Designed by Stefan Antoni Olmesdahl Truen Architects, this contemporary, sea-facing apartment is not only unusual in design but has great views of the sea and the mountains behind Camps Bay, especially from its cobalt blue rim-flow pool that literally perches on the edge of the property. The sophisticated living room is oval in shape and these curves are reflected throughout the apartment, giving it a fluidity seldom found in compact spaces.
The easy flow of lines – from the oval dining table used to link the entry area with the luxuriously comfortable interior of the living room, through to the curved kitchen counters – give it an airy and spacious atmosphere. Neutral colourways are accented with mahogany and the entire scheme is calming and serene.
The front two en-suite bedrooms have expansive sea views and the third faces the garden and the ever-changing vistas of Lion’s Head and the mountains behind Camps Bay. The fourth bedroom is adjacent to the third bedroom, which also has a separate bathroom. The garden has a built-in barbeque area near the pool which is beautifully lit at night. This secure complex consists of four apartments, with parking for two cars underground and direct access into the foyer area.