House Uys in Pretoria, South Africa. This is a single storey home built in a farming estate and located with views over the neighboring golf course, enjoying the best of both worlds. A steel I-beam and wood structure, reminiscent of an elongated spine, frames the western facade from the street, while leading the eye to the front door. Completed 2010 by Mathews and Associates Architects. Photo courtesy of Wenzel Kotze.

mathews and associates architects

House Uys in Pretoria, South Africa. This is a single storey home built in a farming estate and located with views over the neighboring golf course, enjoying the best of both worlds. A steel I-beam and wood structure, reminiscent of an elongated spine, frames the western facade from the street, while leading the eye to the front door. Completed 2010 by Mathews and Associates Architects. Photo courtesy of Pieter Mathews.

House Uys in Pretoria, South Africa. This is a single storey home built in a…

House Uys in Pretoria, South Africa. This is a single storey home built in a farming estate and located with views over the neighboring golf course, enjoying the best of both worlds. A steel I-beam and wood structure, reminiscent of an elongated spine, frames the western facade from the street, while leading the eye to the front door. Completed 2010 by Mathews and Associates Architects. Photo courtesy of Wenzel Kotze.

House Uys in Pretoria, South Africa. This is a single storey home built in a…

House Basson, in Pretoria, South Africa. This home is nestled on a hill in a Nature Reserve. The sloping site has a dual character, opening up to the views in the north while becoming more intimate and personal as you move southwards towards the nature reserve’s green belt. Therefore the house has been positioned as high as possible and bordering on the green belt to make maximum use of the site’s views and natural location. Completed, 2012, Mathews and Associates Architects. Photo by MAAA

House Basson, in Pretoria, South Africa. This home is nestled on a hill in a…

House van der Westhuizen 2 in Pretoria, South Africa is a modern redbrick “farmhouse” built in an agricultural estate. Turning its back on the two parallel streets running on either side of the site, the house becomes a contemporary courtyard house. Focused living and entertaining open up into the central courtyard. Completed in 2009 by Mathews and Associates Architects. Photographed by Pieter Mathews.

mathews and associates architects

House Uys in Pretoria, South Africa. This is a single storey home built in a farming estate and located with views over the neighboring golf course, enjoying the best of both worlds. A steel I-beam and wood structure, reminiscent of an elongated spine, frames the western facade from the street, while leading the eye to the front door. Completed 2010 by Mathews and Associates Architects. Photo courtesy of Pieter Mathews. Sculpture by Sybrand Wiechers.

mathews and associates architects

House Uys in Pretoria, South Africa. This is a single storey home built in a farming estate and located with views over the neighboring golf course, enjoying the best of both worlds. A steel I-beam and wood structure, reminiscent of an elongated spine, frames the western facade from the street, while leading the eye to the front door. Completed 2010 by Mathews and Associates Architects. Photo courtesy of Wenzel Kotze.

House Uys in Pretoria, South Africa. This is a single storey home built in a…

House Basson, in Pretoria, South Africa.This home is nestled on a hill in a Nature Reserve.The sloping site has a dual character, opening up to the views in the north while becoming more intimate and personal as you move southwards towards the nature reserve’s green belt.Therefore the house has been positioned as high as possible and bordering on the green belt to make maximum use of the site’s views and natural location.Completed,2012,Mathews and Associates Architects.Photo by Phillip du…

mathews and associates architects

House Basson, in Pretoria, South Africa.This home is nestled on a hill in a Nature Reserve. The sloping site has a dual character, opening up to the views in the north while becoming more intimate and personal as you move southwards towards the nature reserve’s green belt.Therefore the house has been positioned as high as possible and bordering on the green belt to make maximum use of the site’s views and natural location. Completed, 2012,Mathews and Associates Architects.Photo by Wenzel…

mathews and associates architects

House Basson, in Pretoria, South Africa.This home is nestled on a hill in a Nature Reserve. The sloping site has a dual character, opening up to the views in the north while becoming more intimate and personal as you move southwards towards the nature reserve’s green belt.Therefore the house has been positioned as high as possible and bordering on the green belt to make maximum use of the site’s views and natural location. Completed, 2012,Mathews and Associates Architects.Photo by Wenzel…

mathews and associates architects

House Uys in Pretoria, South Africa. This is a single storey home built in a farming estate and located with views over the neighboring golf course, enjoying the best of both worlds. A steel I-beam and wood structure, reminiscent of an elongated spine, frames the western facade from the street, while leading the eye to the front door. Completed 2010 by Mathews and Associates Architects. Photo courtesy of Pieter Mathews.

mathews and associates architects

House Taylor, designed for well known sculptor in Pretoria, South Africa. Through the novel use of windows and skylights as design features, the home also functions as a gallery for the client’s own work and art collection. The client was directly involved with the construction. As a result, the finishes and materials used are bold, raw and innovative, creating a home ideally suited to the client’s own sculptural creations. Completed in 2008. Photos by Rina Stutzer, Jonathan O’Connell, MAAA.

House Taylor, designed for well known sculptor in Pretoria, South Africa. Through the novel use of windows and skylights as design features, the home also functions as a gallery for the client’s own work and art collection. The client was directly involved with the construction. As a result, the finishes and materials used are bold, raw and innovative, creating a home ideally suited to the client’s own sculptural creations. Completed in 2008. Photos by Rina Stutzer, Jonathan O’Connell, MAAA.

House Basson, in Pretoria, South Africa.This home is nestled on a hill in a Nature Reserve. The sloping site has a dual character, opening up to the views in the north while becoming more intimate and personal as you move southwards towards the nature reserve’s green belt.Therefore the house has been positioned as high as possible and bordering on the green belt to make maximum use of the site’s views and natural location. Completed, 2012,Mathews and Associates Architects.Photo by Wenzel…

mathews and associates architects

House Basson, in Pretoria, South Africa. This home is nestled on a hill in a Nature Reserve. The sloping site has a dual character, opening up to the views in the north while becoming more intimate and personal as you move southwards towards the nature reserve’s green belt. Therefore the house has been positioned as high as possible and bordering on the green belt to make maximum use of the site’s views and natural location. Completed, 2012, Mathews and Associates Architects. Photo by MAAA

mathews and associates architects

House Basson, in Pretoria, South Africa. This home is nestled on a hill in a Nature Reserve. The sloping site has a dual character, opening up to the views in the north while becoming more intimate and personal as you move southwards towards the nature reserve’s green belt. Therefore the house has been positioned as high as possible and bordering on the green belt to make maximum use of the site’s views and natural location. Completed, 2012, Mathews and Associates Architects. Photo by MAAA

mathews and associates architects

House van der Westhuizen 2 in Pretoria, South Africa is a modern redbrick “farmhouse” built in an agricultural estate. Turning its back on the two parallel streets running on either side of the site, the house becomes a contemporary courtyard house. Focused living and entertaining open up into the central courtyard. Completed in 2009 by Mathews and Associates Architects. Photographed by Pieter Mathews.

mathews and associates architects

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