While traveling, South African designer Katherine-Mary Pichulik enjoys being alone in transit, in the in-between spaces where she can disconnect.

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Ouzeri

Greek restaurant
58 Wale St, Cape Town City Centre, Cape Town, 8000, South Africa
Ouzeri

"I really do appreciate Ouzeri. I feel like there's a modernity to that kind of Cypriot-style food. I also like the casual quality of being able to buy wine in a metal jug. The deep fried mussels are amazing."

Katherine-Mary PICHULIK

Seapoint Promenade

Beach
Sea Point, Cape Town, 8005, South Africa
Seapoint Promenade

"The Sea Point Promenade is an accessible piece of coastline that has never become privately owned. It's the right of all Capetonians to be able to walk there and bring their animals and have picnics. There's a definite quality of egalitarianism and community that happens on that promenade passage."

Katherine-Mary PICHULIK

ShangriLa Holistic Center

Yoga studio
6 Park Rd, Gardens, Cape Town, 8001, South Africa
ShangriLa Holistic Center

"ShangriLa is my Kundalini yoga studio. You just can't help but feel completely nourished when you go there. They give you a really gentle, soft yogi experience whilst you hear the bustle of the Cape Town city outside. They make the best homeground yogi tea that is just a must."

Katherine-Mary PICHULIK

Between Us

Restaurant
176 Bree St, Cape Town City Centre, Cape Town, 8001, South Africa
Between Us

"Between Us is an elegant eatery within 100 meters from the Pichulik Atelier so we frequent it a lot. The food is very simple and clear with a lot of attention to flavors and technique. There is South African art on the walls, and the flowers are done by local florist Lush. I often bump into people I know in the Cape Town creative community there. It's a very special little spot."

Katherine-Mary PICHULIK

blank projects

Art gallery
10 Lewin St, Foreshore, Cape Town, 8001, South Africa
blank projects

"blank projects is a great gallery to pop into when you’re visiting Cape Town. It's a wonderful showcase of a strong stable of South African and African artists like Igshaan Adams and Jared Ginsburg. They've just got a nice agenda that’s diversified and quite progressive."

Katherine-Mary PICHULIK

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