20 August, 2019 | OKHA’s latest interior project, Clifton 301, is a seasonal two-bedroom apartment in a sophisticated contemporary complex.
Flanked on either side by Table Mountain’s Twelve Apostles, the apartment, designed by architects SAOTA, looks out over breath-taking panoramic views of the Cape Atlantic Ocean and is in equal parts luxurious getaway, relaxed coastal retreat and entertainer’s dream.
OKHA director Adam Court his team set about customising the apartment’s interiors to create a cool and restful space in contrast to the bright, sunlit exterior.
“We used subtle shades of green with delicate natural tonalities that reference the local landscape. Table Mountain’s famous granite, fynbos and dappled woods are evoked throughout the apartment in a rich, raw palette of natural timbers, stones and metals, which are contrasted with plush velvets and linens on the walls, floors and furniture coverings, resulting in what Court refers to as a contemporary quiet opulence,” says Adam Court.
“The palette is intentionally and carefully controlled and restrained to embrace the everchanging colours of the sunrise and sunset, which are the real centrepiece and art show.”
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