Fashion Designer Lezanne Viviers’s Johannesburg Digs Double as a Studio and Concept Store

Fashion Designer Lezanne Viviers’s Johannesburg Digs Double as a Studio and Concept Store

The glass-fronted, 1960s gem acts as a display case for her eponymous label, vibrant artworks, and modernist furniture.

Fashion designer Lezanne Viviers and her husband, Walter Anderson, hadn’t intended to move from their cozy apartment in Hyde Park, Johannesburg, let alone buy a new house—until they stumbled upon a modernist gem on a kopje, or small hill, overlooking the city at the junction of the Melville, Parkview, and Westcliff neighborhoods.

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