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Camps Bay is known for its fine white sand beaches, natural rock formations as well as upmarket restaurants, mellow cafes and cocktail bars. This vibrant and buzzing suburb is set at the foot of the Twelve Apostles Mountains, a perfect match for its outstanding surroundings.
As you move up the mountainside lies this double-storey house which was designed by Fabian + Make Architects. Architecturally, the house cleverly plays with levels and volumes in order to maximise ocean views as well as its aesthetic appeal. The design is a blend of contemporary aesthetics and New Art Deco style. The interiors are playful, colourful and exceptionally luxurious boasting large art pieces, a piano and dramatic lighting.
The kitchen was no exception, the HD23 island was finished in dramatic hand-brushed burnish brass – adding an interesting textural element to the space. We paired this dark Fumo matt lacquers, fume glass and heat-treated wood veneer. The Stopsol glass units perfectly reflect the incredible views opposite them, almost turning the reflection into a piece of art itself.
The space was subtle yet extraordinary, dark yet alive. Our designers spent a lot of time understanding both the client and the space in order to create something tailored and beautiful, customised to their requirements. It was a pleasure working with Fabian + Make Architects to bring their modern and innovative designs to life.
Location: Camps Bay, Cape Town
Worktops: Dekton Kelya