Showing images available in: United States
GAP Gardens - Homepage
x

Select Required Country

 
 

House Camps Bay

Tactile materials and a striking modern palette temper the bold concrete shell of this Cape Town property.


Season:
Spring


Location:
Cape Town


Credits:
GAP Interiors/House and Leisure/TEXT Jackie Gray STYLING Jeanne Botes Photographs Micky Hoyle


Feature No:   2129 

Qty of Images:    26 

 



 
© All images subject to Copyright.
Images available for use by license only.

 
Synopsis
An undeniably contemporary yet welcoming home,’ is how interior architect Nina Sierra Rubia describes this standout property in Cape Town’s Camps Bay. A project undertaken by herself and Greg Scott of SITE Interior Design, it might have taken almost a year to complete, but the result – a cool industrial shell tempered by ‘an inviting, family-friendly skin’ of timber and other tactile materials – is nothing short of arresting. The owners of the then incomplete house approached Nina and Greg following a visit to the award-winning POD hotel (see HL Jan/Feb 2011), also in Camps Bay, which was a Site Interior Design project. They wanted their interiors to reflect a similar look to the boutique hotel, characterised largely by its use of raw materials, bold lines and minimalist flair.

 

 

 
CONNECT WITH US            
+44 (0)1376 573198
[email protected]
Sign-Up for Newsletter
 


  © GAP Interior Images Ltd, All Rights Reserved