Episode 2

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This week on Win a Home, we reveal the setting for our multi-million rand luxury property and meet Kim Hutton - the man who is responsible for designing the interiors of our multi-million rand home! 

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Plus we introduce you to four of the country’s leading interior designers, who will be mentoring four soon to be revealed aspiring designers as they compete in the ultimate décor challenge. 

We interviewed:

Laurie Wiid van Heerden, Owner, Wiid Design

Wiid Design is a Cape Town-based design studio, established by Laurie Wiid van Heerden in 2010. Wiid Design creates pieces/products that can be seen as the interface between art and design - where materials are transformed into life enriching and durable products. Wiid’s product range includes furniture items such as stools, side tables, dining tables and benches and also a range of lighting and tableware pieces.


Adam Hoets, Owner, Willow lamp 

Willowlamp is an innovative, award-winning South African lighting company born in 2005, whose products are anchored in one simple yet very ingenious idea: a patented method of attaching ball-chains to laser-cut steel frames. Willowlamp's lighting products range from very simple sleek lampshades that are relatively affordable to massive, highly complex sculptural art forms and custom chandeliers that are appropriate for huge projects at even the most extreme highend of the market.


John Vogel, Owner, Vogel Design 

John Vogel is a former architect and world renowned contemporary furniture designer. He is best known for his affinity for timber and his exploration of organic forms. Vogel designs, prototypes and manufactures in-house, and his Cape Town workshop is equipped to supply quality products anywhere in the world.He believes strongly in a sustainable business model: tree planting is funded from products sold and in time more woo


Driaan Claassen, Designer, Bronze Age

Bronze Age is a Cape Town-based art foundry that specializes in the casting of bronze sculpture utilizing both the lost wax, as well as sand casting processes. 

This week we are giving away one of many awesome prizes up for grabs over the next 13 weeks! 


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