Here's a taste from the feast of new work that will be showcased for the first time at Africa's largest design exhibition.
The intricate book covers Dale Halvorsen designs are at once gripping trailers and accurate visual summaries of the stories that lie beneath them.
While the local poor protest about basic amenities and housing, the rich are flocking to Cape Town to enjoy its luxury accommodation.
Global icon Rossana Orlandi is more than a creative and an eclectic designer. She's recently adopted the role of a nurturer for upcoming designers.
Hailed as a herald of the future, Nacho Carbonell ?believes design anticipates the way our story unfolds.
Design24 has launched a competition for designers to reimagine the Sanlam Centre in Cape Town, once the tallest building in Africa.
The FoodWineDesign Fair returns for its fourth year, bringing together close to 100 exhibitors and focusing on craft and produce from across SA.
David Goldblatt is the featured artist at this year's Johannesburg Art Fair. He is showing work under the title The Frock and Other Pictures.
India Baird is a human rights lawyer who has taken the bench out of the courtroom and installed it in public spaces to create safe areas for women.
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Trendy furniture and décor brand Dokter and Misses showcases its urban designs at showroom and gallery CO-OP in Braamfontein, Jo'burg.
Jeweller Ambra Gambale’s excursion into memento mori started with a collection of roadkill - "silly things", she says, "little bird skulls".
Liesel Trautman decided she wanted to create an art form that could be both beautiful and practical, nourishing both spirit and body.
Listening to designer Chloe Townsend narrating the origin of Missibaba is like following Alice through a psychedelic Wonderland.
A rope is a line and a line is the basis of all the arts.
A digger, a pick-up truck, a sports car and a beach buggy make up Dokter and Misses’ new range of self-assembly toy cars.
Curator Chris Spring’s journey into the world of African textiles began with the East African kangas, printed cloths usually worn by women.
A university study has highlighted the challenges facing the urban poor - and proposed ways to make the best of all they are likely to get.
Leanie van der Vyver says her designs are a reaction to the things that bother her about modern society.