Architect and Builder Magazine South Africa Feb/Mar 2018 - Page 71

SITE PLAN same place, seemingly creating a vanishing point which acts as a transition into the interior space. The same transition is experienced from the interior spaces looking out. The cranked northern fa├žade, featuring contrasting natural stone and glazed boxes, adds dynamism to this edge. The geometry of both buildings differs but is unified Oxford & Glenhove as a compound through the utilisation of similar materials and design language. The sum of the parts of this development act as a composition in the landscape, unifying both inward looking and outward looking environments that are experienced visually and experientially by the human scale. 71