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Travel Diary THE ART OF TRAVEL

Once travel restrictions are lifted, I am looking forward to the sensorial experience of seeing physical artwork. I want to have lengthy conversations with artists and smell wet oil paint, clay, resin or other materials in their studios again. I want to navigate through large-scale immersive installations and be moved by sonic experimentations. I

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1 Design Journey
The Nguni dining chair was designed a year before I opened Vogel Design, and was first supplied to a restaurant called !Khwa ttu on the West Coast. That kick-started everything. It became one of the best-selling pieces in US store West Elm’s “design
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The Power Of Yellow
The FOCUS CITRON rug was created by Cédric Ragot for Roche Bobois. Available in two sizes (280cm and 300cm diameter), the design is hand-tufted in New Zealand wool. roche-bobois.com Kat van Duinen’s MINI MPUMELELO bag in yellow python is a tailored
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17 Self-reflection
VISI’s first encounter with Puleng Mongale’s work was via her socio-political series “When The Madams Are Away, The Help Will Slay” (2016), a meditation on blackness and the remnants of a past that most prefer to gloss over. In her latest works – a s