Kloof Road House in Johannesburg, South Africa has been designed and envisioned by Nico van der Meulen Architects and M Square Lifestyle Design. The establishment has been realized for a large family that requested a strong outdoor-indoor connect whilst making the most out of its surroundings. The end result has been tailored to surge expansive views from every angle, every room in the house being matched with a mesmerizing perspective through the extensive use of glass windows. The home is a statement through its shape, distorting, disrupting the space around it through morphed steel shapes that wrap around the structure, providing unity in its black strength.
“The double volume living room and dining room, kitchen and lanai are situated in an open plan area and coherently merge into one another with a polished concrete floor extending to the lanai. Kloof Road House has four en suite bedrooms; two children’s bedrooms and a guest bedroom situated downstairs and the main bedroom suite located upstairs. A pajama-lounge and playroom is located upstairs and overlooks the double volume living spaces and kitchen, leading onto a large north-facing balcony that forms the roof of the lanai, offering views of the garden and other distant views. “
[Photography by David Ross and Barend Roberts]