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House Brunda-Cloete

Taking Bali as it's inspiration, this Hout Bay dwelling celebrates inside outside living, the owners' passion for travel and a lot of family fun.


South Africa

GAP Interiors/House and Leisure/Photographs & Styling: Micky Hoyle - Text: Vanessa Mcculloch

Feature No:   2370 

Qty of Images:    28 


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Some of our friends thought we were mad when we told them our plans for the house,’ says Nicole Brunda-Cloete of the Hout Bay, Cape Town, home she shares with her husband Herman and their three children – John-Paul (19),Jamaica (17) and Angelique (11) – three dogs and three cats. Rather than a single homestead, it is spread out almost like a village or an African kraal, interspersed with intimate courtyards and koi-filled ponds. There’s even a mini beach, with palm tree, deck chairs and Balinese umbrellas. As wildlife film-makers, Nicole and Herman’s office is wherever the job takes them. They viewed the Hout Bay plot during a brief stay in Cape Town while they were based in India filming the dolphins in the River Ganges. Although it was set up against the northern slopes of Table Mountain, the light and views were blotted out by sky-high blue gums. Undeterred, they bought it that very afternoon.



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