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wooded bliss
A simple house, a river at your door to take you to the sea: the perfect recipe for holidaying ever after. Relaxing on the tucked-away wooden deck overlooking the Piesang River, it’s hard to believe that you’re in the heart of Plettenberg Bay.

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Handmade in Africa
Winner of the Best Safari House in Africa 2014, Leobo Lodge in the Waterberg is a adobe-style marvel by Silvio Rech and Lesley Carstens that is redefining the fatigued bush lodge aesthetic, one extraordinary feature at a time.

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Modernist hearth
On Thursday 27 March at 6pm, OH Architecture will be hosting a tour of the house "Die Es" (the hearth), the family home that Gwen and Gabriel Fagan built in 1965, and still a relevant and arresting example of vernacular architecture.

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Innercity drool
The Townhouse in Maboneng is an über-chic man cave with the kind of modcons and furnishings that would satisfy Batman himself.


The Sustainable Middle Class project
The Swartland town of Riebeek-Kasteel is home to a shed covered with corrugated iron, the embodiment of artist Jacques Coetzer’s "Sustainable Middle Class project".

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Architecture for yoga
Named the second-biggest fitness trend of 2014, yoga has come a long way since India. People are calling it a lifestyle choice and, with centres like The Yoga Republic in Sandton also pushing architectural principles, we can see why.


Thinking inside the box 10: Designworkshop:SA
Designworkshop:SA shows that the possibilities presented by the container are almost endless and can completely transform the dynamic of city living.

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Thinking inside the box 9: Ink Design
By designing both an art gallery and a family home, Ink Design explores the vast possibilities of the container as a building material.

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