With views of the beautiful Twelve Apostles in the background and the Atlantic Ocean a short distance away, this amazing apartment complex built by the architects at SAOTA is absolutely stunning. To get a better idea of what this project so special we have to take a look inside. This is one of the apartments, designed by OKHA.
The apartment building is located in Cape Town, South AfricaThe apartments have large open terraces oriented towards the ocean
It’s a summer apartment with two bedrooms, a spacious living area and a big terrace which takes full advantage of the views. The designers used a series of materials such as granite, timber, stone and metal which give out a raw vibe but are balanced out by the soft fabrics and neutral colors which results in a harmonious interior decor with lots of character.
The building was designed and built by architecture studio SAOTAThe combination of materials featured throughout the apartment is wonderfully balancedElegant wooden furniture is complemented by chic metal accentsThe terrace overlooks the Atlantic Ocean, offering panoramic views and letting in lots of sunlight
The designers went for a contemporary look which suggests quiet opulence, wanting to give the apartment a sophisticated aesthetic without going overboard with the finishes, colors or ornamentation. The artwork featured throughout the apartment is done by local artists, adding an ethnic vibe to the decor. Of course, the real focal points of the entire apartment are the panoramic views and the designers made sure to not overpower them in any way but rather to frame and enhance them.
The terrace is an extension of the indoor living area and the transition between these areas is really smoothThe kitchen and dining area are combined and part of an open plan social zoneSliding glass doors divide the indoor and outdoor spaces yet maintain the visual connection between themThe living room features a neutral color palette which is inspired by the surrounding landscapeThe interior design of the apartment puts a strong emphasis on the textures and the materials usedThe ocean views are also a big part of the two bedrooms and their inviting interior designsThe muted colors and soft textures create a very welcoming and relaxing ambianceThe apartment as a whole is sophisticated without seeming overly luxurious or opulent