Vineyard house was designed by Jan-Heyn Vorster architect, offers vineyards and scenery Groot Constantia, South Africa’s oldest vineyards, which did the trick for Victoria and Matt Bresler. It is very interconnected between indoor and outdoor, the house has been designed naturally to open fully even the bathroom. I love all the beautiful oak wood is used and refers to a medieval style. They fall in love with vines and they also want a relaxed modern home with stunning views of utilizing accommodation, and adapted to Victoria, Matt and three of their children.
We always want to build in the basic materials such as wood, concrete, stone and glass, said Victoria. Open shelf solution separates the kitchen from the dining room and living room, creating a nice flow between rooms, while consistently using oak gives a neat and warm expression. All the furniture is from local producers in South Africa.
The absence of closed wall provide a review and contribute to a bigger home experience. Ollie enjoys views of the garden on wheels, with Donna McKellars painting hanging in the background.
The bathroom is open allowing you to enjoy a foaming bath in the open.
House designed has got façade lined with sliding glass doors, so families can easily extend the rooms out on the covered patio. A rug under the furniture makes a nice addition, one of the many unique trees have been planted on the property.
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source: Bo Bedre