Interior Nettleton 199 SAOTA and OCHA
Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl SAOTA-Truen architects and OCHA Interior Nettleton 199 drew home in Cape Town, South Africa.
“The letter was a building that magnified to create a link with the view and the sea, create a garden in the mountainous area of the site and opinions on nearby buildings and minimize,” says Greg Truen, partner of the project.
The site is located on the side of lion’s head and has fantastic views of the Atlantic Ocean to the West. The decision was to create a space of double volume to the top edge of the website, which could produce the Garden Court in the East, while also taking advantage of the views across the ocean to the West.
The entrance hall is a vertical space, and provides a dramatic counterpoint to the living quarters. The volume of this large room is rolling across the floor has two levels and is floating in the room upstairs bedroom and hanging from the roof. This item, which has a soft s-Kurve, contains the master bedroom and the other rooms are separated by a series of Persian Walnut from the living room with double volume.
“The building provides a dramatic and dynamic volumetric inside in a big way.” The purpose of the Interior was a counterpoint softer and intimate to create clear, while not endangering the geometric lines of the architecture. “These elements are harmoniously coexist and each other can work,” says Adam Court of OKHA.
Through the use of a large base of textures and surfaces, the decor feels organic, natural and subtle comfort is of the utmost importance at all times; the whole atmosphere is one of calm and serenity.