St Leger & Viney - Design Focus Invitation

St Leger & Viney Presents Design Focus

St Leger & Viney - Design Focus Invitation

South African luxe fabric house, St Leger & Viney, is hosting an exciting international lifestyle trend event at the University of Johannesburg on the 28th of March. The event, called “Design Focus“, will feature local and international design industry leaders including none other than international interior design legend, Nicky Haslam.

This event presents a rare opportunity to interact with, and be inspired by, one of the world’s most revered and appreciated designers. Nicky Haslam is known for his high-end design, commissioned by rocks stars and royalty alike. His style is ever changing, yet always distinguishable for its charm, and with his decades of experience no one marries a historical sensibility with a modern contemporary outlook quite like Nicky Haslam. Nicky is as renowned for his timeless interiors as his for informative and witty presentation style. We are confident that he will stimulate, educate and inspire you with his humour and knowledge.

Other speakers include David Walker of  the impressivUK fabric & wallpaper houses Sanderson & ZoffanyJosé Angel Climent of the  luxury textile groupLizzo Designs  in Spain; as well as Philippe van der Merwe of Tonic Design and Jamie Clyde, the CEO of SLOW Lounge.

Whether you are an architect, designer, decorator, or just an enthusiast, Design Focus is sure to be both inspirational and educational and not to be missed! When else in your lifetime are you likely to see Nicky Haslam in the flesh?! SO exciting!

For more info check out the event details: here, or contact Anna Keep at (011) 444 6722.

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