Miles and miles at Montrose

Posted on Tue, 28 Aug 2012 by midcenturyjo

High on the ridge of Bishopscourt in Cape Town sits a glass pavillion with views to die for.  The house, Montrose, with its slick modern aesthetic is by South African design firm SAOTA – Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects. Like all their work featured here on DTI, finishes and joinery are first class, the pool and grounds a pleasure playground. No curtains, no need for privacy and everywhere the view. For miles and miles….

Love this industrial style house… so inspirational!

Damani says:

LOVE THIS! and the fact they added the shutters for privacy. I was just beginning to think only the homes in Australia look like this. This house makes me want to take on the world in a positive -inviting way. Thanks for the morning love. I'm inspired.

Nielfa Hanifa says:

I usually just browse through the photos when viewing your site and admittedly hardly read the text (shame on me I know), but after seeing these photos I had to scroll back up because something in the photos made me as a Capetonian think "this is home", I think it's that sunset sky!

Awesome blog, LOVE IT!!!

Sparky says:

Lovely home, however with all the glossy and transparent "surfaces" I know I would always be walking into the "walls" and stepping into the water! ;o) ~Sparky

oregonbird says:

At some point in life, we all want to live in the mall.

nofykris says:

Oh my God! such a innovative and beautiful house. I WANT!

Anna says:

Just perfect.

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