Conceptual

We are dishing up a smorgasbord of 3D images; conceptual work; proposed work; work-in-progress; custom-designed products; project pitches; storyboards & other cool things we thought you might like to see. This gives a quick look into our head-space & and how we go about designing!

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A Camps Bay property management company approached us to design the interior of their office break room / client waiting area.
As the property management company represented largely luxury seaside rental properties we decided to incorporate sleek coastal elements into their office interior.
We put together this concept presentation for a client's guest bedroom - the room style: playfully quirky and unique. The concept board featured proposed finishes and furniture - all from trendy local suppliers.
This concept proposal for a client's vintage industrial-styled open plan TV lounge and dining area illustrates how well the sourced furniture and fabrics will work together.
We custom designed this Industrial-inspired TV / AV unit especially for the same client's vintage industrial-styled space.
We designed this planter bench seat for a client's outdoor dining area. We loved the idea of using vintage desk drawers as planters so much that we incorporate this quirky proposal into our bench design.
A colourful and contemporary interior concept done for a trendy design studio.
We designed this unique office space for a boutique publishing house in Cape Town. To add elements of playfulness, we custom-designed quirky storage units made out of shipping pallets and crates for each desk unit.
The general office meeting area features a library unit consisting of wall-mounted boxes – also made out of plywood shipping crates.
Amazing what a bit of fabric can do to a tired piece of furniture – here we revamped a client’s old wingback chair by giving it a quick reupholster.
A sample / concept board that formed part of a proposed interior upgrade of one of South Africa’s oldest hotels.
Another concept board for the same hotel – we suggested introducing quirky yet tasteful contemporary African elements to compliment the hotel’s past and present heritage.
We proposed a bold contemporary black & white colour palette and trendy wallpaper for the hotel’s bathrooms to form a playful contrast with the existing traditional classic fittings.
A built-in desk concept we designed for the office nook of a loft apartment where space was limited.
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