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The Johannesburg 1970′s house has been transformed successfully as a contemporary house design that offer its residents with luxury and unvanquishable comfort. It was an atrium and moat surrounding the hall and dining room which was imagined by the designerNico van der Meulen Architects, that then turn into this remarkable extensive house renovation.
Open space could be one thing that tell the whole story. A water curtain falls past a cut-out in the atrium wall, shaping a breakfast garden to the east of the kitchen. The double-height living and dining space open to a spacious lanai passing the entertaining zone into the garden.
Deluxe social interiors decorated with Tom Dixon spherical copper lamps were divided into activity zones, creating an open floor plan combining family and entertaining possibilities.
Color choice also resembles the luxury value of the house: rich rust and copper hues meet bright natural light in a spectacular space arrangement. These modern South-African interiors were designed by M Square Lifestyle Necessities, who also transformed the private spaces into inviting indoor/outdoor splendors.
Opening onto balconies and atriums, main bedrooms and bathrooms compete with the guest quarters, which lead out to the garden through frameless doors.
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