The Leonardo in Sandton, Gauteng are excited to showcase our latest collaboration with Joburg Ballet. This short clip highlights the unique works of art that adorn the floors, walls and ceilings that make up the Leonardo, using dance as its own art form as a medium of expression.
“We wanted to tell the story of The Leonardo in a way that is fresh, dynamic, exciting and visually enticing and this was the perfect way to do that. Art is such a cornerstone of The Leonardo, where there are hundreds of original, local artworks from sculptures, to installations, tapestries and paintings. We wanted to not only highlight the art that our guests can experience, but use the Arts to tell the unique story of this iconic building in a new and authentic way.” says Chenee Seeberath, Guest Relations Officer at The Leonardo.
The Leonardo looks forward to welcoming all guests to our artistic masterpiece.
Dancers dressed by House of Nala
The Leonardo has not only redefined Johannesburg’s skyline, but also how we view the concept of sustainable urbanism with options to work, live and play in one place. Rising 234m from the street below, this iconic 55-storey mixed-used development serves as a beacon of hope not only for the city, but the country as well. With art taking the lead, The Leonardo supports and showcases original works of art created by some of South Africa’s established and upcoming artists. Step out of your apartment in South Africa’s tallest building and into a world of luxury.