Winelands Villa is situated in the Gentleman’s Estate at Val de Vie in the Paarl-Franschhoek Valley, a luxury smallholding concept along the banks of the Berg River offering views of the Drakenstein, Simonsberg, and Paarl Rock Mountains within a landscape of rehabilitated fynbos.
Cape Town, South Africa
SAOTA, ARRCC & Poliform’s exhibition LIGHT SPACE LIFE, part of the sixth edition of the architecture biennale exhibition titled Time Space Existence, organised and hosted by the European Cultural Centre in Venice, presents Cheetah Plains, an extraordinary project in the South African Lowveld.
Architecture & Design
Open to public
The GHAC x Jaguar Event took place this past week at SAOTA and ARRCC’s Beyond Villa. #GiveHerACrown is a remarkable cause dedicated to using storytelling and the arts as powerful tools in the fight against gender inequality and to promote female empowerment.
Adam Letch, Stephen Segal
SAOTA, ARRCC and OKHA presents their 2023 exhibition stand at Decorex Cape Town, a captivating event that brought together the finest names in the world of South African décor and design.
Paris Brummer Photography
This five-unit seafront apartment building, designed by SAOTA with interior architecture by ARRCC, is located in the southern suburbs of Athens at the gateway to the Athens Riviera. It overlooks the beach and the Aegean Sea with views towards Aegina and the distant hills of Poros, while the Hymettus Mountain rises behind it.
Vangelis Paterakis, Panagiotis Voumvakis
Casa Del Sole, the SAOTA designed Palm Jumeirah villa that sold for $82 million (R1.47 billion) is now the most expensive house ever sold in Dubai, Bloomberg reported.
Bellgave, a private residence in Los Angeles, is situated above Laurel Canyon Boulevard on a cul-de-sac in the Hollywood Hills. With its elevated position at the edge of a steep promontory, the site offers unobstructed panoramic views from downtown Los Angeles to Santa Monica.
Los Angeles, USA
Mike Kelley & Simon Berlyn
her+ perspective is a public participation project initiated in 2019 by a group of South African creatives focused on recovering notable contributions women+ have made to the built environment in the form of a growing digital timeline.
Kirsty Robinson SAOTA