On Thursday 27 March at 6pm, OH Architecture will be hosting a tour of the house "Die Es" (the hearth), the family home that Gwen and Gabriel Fagan built in 1965, and still a relevant and arresting example of vernacular architecture.
House & Garden last checked in on this modernist house when it was built nearly 60 years ago and jumped at the opportunity to see how it has fared over the intervening decades. Rather well, as it turns out, thanks in no small part to the architect Charles Barclay.
feel like a little mezcal to celebrate, this weekend? well, i’ve got you covered because today we’re headed south of the border to a city i’ve been utterly dying to visit — mexico city! and we’re going to visit a truly beautiful restaurant in Roma Norte, the culinary and artistic center of Mexico City. enter […]
understated and rather unexpected color pairings like pale pink and mint green, mauve, coral — whatever you prefer to call it,Â i’m seeing these pretty pastels jewel tones popping up everywhere. from fashionistas to fainting sofas, these faded shades would appear to be very en vogue. shades of the palest pink and coral really complement soft […]
At the top of a leafy street sits a remarkably fresh and bold contemporary home, untamed and unburdened by a need to colour within the lines. #architecture #modernarchitecture #southafricanarchitecture #visimagazine