"The world is craving stories converted into beautiful products. If it comes from Africa the demand is even greater."
Cape Town and Johannesburg is gearing up for Design Indaba 2014, win tickets here.
Leanie van der Vyver says her designs are a reaction to the things that bother her about modern society.
There was no shortage of beautiful things at this year’s Design Indaba Expo.
This year's Design Indaba has delivered punch after thought-provoking punch of inspiration and insight into the design, cultural and social zeitgeist.
Of all the creative conferences around the world, few have the pull of the Design Indaba. We round up the highlights.
Design Indaba Expo is a showcase of the most innovative, new South African design, from furniture and fashion to jewellery, craft and homeware.
Shop the best of SA creativity. All in one place. All in three days.
Thirty-two artists, 10 shows, eight venues, three days, one city. From February 27 to March 1, Cape Town will jam to the melody of designer beats
Fifteen films celebrating design form part of this year's Design Indaba
With fashion designers crossing into areas such as homeware, design exhibitors are collaborating with one another more than ever before.
One of the central exhibitions celebrates a fusion between African design and the European trends of the eighties
Transdisciplinary personalities define the programme of this year's Design Indaba
More than 38000 people walked through the doors of last year's Design Indaba expo, resulting in a GDP contribution of R261-million.
Baskets with polo necks, slouchy vessels, giant sea-anemone pouffes - what is up with craft at this year's expo?
The Design Indaba strives to bring the foremost contemporary thought leaders to South Africa each year.
Eateries are much more than just places to eat. They offer tradition as well, and with that, comes comfortability.
This is not a blurb introducing an article by Chris Roper raving about the best Design Indaba yet.