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today19 Jul 2016

A melting pot of African design at Decorex Joburg 2016

From the enigmatic sculptures and the bold iconography to the understated and the minimal, South Africa’s largest décor, design and lifestyle exhibition this year presents captivating inspiration from the cradle of humanity. The vivacious prints, artefacts and designs of Africa, from Algeria to Zimbabwe, will come under the spotlight in the brand-new African Inspired Designer Trend Pods installation at Decorex Joburg, which takes place from 5 to 9 August at the Gallagher Convention Centre.
today3 May 2013

Ready-to-go kitchens

Property developers in the affordable housing market are turning to pre-manufactured “bolt-on” kitchens to speed up delivery and keep up with growing demand. 
today23 Jun 2012

Shutters and blinds for healthy indoor air quality

Most of us spend at least 30% of our time at work, often inside the same building from 8am to 5pm, with maybe an hour’s break to step outside. It’s important therefore that the buildings where we work should be ‘healthy’ buildings.  The World Health Organisation (WHO) has recognised Sick Building Syndrome (SBS) for almost three decades. In 1984 the WHO reported that 30% of new and remodelled buildings worldwide might be linked to symptoms of SBS. The causes are many and varied but SBS is commonly attributed to poor indoor air quality – a result of poor ventilation, faulty or badly maintained air-conditioning systems, a range of indoor chemical pollutants such as small quantities of toxins in the emissions from building and office materials and biological agents such as moulds and bacteria.