Diana Moss's Local Discoveries from South Africa

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August 5, 2013
In our September 2013 issue, we asked some of our favorite online design writers to introduce their latest local discoveries. Check out Lucy Feagins of The Design Files and Katie Treggiden of Confessions of a Design Geek's finds, too!
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  Diana Moss, who created design blog Miss Moss, writes from her home in Cape Town, South Africa.
    Diana Moss, who created design blog Miss Moss, writes from her home in Cape Town, South Africa.
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  Moss selected this work of art as one of her favorites: “I’m completely in love with the illustrative work of Katrin Coetzer—any of the pieces from her latest exhibition, Honeymoon, would be a thrill to have on my wall.”
    Moss selected this work of art as one of her favorites: “I’m completely in love with the illustrative work of Katrin Coetzer—any of the pieces from her latest exhibition, Honeymoon, would be a thrill to have on my wall.”
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  Her thoughts on furniture design? “I have had my eye on the Huguenot dining table by Pedersen + Lennard for a long time.”
    Her thoughts on furniture design? “I have had my eye on the Huguenot dining table by Pedersen + Lennard for a long time.”
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  Her last choice of South African design was a socially critical piece: “I would also love to own a piece from local designers Jordan Metcalf and Daniel Ting Chong’s collaborative project Heart of Gold, a playful exploration of the concepts of consumerism and greed in South Africa.”
    Her last choice of South African design was a socially critical piece: “I would also love to own a piece from local designers Jordan Metcalf and Daniel Ting Chong’s collaborative project Heart of Gold, a playful exploration of the concepts of consumerism and greed in South Africa.”

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