Take Five

Art and architecture came out tops with readers this week.
Take Five


Every two years, the Corobrik-SAIA Award for Excellence recognises exceptional contributions to the field of architecture in South Africa. In this Lookbook we present 2014's winners. 


Andrew Shoben is the creative spirit behind some of the world's most playful public art. We ask the artist and founder of greyworld what he is currently working on, why he loves commissions and why he thinks France needs a tummy-tuck. Read more about it here. 


New York City-based photographer Joy Mckinney touches strangers and captures the moment of connection when she crosses accepted boundaries of personal space. In this video interview, Mckinney explains the evolution of her work. 


Every Sunday our Focus On feature brings a different topic into sharp focus. We dipped into our archive to bring you interviews with four architects who spoke at last week's International Union of Architects Congress in Durban.


Typophiles enjoyed our Lookbook of alphabet prints by David Kindersley that harks back to the pre-digital days of typographic design. Take a look here