Condé Nast House & Garden - - INSIDER -

The open­ing of 99 Juta proves one thing for sure: the Jo’burg de­sign scene is show­ing no signs of let­ting up any time soon. Spear­headed by prod­uct de­sign­ers Dok­ter and Misses, in col­lab­o­ra­tion with prop­erty de­vel­op­ers Con­sol­i­dated Ur­ban Cor­po­ra­tion and Play Braam­fontein, the project sees the com­plete re­gen­er­a­tion of a derelict in­ner-city struc­ture into a pink-an­de­mer­ald decor power play. The 80-yearold struc­ture com­prises two colour­ful court­yards and eight spa­ces over four floors par­ti­tioned with mas­sive sheets of glass. The over­all ef­fect: a light, bright space that has at­tracted the likes of The Ur­ba­na­tive, Joe Paine and Monique Vee to set up shop, along with pop-ups by Hout­lander and The Ninevites.

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