Celebrating the view

Posted on Wed, 26 Sep 2012 by midcenturyjo

If I only posted the first photo, if I had blurred the watermark, if this was a pop quiz on architects whose work features regularly on Desire to Inspire then I think we would all be able to yell out the correct answer. If there is one design firm that can fulfil the fantasy of the ultimate outdoor oasis then that would be  SAOTA – Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects. With sites that clammer for clever solutions and views that dominate any design decision this South African architectural studio embraces the site restraint, celebrates the dynamic vistas and creates a seamless indoor outdoor transition.  Sleek, contemporary with casual luxury. Victoria 73, Bantry Bay, Cape Town by interior design by SAOTA and OKHA Interiors.

KMP says:

What an amazing project!!…Love the planes that open to the ocean… the midcentury modern feel of the spaces …from the furniture to the wall paneling to the wood finishing is done in detail….very good….one of my favorite projects!

WyGal says:

I have to agree with the above commentor, its very good. I think the art looks horrible with the awesome furniture though. But I absolutely love the vibe they have going on with the open space, view, and overall architectural design! Thanks for sharing.

oregonbird says:

Next corporate get away I book, I'll give them a buzz.

mckay says:

Reminds me of the house in Rum Diary

NT says:

The word is "clamor" not "clammer."

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