Family ties
A nondescript Green Point house gets dramatically updated into an open-plan family home with unrivalled views
life on the bright side
This Atlantic Seaboard apartment is a trove of design treasures and a celebration of colourful creativity
Dreaming on the West Coast
The understated elegance of this lagoon holiday house makes for a glorious getaway
A Sea-Facing Sanctuary in Scarborough
This Nordic-style house is magically situated on idyllic terrain
a lesson in laid-back chic
Inside the Durban home of Top Chef and Entrepreneur, Neil Roake
If you are a fan of Neil Roake’s cookbooks or have frequented his restaurants, stayed in his hotel or visited The Space stores, you may have some sense of his style: quirky with a clear sense of humour that makes it as fun as it is fashionable. His home confirms that none of that impression is contrived, filled as it is with c
at the meeting place of land and sea
This private villa in the seaside town of De Kelders is at one with its natural surrounds
All the colours of the rainbow
A bright holiday retreat in Scarborough blends harmoniously with its idyllic surrounds
the whitewashed house by the sea
A design overhaul has revealed a Simon’s Town home's true potential
Barefoot Living in the Caribbean
This seaside retreat in St Barts is the epitome of halcyon summer days
West Coast Seaside Sanctuary
This Churchhaven family home embodies an idyllic vision of life by the sea
In the generally arid landscape of the coast that runs north from Cape Town, Langebaan lagoon is a surprising blue bombshell. The pride of the West Coast National Park, this vast sweep of calm blue water, enclosed by curving arches of soft green fynbos, is home to flamingos, while on its shores, eland, springbuck, zebra and bat-eared foxes can be seen frolicking in the daisies on the park’s famous Postberg Reserve when it opens each spring. Down south, on the edge of the water, lies a group of privately owned houses. This little patch of the park known as Churchhaven is one of the Cape’s best kept secrets. Originally t