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Morukuru Ocean House By Design Anthology
“It’s privileged setting, and the challenge for Dutch owners Ed & Anka Zeeman and Johannesburg-based architect Nick Plewman was to “create” a luxury beach house that shows the utmost respect to the environment, say the Zeemans. The low-slung building, which is made of local sandstone, complements the surrounding landscape of proteas, heather and various geophytes. The man-made a natural blur further once the roof garden matures with the plants unearthed from the site. The interiors pay tribute to De Hoop’s natural palette of wood, stone, sand and shades of blue green, lilac and yellows, says interior designer Janine Butter.”
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By : Manon van der Veen | Pictures: Design Anthology