The House is located in an extraordinary location looking over a gorgeous expanse of pristine wooded coastline. A vertical collection of solid wood columns stretches from the considerably slanted ground to aid a string of elevated solid wood decks facing out toward the Indian Ocean.
A bunch of ceramic pitched rooftops evidently articulate the mass of each area. The uncovered roof composition emphasizes the solid Ndebele motivated transversal geometry increasing the dramatic views to the ocean. The internal pieces at the periphery to include a perimeter of exterior decks, blending the boundary between the interior and exterior.
The living area is emphasized as a single level, the roof slanted to create an area for suspended bed deck mezzanines, allowing for several permutations of sleeping arrangements. Simple adjustments in levels of the flooring and ceiling, guarantees that areas are perfectly characterized however have a solid top to bottom and side to side continuity.
The house establishes a one of a kind setting that blends abstract architectural concepts with the necessity for regular, day to day living.