Business Essentials Oct 2018
What’s not to love about Mid-century modern pieces, says interior designer Mullerie Rabe-Taljaard?
Business Essentials May 2018
Interior designer Mullerie Rabe-Taljaard and gallerist Michael Obert join forces.
Business Essentials March 2018
“The key to unlocking great design is to be true to what truly moves you” – Mullerie Rabe Taljaard
Maison & Objet Trends 2018
The magazine Business Essentials recently discussed 2018 design trends with Mullerie following her visit to the Maison & Objet Show in Paris.
“At “mullerie R bespoke interiors” every project is viewed as a finely woven tapestry incorporating the client’s needs and brief on the one hand, together with the architectural signature inherent to each site or project, and lastly an ethos of introducing the most beautiful finely crafted furniture and fabrics.”
“Mullerie brings an ethos of supporting local talent to her work for mainly international clients” – Visi Magazine November 2017
Financial Mail “Fine Living” Article
MullerieR features in the September 2017 issue of the Financial Mail’s “Fine Living”.
South Africa Deluxe Magazine – Interview with Mullerie
Mullerie was recently interviewed on the latest South African design trends by esteemed magazine, South Africa Deluxe.
Interior Design Inspiration – Manhattan Loft Living in the heart of Parktown, Johannesburg
With the influx of investments in the inner city of Johannesburg, the loft is already becoming a popular alternative in residential design. Mullerie Rabe-Taljaard shares her loft with SA Interior Design and its readers. Her passion for lofts, and eye for recycling old buildings, has put her in good stead in creating the typical Manhattan-loft styled home. True to the loft style, her home is a minimalist expression of sleek contemporary lines within a start warehouse structure.
Colour Magazine Feature – Apartment Interiors
One Apartment Four Personalities – Interior designer Mullerie Rabe-Taljaard put the four Plascon personality principles to the test at this apartment in the Melrose Arch apartment development in Johannesburg.
ICON Magazine Feature – Melrose Arch Interiors
Interior designer Mullerie Rabe-Taljaard has created a New York loft feel to Melrose Arch apartments with clean lines and a sophisticated combination of materials and furnishings.
Habitat Magazine Feature – Urban Interior Design
It may be an urban myth, but the theory exists that many of us lack a quality of life because we are missing a ‘Third Place’. Accepting that the ‘First Place’, is where we live and ‘Second Place’ where we work, the ‘Third Place’ is defined as neutral ground where we are able to connect with other persons of like mind, to fulfill social needs that are limited at home and/or work.
Melrose Arch aims to be this ‘Third Place’. A multi-use office, retail, residential and recreational precinct, it typifies global trends towards a high street style of urbanism – albeit herein of high-echelon – called ‘new urbanism’.
… Says designer, Mullerie Rabe-Taljaard: ‘This was a wonderful space to work with and the result has global appeal and could represent a similar urban living space in any of the world’s major cities. This was our brief because essentially, such people are our clientèle. For me, Melrose Arch is a fascinating and dynamic development which is surely the shape of things to come.’
Loft Living with Interior Designer Mullerie Rabe-Taljaard
Interior designer, Mullerie Rabe-Taljaard travelled the world and found the urban attitude of the cities such as London, New York and Dublin inspiring. The Lets Loft campaign is a drive to create an urban sustainability in our very own great cities. She is in fact, one of the pioneers in the trend towards Loft living that has engulfed the property market.