99 Juta, Braamfontein, Johannesburg
Monday - Friday
9AM - 6PM
99 Juta Street is a new development in Braamfontein. This renovation of an 80-odd year old building is the collaborative vision of property developers Consolidated Urban, Play Braamfontein and product designers Dokter and Misses.
It is conveniently situated in the popular neighbourhood of Braamfontein, close to the Gautrain, major circulation routes and local amenities.Designed by Local Studio, with interiors and fittings by Dokter and Misses who’s showroom occupies one half of the first floor. 99 is the new home to local product designers Joe Paine, Mash.T Design Studio, Monique Vee and The Urbanative. Alongside these permanent fixtures a program of design centric pop-ups will run featuring wood-masters Houtlander, a textile exhibition curated by The Ninevites and ceramic showcase titled 99½ Vases.
This new design-focused address’ pink and emerald green tiled facade is sure to turn heads. Two colourful inner courtyards flanked by high-rises provide sanctuary inside one of Joburg’s stand-out neighbourhoods. Transparent partitioning connects eight spaces over four floors, optimises natural light and encourages visitors to explore by means of the original steel and timber staircase that remains intact (circa 1930s). An externally mounted goods lift is a welcome, functional update to this old-new building.
LOCAL STUDIO – Architect
Local Studio is a Johannesburg-based architecture and urban design firm specialising in catalytic projects in complex urban environments.
DOKTER AND MISSES
Dokter and Misses is a product and furniture design duo operating out of Johannesburg since 2007. They are known for their whimsical and weird design language that fuses graphic and sculptural forms.In addition to their new showroom on the first floor the latest run of Moonjellies will be showcased on 99’s top floor. Moonjelly 2.0 is a set of otherworldly lights that blur the line between sculpture and function that include both standing and hanging variations. Their Dali-esque glass shades are blown from recycled glass by Swazi expert blowers at @NgwenyaGlass.
Joe Paine is a product and furniture designer from Johannesburg aiming to produce original products that are both interesting visually and conceptually, as they are to use.
Born from processes found within the industrial vernacular of Johannesburg and of its spirit, the products can be both hard-edged and delicate in one breath.
Apartment 2B is a collective shared furniture, homeware accessories and art showroom at the brand new South African design centered building, 99 Juta Street in Braamfontein, Johannesburg.
The product design element of Apartment 2B includes Mpho Vackier of ”TheUrbanative”, Thabisa Mjo of “Mash.T Design Studio” and Monique Van Zyl of “Monique Vee”. This collective is passionate about home grown design that tells a story whilst connecting to the contemporary client. Apartment 2B will boldly explore evolving perspectives of current African Design.
Houtlander is a team of passionate craftsman who strive to make considered, timeless furniture.
“We admire modernist design, respect the tried and tested methods of centuries of traditional joinery and challenge ourselves to employ modern methods and technology to create pieces with a future heritage.”
A group show curated by The Ninevites featuring Danielle Clough, Palesa Mjali, Liza Grobler, Kassa Studio, Estelle Bourdet, Lizette Chirrime, Sibabalwe Ndlwana and Henny Von Schantz.
Runs until 20 May
Drinks by Tonic gin bar from Linden – also pop-up bar.
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