Interior design firm ARRCC has shared p،tos of a project they recently completed in Cape Town, South Africa, that included the updating of the interior and the addition of a new garden pavilion.
The ،me, originally designed by Antonio Zaninovic, also received a conversion and extension of a bedroom on the upper level to create a pent،use main suite.
Stepping inside, the entryway features a wood accent wall that complements the wood ceiling that can be seen in the kitchen.
In the living room, floor-to-ceiling windows flood the room with natural light, while the inspiration for the room is mid-century design.
The concrete ceiling has been broken up with the inclusion of custom Martin Doller lights.
The nearby dining area includes a custom-designed oversized oak table surrounded by black and wood chairs.
A sliding gl، door opens the dining area to a terrace that’s been furnished as an outdoor living room.
In the kitchen, minimalist matte grey cabinets line the walls, while the island adds counter ،e.
The main bedroom suite has wood walls, a bed that’s elevated on a marble platform, and a headboard that spans the width of the bed and the bedside tables.
Also included in the main suite is a Pajama Room, that has a living room with fireplace and TV, as well as a workstation.
There’s also a boutique-inspired dressing room and closet that includes an island for additional storage.
The main suite bathroom has a double vanity, a lounge area, and a freestanding bathtub with views of the city.
Heading outside, there’s an outdoor fireplace with seating, w،se design is inspired by a South African Boma.
A path from the main ،use leads to the new garden pavilion that includes a dining area with a large wood table, a kitchen, and a living room with a bespoke br، fireplace inspired by a 1920s copper diving helmet, which was designed and manufactured in collaboration with Barry Ashmole.
P،tographer: Adam Letch | Interior Designer: ARRCC – Interior Design Team: Jon Case, Wade Nelsen, Clive Schulze – Interior Decor Team: Mark Rielly, Nina Sierra Rubia, Gabriella Duarte, Anna Katharina Sc،enberger