VICTORIA 73 BY SAOTA

 

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Location: Cape Town, South Africa

Year: 2005

Site Area: 720m²

Project Area: 857m²

Project Type: Single Residential


 


Architects: SAOTA

Project Team: Stefan Antoni, Philip Olmesdahl & Gina Leinberger

Collaborators: Interiors by ARRCC

Photography: SAOTA

Awards:

2009 CIA Cape Institute for Architecture


A sleek contemporary seaside villa set on a spur of land between Bantry Bay and Clifton this house epitomises elegance, luxury and great outdoor living.

SAOTA


All images Courtesy of SAOTA


SAOTA

Stefan Antoni, Philip Olmesdahl, Greg Truen, Phillippe Fouché, Mark Bullivant


SAOTA is a firm of architectural designers and technologists including in-house CGI and marketing teams, as well as a strong support staff. It is driven by the dynamic combination of Stefan Antoni, Philip Olmesdahl, Greg Truen, Phillippe Fouché and Mark Bullivant who share a potent vision easily distinguished in their design. This, paired with both an innovative and dedicated approach to the execution of projects, has seen SAOTA become internationally sought-after, receiving numerous awards and commendations from some of the most respected institutions worldwide. Capitalising on a unique understanding of an ever-evolving industry, SAOTA continues to build on past experiences and is well positioned to offer expert services to the corporate, institutional, commercial and residential marketplace. With roots in South Africa, SAOTA now has an international footprint with projects on five continents.

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