: +27 (0)57 388 3191 EMAIL: driekiethom@mweb.co.za

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Gregory Reichman Projects & Design

ID-VK Design Ltd MEMBERS: Virginie Koenig TEL: +230 670 1078  FAX: +230 674 1579 EMAIL: vk@id.co.mu

MEMBERS: Gregory Reichman TEL: +27 (0)21 856 1741  FAX: +27 (0)21 856 1741 EMAIL: goodidea@telkomsa.net

www.id.co.mu

www.goodidea.co.za

Heidi Jager Interior Design Consultants

IDS Studio MEMBERS: Isabel Caldeira TEL: +27 (0)31 561 5482 FAX: +27 (0)31 566 3238 EMAIL: ids@lando.co.za

MEMBERS: Heidi Jager TEL: +27 (0)21 447 7290 FAX: +27 (0)21 447 7290 EMAIL: heidij@mweb.co.za

www.iidprofessions.com

www.heidijager.co.za

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Ikamva Architects

Jennifer Jones Interiors

MEMBERS: Glendene Brody TEL: +27 (0)43 726 5586 FAX: +27 (0)43 726 5599 EMAIL: el-interiors@ikamva-architects. co.za

MEMBERS: Jennifer Jones TEL: +27 (0)31 312 3380 FAX: +27 (0)31 312 3381 EMAIL: jjinteriors@telkomsa.net www.iidprofessions.com

www.ikamva-architects.co.za

Innerspace Interior Design

Jossi Interior Design

MEMBERS: Lisa Bergoff TEL: +27 (0)21 559 8798 FAX: +27 (0)21 559 8798 EMAIL: lisa@inner-space.co.za www.inner-space.co.za

MEMBERS: Jocelyn Jones; Craig Bennett TEL: +27 (0)31 303 7265 FAX: +27 (0)86 508 2420 EMAIL: info@jossi.co.za

Interior Edge

Julia Montana Design

MEMBERS: Ilsa van Niekerk TEL: +27 (0)32 525 4636 FAX: +27 (0)86 606 5300 EMAIL: ilsa@interioredge.co.za

MEMBERS: Julia Hutchinson TEL: +27 (0)11 477 7435 FAX: +27 (0)86 656 9084 EMAIL: julia@montanadesign.co.za

www.jossi.co.za

www.interioredge.co.za

IT IS Design

Julia Twigg Pty Ltd

MEMBERS: Darren Bester TEL: +27 (0)11 708 5882  FAX: +27 (0)11 708 6079 EMAIL: dbtis@telkomsa.net

MEMBERS: Julia Twigg TEL: +27 (0)11 884 3539  FAX: +27 (0)11 783 0916 EMAIL: twigg@iafrica.com www.iidprofessions.com

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Karin Laing Interiors

Lerato Tsimo

MEMBERS: Karin Laing TEL: +27 (0)11 314 3066 FAX: +27 (0)86 608 4677 EMAIL: karinl@mweb.co.za

MEMBERS: Lerato Tsimo TEL: +27 (0)72 986 0422 EMAIL: tsimo.design@gmail.com

www.iidprofessions.com

Keith Jan Vermeulen Interior Design

Lisa Wilsenach MEMBERS: Lisa Wilsenach TEL: +27 (0)82 332 711

MEMBERS: Keith Jan Vermeulen TEL: +27 (0)21 424 1316 FAX: +27 (0)21 424 4319 EMAIL: keith@kvid.co.za

EMAIL: lisa@serengeti.co.za

www.kvid.co.za

Kuki Jeanne Design

Louise Kolbe

MEMBERS: Robyn Pirie TEL: +27 (0)11 783 3917â&#x20AC;Ż FAX: +27 (0)11 884 0618 EMAIL: robynpirie@yahoo.co.uk

MEMBERS: Louise Kolbe TEL: +27 (0)12 341 6000 EMAIL: KolbeL@edcservices.co.za

www.kukijeannedesign.co.za

Kyle Roux Interiors

Lynne Blumberg Interior Design

MEMBERS: Kyle Roux TEL: +27 (0)86 111 3985 FAX: +27 (0)86 111 3984 EMAIL: kyle@kylerouxinteriors.com

MEMBERS: Lynne Blumberg TEL: +27 (0)11 447 6016 FAX: +27 (0)11 447 5571 EMAIL: denise@lynneblumberg.co.za

www.kyleroux.com

www.lynneblumberg.com

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Professional Interior Designers Michael Stringfield Interior Design

Manas Design & Detail MEMBERS: Anthony Manas TEL: +27 (0)11 462 2500 FAX: +27 (0)11 462 2400 EMAIL: anthony@manas.co.za

MEMBERS: Michael Stringfield TEL: +27 (0)83 408 7362 FAX: +27 (0)12 997 6177 EMAIL: mhmstringfield@gmail.com

www.manas.co.za

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Marian Dorrington Interior Décor & Design

Michele Interior Design MEMBERS: Michele Leyland TEL: +27 (0)41 582 1335  FAX: +27 (0)41 582 1161 EMAIL: studio@mlinteriors.co.za

MEMBERS: Marian Dorrington TEL: +27 (0)21 851 6149 FAX: +27 (0)86 616 1747 EMAIL: di.décor@wol.co.za

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Michelle’s Office Design & Interiors

MDA Interiors MEMBERS: Kirsty King TEL: +27 (0)41 581 0000 FAX: +27 (0)41 581 7723 EMAIL: kirsty@mdaarchitects.co.za

MEMBERS: Michelle Swart TEL: +27 (0)31 562 1535 FAX: +27 (0)31 572 2438 EMAIL: michelle@modesign.co.za www.iidprofessions.com

Meg Vaun Interiors

Monkgogi Zikalala

MEMBERS: Megan Fasinelli TEL: +27 (0)11 678 3371 FAX: +27 (0)11 678 3371 EMAIL: megvaun@netactive.co.za

MEMBERS: Monkgogi Zikalala TEL: +27 (0)82 669 6423

www.megvaun.co.za

www.iidprofessions.com

EMAIL: mozikalala@gmail.com

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Morelle Thornton-Dibb Interior Design Consultant

Onyx Interiors MEMBERS: Tanja Tomaz TEL: +27 (0)11 469 1858 FAX: +27 (0)11 469 1968 EMAIL: tanjatomaz@onyxinteriors. co.za

MEMBERS: Morelle Thornton-Dibb TEL: +27 (0)11 483 0063 FAX: +27 (0)11 483 0620 EMAIL: tddesign@worldonline.co.za www.tddesign.co.za

www.onyxinteriors.co.za

Muto Interior Design

Orange Circle Concepts

MEMBERS: Laura Matzner TEL: +27 (0)12 365 1451 FAX: +27 (0)86 622 3992 EMAIL: matzner@mweb.co.za

MEMBERS: Hildegarde Geyser TEL: +27 (0)21 876 3368  FAX: +27 (0)86 510 2967 EMAIL: hgeyser@mweb.co.za www.orangecircle.co.za

NMC Interior Design & Project Management

PDI Design Consultants MEMBERS: Phil Darby TEL: +27 (0)11 706 6942 FAX: +27 (0)11 706 6940 EMAIL: pdarby@telkomsa.net

MEMBERS: Nicole McRobbie; Susan Liebenberg TEL: +27 (0)31 563 8055  FAX: +27 (0)31 563 4174 EMAIL: info@nmcinteriordesign.co.za www.nmcinteriordesign.co.za

O’Sullivan and Company

Philippa Roper Interior Design

MEMBERS: Michael O’Sullivan TEL: +27 (0)11 325 5676 FAX: +27 (0)11 325 4291 EMAIL: mike@oandco.co.za

MEMBERS: Philippa Roper TEL: +27 (0)11 787 5300 FAX: +27 (0)11 787 5300 EMAIL: philippa@silvermist.com www.iidprofessions.com

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Professional Interior Designers Premiere Design Studio

Ronel Gouws

MEMBERS: Brad Napier TEL: +27 (0)11 467 7450 FAX: +27 (0)11 467 5465 EMAIL: premiere@iafrica.com

MEMBERS: Ronel Gouws TEL: +27 (0)82 857 6611

www.premieredesign.co.za

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Profurn Contracts

SA Décor & Design

MEMBERS: Tanja Beyers TEL: +27 (0)11 802 1200 FAX: +27 (0)11 804 5049 EMAIL: geilion@global.co.za

MEMBERS: Marcia Margolius TEL: +27 (0)21 465 5720 FAX: +27 (0)21 465 2162 EMAIL: marcia@mweb.co.za

www.iidprofessions.com

www.sadecor.co.za

Reddeco

Sager & Associates

MEMBERS: Gysbert van Graan TEL: +27 (0)12 346 5428 FAX: +27 (0)12 346 5428 EMAIL: reddeco@reddeco.co.za

MEMBERS: Sharon Sager TEL: +27 (0)21 465 4095/6  FAX: +27 (0)21 465 4095 EMAIL: sharon@sager-associates. com

EMAIL: mail4ronel@gmail.com

www.reddeco.co.za

www.sager-associates.com

Reney Otto & Associates

Sakhisizwe Architects

MEMBERS: Reney Otto TEL: +27 (0)12 460 2116 FAX: +27 (0)12 346 5428 EMAIL: reney-otto@mweb.co.za

MEMBERS: Khayalethu P Mawesana TEL: +27 (0)31 566 6962 FAX: +27 (0)31 684 6120 EMAIL: patrick@sakhisizwearchitects. co.za

www.iidprofessions.com

www.sakhisizwearchitects.co.za

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Savannah Interiors

South Architects

MEMBERS: Vivienne Ghyoot TEL: +27 (0)12 347 8766 FAX: +27 (0)12 347 8766 EMAIL: ghyoot@icon.co.za

MEMBERS: Cheryl Van Rosenveld TEL: +27 (0)21 701 4965  FAX: +27 (0)21 702 1472 EMAIL: cheryl@southarchitects.co.za

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Scribbels

Spearhead Interior Contracts

MEMBERS: Susann Joubert TEL: +27 (0)42 291 0027 FAX: +27 (0)42 291 0409 EMAIL: scribbels.stfrancis@intekom. co.za

MEMBERS: Werner Meier TEL: +27 (0)12 803 1221 FAX: +27 (0)12 803 1224 EMAIL: design@spearheadsa.co.za

www.iidprofessions.com

Shirley Burrows Interiors

Spin Interiors

MEMBERS: Shirley Burrows; Alicja Gibson TEL: +27 (0)31 261 5365 FAX: +27 (0)86 671 1682 EMAIL: alicja@shirleybi.co.za

MEMBERS: Claudette Rosen TEL: +27 (0)11 807 2526  FAX: +27 (0)86 576 7118/9 EMAIL: info@spininteriors.co.za www.spininteriors.co.za

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Simple Abundance Projects

Stephanie’s Creative Studio

MEMBERS: Leigh-Anne Shillaw TEL: +27 (0)11 788 6180 FAX: +27 (0)11 788 6756 EMAIL: shillaw@iafrica.com

MEMBERS: Stephanie Swanich TEL: +27 (0)11 050 0639 EMAIL: info@stephanies-studio.com www.stephanies-studio.com

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Professional Interior Designers Studio 16

Thomas W Interiors

MEMBERS: Sioux Meneghin TEL: +27 (0)11 803 2245 FAX: +27 (0)11 803 4151 EMAIL: siouxm@studio16.co.za

MEMBERS: Thomas Wilton TEL: +27 (0)82 774 1990 EMAIL: tom@thomaswinteriors.co.za

www.studio16.co.za

Susan Hughes Interiors

Tilt Design

MEMBERS: Susan Elliot TEL: +27 (0)11 788 4404 FAX: +27 (0)11 788 4406 EMAIL: susanhughes@telkomsa.net

MEMBERS: Carlos Mota TEL: +27 (0)11 792 7360 FAX: +27 (0)86 630 8330 EMAIL: carlos@tiltdesign.co.za

www.susanhughesinteriors.co.za

www.interiordesignersa.co.za

Suzie van Niekerk Interior Designs

Transnet Capital Projects MEMBERS: Nicolette Kleynhans TEL: +27 (0)83 278 9366 

MEMBERS: Suzie van Niekerk TEL: +27 (0)31 209 7660 FAX: +27 (0)31 209 7660 EMAIL: solstua@law.co.za

EMAIL: nicolette.kleyhans@transnet. net

www.iidprofessions.com

TCE Interior Design Consultants

VMH Interiors (pty) ltd MEMBERS: Veronica Mazziotta Hughes TEL: +27 (0)11 462 3364

MEMBERS: Leigh Ann Thomas TEL: +27 (0)31 584 7044 FAX: +27 (0)86 656 2779 EMAIL: tce1@thenet.co.za

EMAIL: vhughes@mweb.co.za www.iidprofessions.com

www.iidprofessions.com

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Valcraft Designs

WMS Architects

MEMBERS: Val Evennett TEL: +27 (0)21 762 0892 FAX: +27 (0)21 762 9029 EMAIL: val@valcraft.co.za

MEMBERS: Hermien Klopper TEL: +27 (0)12 342 2138  FAX: +27 (0)12 345 2166 EMAIL: hermien@wmsarchitects.co.za

www.handd.co.za

www.wmsarchitects.co.za

Virtu’ Designs cc International

X3 Architects

MEMBERS: Deborah Palmi-Dawson; Shannon Clewlow TEL: +27 (0)31 764 6166 FAX: +27 (0)31 764 6137 EMAIL: virtu@virtudesigns.co.za

MEMBERS: Rolecia Janse van Rensburg TEL: +27 (0)41 582 1459 FAX: +27 (0)86 536 5863 EMAIL: rolecia.x3architects@ telkomsa.net

www.virtudesigns.co.za

Vivian Nyandiga

Xuma Technologies

MEMBERS: Vivian Nyandiga TEL: +27 (0)82 631 1928 EMAIL: vnyandiga@gmail.com

MEMBERS: Jabulani Ngwenya TEL: +27 (0)86 171 1117  FAX: +27 (0)86 517 6796 EMAIL: national@iidprofessions.com

www.iidprofessions.com

www.xuma.co.za

WMI MEMBERS: Wanda Hadlow TEL: +27 (0)11 447 7453 FAX: +27 (0)11 447 8979 EMAIL: wanda@wmi.co.za www.wmi.co.za

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Professional Interior Architects Adendorff Architects & Interiors

The Design Partnership - KZN MEMBERS: Ingrid Eggers TEL: +27 (0)33 501 0232 FAX: +27 (0)33 501 0232 EMAIL: ingrid@designpartnership. co.za

MEMBERS: Gillian Adendorff TEL: +27 (0)41 581 4765 FAX: +27 (0)86 618 2183 EMAIL: gillian@amarchitects.co.za www.iidprofessions.com

www.designpartnership.co.za

Aziz Tayob Architects

The Design Partnership - PTA

MEMBERS: Anneke Allers TEL: +27 (0)12 374 2289

MEMBERS: Adrian Morris TEL: +27 (0)12 460 2016â&#x20AC;Ż FAX: +27 (0)12 460 8921 EMAIL: adrian@designpartnership. co.za

EMAIL: info@annekeallers.com www.annekeallers.com

www.designpartnership.co.za

Cecilia Architects

Thomas Gouws Architects

MEMBERS: Cecilia Janse van Rensburg TEL: +27 (0)13 744 1113 FAX: +27 (0)13 744 1112 EMAIL: cecilia@ceaa.co.za

MEMBERS: Sureen Gouws TEL: +27 (0)12 460 9867 FAX: +27 (0)86 636 5649 EMAIL: sureen@tgarchitects.co.za www.tgarchitects.co.za

www.ceaa.co.za

Juliet Kavishe MEMBERS: Juliet Kavishe TEL: +26 481 748 3194 EMAIL: jmkavishe@gmail.com

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Antoni Associates

Collaboration

TEL: +27 (0)21 468 4400 FAX: +27 (0)21 422 5408

TEL: +27 (0)21 448 8686 FAX: +27 (0)12 448 3873

EMAIL: info@aainteriors.co.za

EMAIL: contact@collaboration.co.za

www.aainteriors.co.za

www.collaboration.co.za

BBR Design

Darley Interior Architectural Design

TEL: +27 (0)86 122 7542 FAX: +27 (0)11 463 9045

TEL: +27 (0)11 021 6834  FAX: +27 (0)11 656 2411 EMAIL: info@diad.co.za

EMAIL: info@bbrdesign.com www.bbrdesign.co.za

www.diad.co.za

Design Base

Blacksmith Africa Interior Design

TEL: +27 (0)11 884 7999 FAX: +27 (0)11 883 9269

TEL: +27 (0)11 467 4171 FAX: +27 (0)11 467 1161

EMAIL: info@mdsarch.co.za www.mdsarch.co.za

EMAIL: design@black-smith.co.za www.black-smith.co.za

Design Effect International

Cinnabar Design Studio TEL: +27 (0)11 442 5834 FAX: +27 (0)11 447 4283

TEL: +27 (0)11 706 0572  FAX: +27 (0)11 706 6344 EMAIL: dee@designeffect.co.za

EMAIL: lee-ann@ cinnabardesignstudio.com

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Professional Corporate Members Facets Interiors

Life Interior Design

TEL: +27 (0)11 646 7449 FAX: +27 (0)86 564 4951

TEL: +27 (0)11 783 5965 FAX: +27 (0)11 884 2878

EMAIL: info@facetsinteriors.co.za

EMAIL: design@@lifeinteriordesign. com

www.facetsinteriors.co.za

www.lifeinteriordesign.com

IVK Interiors

MacGregor Forsyth Interior Design

TEL: +27 (0)32 947 1302 FAX: +27 (0)86 506 8738

TEL: +27 (0)21 418 3573â&#x20AC;Ż FAX: +27 (0)21 418 3689 EMAIL: christo@macfor.com

EMAIL: info@ivkinteriors.co.za www.ivkinteriors.co.za

www.macfor.com

Jacket Interiors

PGA Architects

TEL: +27 (0)11 646 3505 FAX: +27 (0)11 646 3592

TEL: +27 (0)31 563 4000 FAX: +27 (0)31 564 8361 EMAIL: admin@pgaarchitects.co.za

EMAIL: info@jacketinteriors.com www.jacketinteriors.com

www.pgaarchitects.co.za

Liberty Properties

Solebi Interiors

TEL: +27 (0)11 408 5111 FAX: +27 (0)11 408 5112

TEL: +27 (0)11 805 8700 FAX: +27 (0)11 315 2625

www.libertyproperties.co.za

www.solebi.co.za

EMAIL: info@solebi.co.za

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The Design Partnership TEL: +27 (0)12 460 2016 FAX: +27 (0)12 460 8921 EMAIL: adrian@designpartnership. co.za www.designpartnership.co.za

Time & Space TEL: +27 (0)86 111 8463 FAX: +27 (0)86 690 4201 EMAIL: jill@time-space.co.za www.time-space.co.za

Woodhouse & Weedon Design TEL: +27 (0)31 309 5277 FAX: +27 (0)31 309 5865 EMAIL: peterweedon@telkomsa.net www.woodhouseweedon.blogspot.com

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