July 2016

Shop the designer aisles of the all-new 100% Design Supermarket at 100% Design South Africa 2016

29 Jul 2016 | Categories: Press Releases | Posted by: 100percentdesign

July 2016

Wondering where to pick up the latest and greatest South African designer items? The newly launched 100% Design Supermarket – which will stock highly  covetable, collectible and all-original products – is one of the new star attractions of 100% Design South Africa 2016. The country’s go-to interior design show just got a whole lot better, thanks to this ready-to-shop pavilion that allows smaller, independent designers to sell their wares direct to the public during the event,  which takes place from 5-9 August 2016 at Gallagher Convention Centre, Joburg. It takes place alongside Decorex Joburg.

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Surface Intention

29 Jul 2016 | Categories: Uncategorized | Posted by: 100percentdesign

June 2016

100% DESIGN SOUTH AFRICA 2016 PUTS ALL-NEW LOCAL AND INTERNATIONAL FABRICS AND WALLPAPERS UP AGAINST THE WALL

From the latest digital printing triumphs to textured wallpapers and futuristic prints, 100% Design South Africa 2016 promises to roll out the industry’s latest and greatest. A feast for fabric fundis, the show will inspire both interior design trade professionals and members of the public with a curated array of leading local and international fabric houses and textile designers.

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The office of the future is the subject of thought-provoking displays and a curated exhibition, 100% Office at this year’s 100% Design South Africa

29 Jul 2016 | Categories: Press Releases | Posted by: 100percentdesign

June 2016

The days of the corner office are numbered. There’s no denying that contemporary offices continue to evolve as the very nature of the way we work changes. Gone are the large, and largely vacant boardrooms, in favour of smaller meeting rooms and breakaway areas. Open plan configurations, “hot desking” and co-working spaces are the order of the day, as real estate and office rental costs escalate. New technology has favoured smaller, mobile laptop computing systems that make large desks and dedicated workstations redundant.

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