MiMiC. 2019 Collection in Antwerp


Soma 130 by INDIGENUS PLANTERS paired with the Joburg Armchair by DAVID KRYNAUW

MiMiC. 2019 Collection premiers in Antwerp this month with a selection of pieces from our talented South African designers. Featuring at the showcase are oversized planters by renowned South African architects, Greg Truen & Stefan Antoni of SAOTA as well as furniture designer, Laurie Wiid Van Heerden; the Soma and Steen range. David Krynauw pieces are the Joburg Armchair, Joburg Chairs 602, 903 and 1102 and the Staal Chair. Ronel Jordaan articles on show include Rocks, Jasper Gemstones, throws and Ndebele poufs. Meyer Von Wielligh are on display with their natural and organically influenced Umthi Barstools, Server and Hanging Lamp, a gorgeous Melike Coffee Table and the Instomi Sideboard. We have a tribal flare from John Vogel with pieces such as Upright Mantis Loungers, Rus Stools, Slip Chairs and Nguni Heads.

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MiMiC. 2019 Collection premiers in Antwerp this month with a selection of pieces from our talented South African designers. Featuring at the showcase are oversized planters by renowned South African architects, Greg Truen & Stefan Antoni of SAOTA as well as furniture designer, Laurie Wiid Van Heerden; the Soma and Steen range. David Krynauw pieces are the Joburg Armchair, Joburg Chairs 602, 903 and 1102 and the Staal Chair. Ronel Jordaan articles on show include Rocks, Jasper Gemstones, throws and Ndebele poufs. Meyer Von Wielligh are on display with their natural and organically influenced Umthi Barstools, Server and Hanging Lamp, a gorgeous Melike Coffee Table and the Instomi Sideboard. We have a tribal flare from John Vogel with pieces such as Upright Mantis Loungers, Rus Stools, Slip Chairs and Nguni Heads.

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The showcase has been a resounding success so far, attracting attention from the Antwerp elite and our invitees from within the professional design industry of Belgium.

The response has been one, which upholds our ethos, that is to promote and represent a different design ethic, with positive and complimentary comments from visitors on the exceptional quality and fresh approach to furniture, planters, decor and lighting which is portrayed through our pieces. Further exhibtions are planned for Spain, France and Switzerland, dates and venues to be announced.

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