Textures which are rich and luxurious while durable, with pared down geometric patterns adding depth and interest are reflected in this mood board which forms part of our vision for activity based work environs.
Part of an installation on display at the new @knightsbridgebryanston development park in Johannesburg.
Because we know that it’s not easy to visualize your future office when looking at an empty white box, we’ve taken the guess work out with options including mood boards and floor plans.
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HOW you *feel*, doesn’t always match with WHO you *are*. You may feel defeated, but you are a winner. You may feel afraid, but you are braver than you think. Remind yourself who you are and #GetYoMindRight !!!
If you know me, I’m all about getting things done. My love language is acts of service. So if you love me , SHOW ME. That mentality has been applied to most areas of my life - even in my relationship with God. I’ve always felt like I had to work to prove myself worthy of love from God. But the amazing thing about God is, I don’t have to do anything for Him to love me. I just am, and He just loves ❤️
Our wonder, worth + purpose is found in Him. -
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With one hand scratching her dog, this fashionable lady poses to show off her best angle. More attention-grabbing than her beautifully made up face is the triangular pattern of her hat and jumper. The 1920s saw perhaps the most consistent design ideal across different disciplines of art and design. Geometric shapes, colours and an experimental approach was not just common in paintings, but can be seen in architecture, furniture, fashion design and performances of the decade. Unsurprisingly, many artists did not just focus on one discipline, but worked with different art and design forms and media. Sonia Delaunay, for example, painted, but also designed textiles and theatre sets. Photographed in 1929, this lady shows both her fashionability and her artistic interest with her geometric print cloche hat and jumper.