Picks of the Week

Studio Morison

From a glorious pink pavilion to an exclusive Love Milo homeware range for Superbalist and colourful locally made notebooks, these are the VISI team’s top picks of the week.

1. Look! Look! Look! Pavilion

“This pink pavilion designed by Studio Morison has been placed in the middle of a Georgian mansion in Herefordshire in the UK,” says Online Editor Lindi Brownell Meiring. “The specially made woven fabric that covers the structure can withstand any weather and is inspired by a traditional Georgian colour palette.”

Image credit: designboom.com

2. Love Milo For Superbalist

“This pretty Love Milo range, made exclusively for Superbalist, features a mixture of brass, pastel pinks, marble prints and light greys,” says Content Producer Mary Garner. “I’m obsessed!”

Image credit: superbalist.com

3. Janet Lightbody’s Lighting Series

“This handmade collection of lamps by artist and ceramicist Janet Lightbody is inspired by the Orange River and Tugela Falls,” says Tracy Greenwood, Group Head of Content: Décor & Design.

Image credit: janetlightbody.com

4. Componibili Smile Tables

“Originally introduced by Kartell in 1969 and available locally at True Design, the Componibili is a fun modular storage range, a space savvy way to make use of every square inch in your home,” says Features Writer Amelia Brown.

Image credit: truedesign.co.za

5. Satori A Re Vaya Notebooks

“These colourful IdeaBooks are locally designed and made in South Africa,” says Managing Editor Samantha Charles. “Each notebook, made from 90gsm Munken paper, comes with 40 unlined pages.”

Image credit: hellopretty.co.za