The Green Box

The Green Box

let me preface this post by saying: imagine having plants covering your entire house. well, this is not a house – but a disused garage turned pavilion. but still! called the Green Box, it was renovated by italian architects ACT Romegialli. it’s a small building on the property of a vacation house in the…

Kitchens I Like by Miss Moss

Kitchens I Like

above image by Jonas Berg we’re lucky to live in a wonderful apartment in an old art-deco era building. it’s unusually big (a one bedroom that’s the size of a typical 2 bedroom), has wooden parquet floors, and is solidly built – so it’s warm in winter and cool in summer. only thing…

Rug by GUR

Rug by GUR

remember that time i said i need more floor space for my rug obsession? oh yes, that was yesterday. well of course the internet doesn’t help my addiction. i guess it’s a good thing that i have this here blog with an endless amount of virtual floorspace to display all…

Telar by Nido

Telar by Nido

it’s been a while since i shared something from Nido, the wonderful Argentinian based knitwear brand that makes handwoven accessories from naturally dyed wool. they have just launched a new project called Telar – branching out into artisan textiles that are handmade using a weaving loom, in the traditional Argentinian style. The…

Visits: Hoi P'loy | Miss Moss

Visits: Hoi P’loy

this is the second instalment of VISITS, a new series in collaboration with Monya Eastman. before visiting the Hoi P’loy studio i had no real idea what goes on behind the scenes of this inspiring company. i had, of course, seen their beautiful Vintage Edison lightbulbs all over Cape Town, and they hang…

onehundredforty

Onehundredforty

this is one of the coolest things i’ve seen in a while. Onehundredforty is an art experiment that merges smart programming with beautiful design to make personal art prints – from a tweet of your choice. basically you select a tweet, Onehundredforty generates your design, and they print and send it to…

Clocks

you know how some people always say that they don’t use their watches / clocks anymore because they just read the time on their phones? i am not one of those people. i often catch myself looking at my wrist, even when i’m not wearing my watch (then i just…

Cold Picnic: Badlands

Cold Picnic AW15

boobs are making a bit of a… comeback? not that they were ever out of fashion, cause boobs have always been great. but they have permeated a lot of visual things lately like tees and tops and totes and calendars and think pieces. they’re almost like that weird pineapple trend, except less spiky.

Miss Moss: Portrait of a House

Portrait of a House

photographer Frederik Vercruysse documents the rooms of this stately home in rural Belgium in such a way that it almost looks like the kind of place Escher would live in. have you guys ever played the amazing game Monument Valley? that’s what i felt like when i was looking through these images. the house was discovered in…

Casa dos Outros

Casa dos Outros

i dug DEEP into the archives of Casa dos Outros (‘House of Others’) a Brazilian blog by Zizi Carderari and Silvia Gomez that lets us into the lovely homes of people living in São Paulo. one connecting thing that i loved about these homes is the often eclectic ensemble of…

HEARTH

Hearth

i did something unusual when i looked through the website of Australian interior design firm Hearth… i saved the pics to my desktop. ever since the advent of Pinterest i hardly ever save stuff to my actual computer anymore. i used to have folders upon folders of ‘inspiration’ lurking around…

Studio Visit: MARK | Miss Moss

Studio Visit: MARK

i’ve been so excited to share this studio visit with you. MARK is a graphic design studio based in Cape Town whose office is actually in the same building as my own office. well, it’s thanks to MARK that i’m even here in the first place. Fred and i studied together…

Someware

Someware

Someware was founded by Giselle Hernandez, a designer living in LA who is originally from Colombia. the online shop features curated items for the home; handcrafted by artisans and designers from around the world – their first collection explores ethnic designs from Colombia and Peru.

Ladies and Gentlemen Studio: Shape Up

Shape Up

i’ve featured Ladies & Gentlemen Studio a few times on the blog, but somehow missed their latest collection Shape Up, the lookbook is just amazing.

Cotton & Flax Fall 2014

Cotton & Flax

Erin from Cotton & Flax sent me a sneak peek of her new FW14 collection which debuted on her website this week. all of her textiles are made by hand in LA, and she makes beautiful things like tea towels, pillows, napkins, coasters – all using natural materials.