By now we should all know about Cape Town's awesome new Freeworld Design Centre. If you don't yet, visit the website. The second Design Centre Exhibition, Openness to Explore, opened on 16 May, will end 31 July only [so plenty of time to pay them a visit at 71 Waterkant street Cape Town] and feature the following talents:
Liam Mooney of Dry Goods uses different textures of black, reflection, custom mixed Quartz Carpet to showcase his new range in his "black-on-black" pod.
Stand by: Liam Mooney Photo by: Kerstin Eser
Kerstin Eser and Christopher Strong
Kerstin Eser [stylist and Freeworld Design Centre consultant], inspired by Willow Smith's "Whip my hair" music video, created a clothing shop window display of "upcycled" garments made from paint-splattered overalls created by Christopher Strong.
Stand by: Kerstin Eser and Christopher Strong Photo by: Kerstin Eser
Neil Stemmet of Koncept has created a living room combining heritage colour, antique and heirloom pieces with high design pieces. He has also created his own select paint palette and draws from these colours for his living room pod.
Stand by: Neil Stemmet Photo by: Kerstin Eser
Tracy Lynch [decor stylist, creative director and Freeworld Design Centre consultant] created a contemporary dressing room by experimenting with artistically applied paint. The stand features new Alabaster flooring and also Earthcote's new paint made from recycled glass beads.
Stand by: Tracy Lynch Photo by: Kerstin Eser
Thank you very much to Tammy White from Rabbit in a Hat Communications for the info and images!