Antonio Zaninovic’s spectacular concrete Cape Town villa offers magnificent views over Bantry Bay

Posted in Architecture
By Sam Bathe on 9 Apr 2015



Using planked concrete to create a striking open plan space with an even better view, Chilean architect Antonio Zaninovic‘s Bantry Bay House overlooks Cape Town’s stunning city bay. Warming the living space with natural furnishings and wooden floors, glass walls on all sides make the house feel light and spacious, but it’s the infinity pool on the terrace that is the Bantry Bay House’s jewel in the crown. Making the house feel like part of the city even though it sits above it, the pool is the perfect space to relax and unwind or party.




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