INSPIRED DESIGN

INSPIRED DESIGN

The architects sought to pay respect to the natural beauty of the site while providing luxurious living. Bold,  sweeping lines hint at a nautical theme. Sleek forms  combined with a material palette of concrete, timber and glass provides an elegant, yet contemporary addition to  the old town of Hout Bay. Exuding luxury, each  apartment offers a spectacular view over the valley to the  north, Little Lions Head to the west, and the Atlantic Ocean and the bay to the South West.

THE DESIGN

Sacha consists of 16 exclusive apartments with a public interface spilling onto the street. Pedestrian access is gained here, with a small retail opportunity open to the public. To accommodate parking, the building is raised two storeys above ground level, creating a shared podium level with a pool and deck, inviting residents to mingle, basking in the sun and embracing the marvelous view. Additionally, the top most floor functions as a shared roof terrace and viewing deck with barbecue facilities, el fresco dining, shaded lounging area, cloakrooms and protection from the elements.

THE FEATURES

The apartments include two two-bedroom, three one-bedroom and ten three-bedroom units, as well as the impressive penthouse suite. It was crucial to find a balance between the practical aspects of everyday living and an aesthetically pleasing structure contributing to the fabric of the old town. The spatial planning  accommodates a variety of layouts to suit the occupants’ needs – all bedrooms offer en-suite bathrooms, have two parking bays, fibre, DSTV, and temperature control  systems to provide the utmost comfort. Other amenities include a concierge desk, bicycle store, an outdoor shower, and a garden store for those who want to grow their own flowers and herbs along the mountainside on the east.

THE FEATURES

The apartments include two two-bedroom, three one-bedroom and ten three-bedroom units, as well as the impressive penthouse suite. It was crucial to find a balance between the practical aspects of everyday living and an aesthetically pleasing structure contributing to the fabric of the old town. The spatial planning  accommodates a variety of layouts to suit the occupants’ needs – all bedrooms offer en-suite bathrooms, have two parking bays, fibre, DSTV, and temperature control  systems to provide the utmost comfort. Other amenities include a concierge desk, bicycle store, an outdoor shower, and a garden store for those who want to grow their own flowers and herbs along the mountainside on the east.

THE INTERIOR

Every aspect of the design has received utmost care and attention to detail. Visual and tactile experience has been considered. Soft, sensual lines of the bulkheads, reminiscent of the nautical theme, contrast the robust, exposed concrete finishes. This is complimented with the warmth of natural timber to provide an overall sense of comfort and style.

OPEN-PLAN INTERIORS INCORPORATING THE BEAUTIFUL VIEWS

What’s in a name?

Ricky Fertig, the developer, has been intimately involved with the design and development of this project. Ricky chose to pay homage to his late brother, Sacha by naming this beautiful building after him.

In remembrance of Sacha Fertig – 5 June 1974 – 4 October 1996

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