The House Face for Nettleton 199 House | Have you ever imagined a fantastic view over the Atlantic Ocean to the west of the form 199 Nettleton House in Cape Town, South Africa. This house by the architect’s work merupaka SAOTA (Stefan Antoni Architects Olmesdahl Truen) and Okha Interiors.
Nettleton 199 Building entrance hall is a space, vertically and provides a dramatic counterpoint to the living room. This volume is modulated by a large area that has a two-level floor, and on the bedroom floor that floats into the room and hanging from the roof. This element, which has a gentle s-curve, contains the main bedroom and extra room that is separate from double volume living area with a set of walnut dramatic residence shutters.A upscale private overlooking Clifton. This building is a reinforced concrete structure is engineered with wide cantilevers achieved with post-tensioned beams.
Description form Architect about this Nettleton 199 House :
“The brief was to create a building that maximised the connection with the view and the sea, establish a garden that connected to the mountain side of the site and to minimise views over neighbouring buildings. The result is a building that provides a volumetrically dramatic and dynamic interior space on a grand scale and one that feels coupled to both the ocean and mountain elements. The luminous interior décor creates a soft and intimate counterpoint whilst not jeopardizing the dramatic and clean, geometric lines of the architecture. These contrasting décor and architectural elements harmoniously co-exist and work off each other to great effect. The canvas like slabs of pure white wall mold and delineate the interior spaces and also provide a consistent gallery feel throughout, as such art and sculpture play a pivotal role in personalizing the interior and act as an inspirational interactive catalyst between building, location and inhabitation”