EXHIBITOR NEWS: Orgari showcases its African heritage décor in Johannesburg
The Hotel Show Africa 2018 welcomes Orgari, which will be exhibiting its unique décor products, which includes the Black Rhino, Olifant collection, the Dung Beetle and many more – each product is unique in its continuation of the African heritage as an Orgari piece.
Executive Coordinator Heidi Steck said: “With guidance and unwavering commitment Orgari helps in the development of skills through art training. Our artists produce most recognisable pieces of fine art in South Africa and their work travels the globe.”
Many Orgari designs take inspiration from nature from the South African national flower, The King Protea, the elegant Cape Sugar Bird, the irresistible African Hoopoe and the striking King Fisher. Iconic fauna and flora that has a strong impact on their designs are the indigenous Cape Disa and the charming Flame Lily in all its vibrant colour. Wildlife also contribute in a variety of designs like the spirited Vervet Monkey and the majestic Leopard.
In 2010 a brand was nurtured and devoted to exquisite décor products that represent the love for South Africa’s endearing style, with a focus on simplistic authenticity and giving ORGARI by Heidi Steck its essence. Through increasing demand and exhilarating growth, the brand has grown to enjoy a global following reaching as far as Europe, England, Australia and the United States.
Orgari by Heidi Steck, flagship boutique and production facility are located in Franschhoek, the “French Corner”, which is one of the oldest towns in the country. Originally settled in the late 17th century, the Franschhoek Valley was first named Olifantshoek, translated to “Elephants Corner”. Long gone from the area, elephants once roamed wild through the vast mountain ranges that surround the rich valley. Providing excellent products and exceptional service, our location embodies the true Orgari spirit, creating a shopping experience that is as unique and prestigious as the brand itself, bringing the story full circle.
“Our values of craftsmanship, quality & design are embedded in each of our pieces. Hand sculpted and hand painted by locally trained artists – an ongoing skills development initiative and the embodiment of the cultural significance of our pieces”, said Executive Coordinator, Heidi Steck.
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