The Islands exhibit, curated by Raw Edges Design Studio and presented by Ceasarstone was clean, creative, and a beautiful example of the future of modern interior design. The goal was to produce modern designs that broke free of the typical minimalist straight line elements that we see so often, and introduce a more playful aesthetic. Curved table bases, punctured stone, and unorthodox proportions were a delight to the eyes.
We particularly loved the wood panel bath tub coupled with a bright blue rain shower head (above) and the custom ping pong table (below).
The Designboom mart (below) is a unique design bazaar. Avant-garde local and international design talents displayed over 200 objects. Household products, jewellery, accessories, small furniture, and lighting is available for purchase directly from the designers. Many of the objects feature graphically gorgeous colours and prints, as well as inspired architectural elements.
Moroso at Klaus Future Exhibits is a museum style installation, showcasing the work of designer Patrizia Moroso from the 80s, 90s, and 2000s.
A contemporary feel was evident in every curated scene, despite the era of origin. Bold colours and bizarre shapes complement large scale artwork by Moroso’s husband.
We loved the pink and purple lacquered side tables, an unusual addition to any room.
Whether you are a designer or just someone with a keen eye for style, the Interior Design Show will prove unexpectedly fresh and inspiring.