A Fresnaye home in a class of its own
This glass-and-concrete house plays with your sensibilities from the outset
A family home on the Atlantic Seaboard
The luxe yet lived-in home of Craig Port and his partner, children and dog combines curated flair with family living
a family home by the sea
What was once planned to be a hedonistic bachelor pad has turned into a luxe yet lived-in family home on the Atlantic Seaboard
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
It’s easy to see why Jason Ray fell in love with this light-filled Clifton apartment. From the moment you step into the 70m2 space you’re hit by the crisp scent of briny ocean and the beautiful vistas beyond. But despite the pitch-perfect panoramas of the Atlantic Seaboard, this is no typical beach house: ‘There’s no
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
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
Of all the wild bits of Atlantic coastline running along the Cape Peninsula, the unspoilt stretch of Scarborough is perhaps the most idyllic. Surging milkwood forests border broad beaches, home to Cape clawless otters and crayfish, and frequented by happy bands of kite-surfers. The holiday house Ingrid and Mark Corbett bought there a year ago is only about half an hour from their home in Hout Bay. Yet Ingrid says when she and Mark, and their three young boys arrive at their stone-clad, light-filled cottage in the Scarborough fynbos, it feels as if they’re a million miles away from the city. Ingrid Corbett plays dominos w