Surrounded by the best South African landscapes, the Kloof 119A House's masterful use of glazing ensures no view goes unseen. The most prominent feature is its inverted pyramid roof. Fitted with a clerestory window, the ceiling displays Table Mountain and Lion's Head for the main living areas on the uppermost level. Additional panels of floor-to-ceiling glass frame in scenery that includes Signal Hill and the mountains of the Boland. While there's no shortage of views from the interior, the most dramatic panorama comes from the poolside terrace that looks over the city of Cape Town and to the Winelands beyond.
Photos: Adam Letch & Mickey Hoyle / SAOTA