Some often forgotten architectural sights to see in and around the picturesque town of Somerset West only 40 minutes outside of Cape Town proper.
The home at Vergelegen Wine Estate dates back over 300 years and provides the historical underpinning for architecture in the Helderberg Basin
Relaxed country style is all the vogue with genuine wooden shutters and pergolas for the vines
This barn style home was built in Schonenburg Estate in Somerset West and was designed by Beverley Hui Architects
This building was designed to compliment the existing historical cape Dutch architecture endemic to the region.
Waterkloof Restaurant was built more than a decade ago and was well before its time in daring engineering and sheer modern power
This sophisticated building graces the slopes of the Suburb "Spanish Farm" in somerset west and makes arhcitectural play with sweeping horizontal beams
One of the recently built medical facilities in the area, provides for many wealthy retirees to the region.
The estate of Hageland in Somerset West is known for some daring residential architecture using bold forms and contrasting materials.
This mall was completed in 2016 and marked a turning point for architecture in the small town.