By Jo Borrill, Project Consultant Catherine de Vincenzo, Property Coordinator Judy Fogarty, Photographer Chris Baker
Symmetry, comfort and style are the words that immediately come to mind when describing this family home. “It’s difficult to find one area that I love most. I am very happy with all the spaces in the house and the way in which it flows,” the home owner says.
Situated on an estate in a popular KwaZulu-Natal resort town, the house was built with family and the view in mind. “This was a challenging site on which to design a house. The site was almost at 45 degrees, and there were very specific massing restrictions within which the structure had to be built,” the owner says.
The L-shaped plan was important, the architect adds. “As a result of the site not being rectilinear, the L shape means the living area is splayed out. This results in a very open-plan feeling, where you really feel the extent of the house as you come up the stairs into the living area.”
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