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Modern and Elegant House with Open Spaces

By • Feb 9, 2018

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This ecological house has been designed by the architectural firm of Nico van der Meulen Architects in Inanda, Gauteng, a suburb of Johannesburg, in South Africa. It is a house full of natural light that has an area of ​​1,511 square meters, and where the first thing we see upon arrival is a steel sculpture of Regardt van der Meulen. It revolves on a podium next to the main door, which is built with glass, providing privacy.

View of the large furnished terrace
Modern and elegant living room with high ceilings

Upon entering the home, the transparency of the house becomes evident, with views of the multi-level room, the lounge, the spa, the pool and the garden, in addition to the two-volume family room, dining room, terrace, and kitchen. The whole living / kitchen / breakfast area is completely open, through the use of frameless doors, to the terrace and the garden.

TV area with concrete walls
Elegant living room overlooking the pool
Living-dining room in a very elegant modern style

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Pool area for relaxation
Internal area with glass walls
Comfortable lounge in earthy tones
Modern living room with fireplace
Sculpture

Sliding glass panels hide the bar and kitchen when not in use, creating a more intimate atmosphere, while a skylight-lit walkway between the master suite and the guest rooms allows for views of the spaces and the garden.

A recessed illuminated handrail forms a graphic line on the wall, while a concealed horizontal sliding door allows the owner to block the upper floor of the ground floor for safety.

Spacious and modern kitchen in minimalist style
Modern kitchen island with exterior views
Modern breakfast table in black
Elegant dining room in black
Spacious and modern room with bathroom
Room with seating and reading area
Modern bathroom full of personality
Bathroom with bathtub in white
Modern bathroom
Night view of the pool area
Night view of the exterior

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