Hip Hop

Architecture

n/a

Photographer

Micky Hoyle

Year

2015

Flooring

Pure by Hakwood

Grade

Rustic

Width

180 mm

Finish

Oil

Haldane Martin juxtaposed feminine symbolism with a modern aesthetic.

The European oak floor by Hakwood adds natural warmth whilst contributing a graphic herringbone pattern.

The fabric installation hanging from the ceiling is one of the key bespoke features of the interior. The fabric is backlit, creating a glow and a delicate play between light and shadow. One of the most innovative aspects of the project, this creates a lovely graceful effect, softening the space and framing the clothing while drawing the viewer’s gaze towards the garments.

Haldane Martin Iconic Design created a sophisticated and feminine high-concept Retail store for South African fashion label Hip Hop. The unique interior design for Hip Hop is emblematic of the award-winning design studio’s innovation in the commercial and retail design sector.

 

Villa at Majeka

Architecture

Etienne Hanekom Interiors

Photographer

Etienne Hanekom

Year

2014

Flooring

Promise by Hakwood 

Grade

Markant

Width

180 mm

Finish

Oil

“Each room has all the luxuries a 5-star Boutique hotel can offer. We decided to play with a printed ceiling, also a theme we have used at Majeka House before”, Etienne Hanekom.

Hardwood finishes by Hakwood were incorporated in two colour-ways on floors and select walls in each space:

Lime-Grey and Promise, both from the Authentic Collection were specified in a grade of French White Oak that incorporates natural features such as heartwood and sapwood.

The designers transformed an existing apartment into a four-bedroom guest Villa for Majeka House, a five-star boutique hotel in Stellenbosch.

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