Anne is a Cape Town based designer that loves to make things, and believes products should be beautiful, purposeful, well made and comfortable to use. She has recently discovered a passion for woodworking, and each piece in her collection of wooden homeware is made by hand, from off-cuts of wood sourced locally. She finds great joy in carving, shaping and hand finishing each piece. See behind the scenes on Instagram. Contact: hello@annehodgson.co.za

Anne is a Cape Town based designer that loves to make things, and believes products should be beautiful, purposeful, well made and comfortable to use. She has recently discovered a passion for woodworking, and each piece in her collection of wooden homeware is made by hand, from off-cuts of wood sourced locally. She finds great joy in carving, shaping and hand finishing each piece. See behind the scenes on Instagram. Contact: hello@annehodgson.co.za

Lunar Neckpiece by Pichulik   Credit: Pichulik

Lunar Neckpiece by Pichulik Credit: Pichulik

Lulu and Marula at the Sanlam Handmade Contemporary 2015  Credit: Zana

Lulu and Marula at the Sanlam Handmade Contemporary 2015 Credit: Zana

Zana at Sanlam Handmade Contemporary 2015   Credit: ZANA

Zana at Sanlam Handmade Contemporary 2015 Credit: ZANA

PICHULIK  features as August's Womans Month Designer.  Baraka Summer 2015 Collection  Credit: PICHULIK

PICHULIK features as August's Womans Month Designer. Baraka Summer 2015 Collection Credit: PICHULIK

Zana at Sanlam Handmade Contemporary 2015   Credit: ZANA

Zana at Sanlam Handmade Contemporary 2015 Credit: ZANA

Cape Town based brand, Zana, showcasing their products at the 2015 Handmade Contemporary Fair  Credit: Between 10 and 5

Cape Town based brand, Zana, showcasing their products at the 2015 Handmade Contemporary Fair Credit: Between 10 and 5

Henriette Botha jewellery is influenced by bold african graphics and the flora and fauna of South Africa.  Credit: Henriette Botha

Henriette Botha jewellery is influenced by bold african graphics and the flora and fauna of South Africa. Credit: Henriette Botha

Siyande Mbele showcases his Ndebele, Venda and Zulu inspired PINDA stackable table  Credit: Sunday Times

Siyande Mbele showcases his Ndebele, Venda and Zulu inspired PINDA stackable table Credit: Sunday Times

Khayelitsha-based designer Bonga Jwambi uses recycled wood for hid items of furniture  Credit: Sunday Times

Khayelitsha-based designer Bonga Jwambi uses recycled wood for hid items of furniture Credit: Sunday Times

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