We are pleased that our Coot Club project has featured in the December 2022/23 Summer issue of House and Leisure, South Africa.
The construction of our modular cabin for @mobilemaisonette.com is nearing completion. The 40sqm "Farmhouse Cabin" is located on a site in the Overberg. The design comprises of a living room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom on the ground floor and a large loft area which can sleep 4. The modular designs are eco-friendly and quick to install. Think Big Build Small.
Kritzinger Architects have submitted building plans to the City of Cape Town for a new double dwelling in Camps Bay, Cape Town. The site is located at the foot of Table Mountain, offering spectacular views over the Atlantic Ocean as well as Lions Head and the Twelve Apostles mountain range. Construction is expected to commence early 2023.
Our beach house project in Paternoster is underway and progressing well. Designed within a historically sensitive area governed by stringent design guidelines, the architecture aims to reflect the local vernacular. More posts coming soon
Our collection of boathouses for the Coot Club near Stanford is now complete. The boathouses are located on the edge of the Klein Rivier lagoon and are designed in an eco-friendly manner to touch the earth lightly and blend into the landscape.
A new five bedroom home in Constantia is currently under construction and progressing well. The site is located within an estate and borders the edge of a forest with views overlooking Table Mountain. Completion is programmed for early 2023.
Sunset view over Gordon's Bay from the living room of our recently completed home in Somerset West, near Cape Town. The new home is now fully furnished, so time to relax and enjoy the spectacular views overlooking the lovely garden with a cocktail in hand!
Our project at the Coot Club near Stanford is progressing well. The four lagoon-side dwelling units for part of a lifestyle development that is set within a private nature reserve along the shores of the Klein River Lagoon, near Stanford. Inspiration for the architecture is derived from the corrugated iron boat sheds found in the area, with particular reference to scale, form and the simplicity of materials. The Coot Club development will comprise of new accommodation units and the refurbishment of existing farm buildings on the site. Completion is expected in August this year,
Kritzinger Architects are delighted to have won a competition to design a new four bedroom home in Higgovale, Cape Town. The site is magnificent and blessed with a number of natural features such as large mature trees and rock formations which informed the design proposal. The aim of the design is to create a "pavilion" building set in the heart of a lush garden with North facing ocean views and South facing garden views. A pallet of natural materials such as timber, stone and raw concrete have been selected to complement the wooded character of the site.
Our practice has completed a new double dwelling in Oudekraal, Camps Bay, Cape Town for an Italian developer. Both units were sold this month to a European couple. They are delighted with the outcome of the project are now in the process of furnishing their new home!
Four sites at the Coot Club were handed over to the main contractor this month to begin work on the construction of four lagoon-side dwelling units set within a 464Ha private nature reserve near Stanford in the Western Cape. Kritzinger Architects have been appointed as Principal Agents to lead the Coot Club development which will comprise of new accommodation units, refurbishment of existing farm buildings and a new pool precinct.
Kritzinger Architects have begun concept design proposals for a new housing development in Higgovale, Cape Town. The development will comprise of 6 new town house units and the refurbishment of an old historic building.
Kritzinger Architects have handed over the recently completed 3 unit apartment building in Fresnaye, Cape Town with the first tenants moving in over December. The project entailed the complete refurbishment of an old existing building. The facades were re-proportioned and simplified to form a coherent whole and the interior completely gutted and reconfigured into a two story penthouse on the upper two floors, and three bedroom apartments on both the middle and ground floor levels.
Kritzinger Architects have submitted a concept design for a new 150m2 beachfront cottage in Paternoster, West Coast, South Africa. The design is in keeping with the humble local fisherman vernacular, where elements such as 'bakoond' fireplaces, flat roofs and small facade openings are celebrated.
We are delighted to have received planning permission for a lifestyle development set in a private reserve along the shores of the Klein River Lagoon, near Stanford. Inspiration for the architecture is derived from the corrugated iron boat sheds found in the area, with particular reference to scale, form and the simplicity of materials.
Kritzinger Architects are delighted to have been appointed to design a new home for a young family on a large plot in Sweet Valley, Cape Town. Concept design is underway, The intent is to break down the massing and scale of the proposed building form by designing a collection of pitched roof buildings that are held together by connecting flat roof terrace and walkway elements.
Practical Completion has been achieved on a new apartment building in Fresnaye, Cape Town. Handover is programmed for end of October 2021.