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//4 ways Africa is influencing interior design globally

4 ways Africa is influencing interior design globally

2019-07-18T14:21:50+00:00 March 4th, 2019|News|

Publication: IOL

Having launched her design career at Decorex Cape Town more than two decades ago, Danela Conti Bryant will be returning to the premier decor exhibition to take on the role of Decorex Designer Spotlight.

We’re seeing much more organic, curved structures in furniture which most likely has its roots in African craft. Pictures: Supplied

“Danela has made such an impact on both the national and international design scene, always bringing a heightened level of luxury to every project,” said Sian Cullingworth, portfolio director at Reed Exhibitions.

“Her inclusion in this year’s Decorex Cape Town Designer Spotlight feature is going to be an incredible culmination of the latest trends that reflect the exhibition theme ‘Designing for Africa – feels like home’.”

 A vibrant career in the world of design

Conti Bryant’s passion for interior design has traversed international borders, with her stylish flair revisioning interiors and prompting the establishment of numerous renowned design brands. Her Koto Nika collection of furniture and lighting graced Harrods and Selfridges, while her Resort Lifestyle range brought high-end holiday homeware and leisure-ware to South Africa.