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The antique wooden door creates an impressive entrance into the hallway of this two-story industrial building in South Africa, originally constructed in 1944.
Parts of the living area were orginally old store rooms in the factory so there is an abundence of open space. The owners decided to go for freestanding kitchen units and mix-and-match furniture to give the room an eclectic feel.
Cool and calm, the sleeping area is more pared-back than the rest of the house. The headboard is the back of the feature wall, and curtains can be drawn to create private space.
The wall of bottles behind the shower are set into concrete, while the other walls are cladded in stone.
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The bespoke washstand is made of concrete. Water flows from here into ornamental grasses outside which works as a natural filter. This water then feeds the rest of the garden.