Window walls and voluminous glass define this ultra-modern new development on Chas Booth Avenue in Camps Bay. Transitioning between indoors and outdoors is a captivating adventure with indulgent homes that invite unobstructed views of mountain, sea, and sky from every room.
With a focus on sustainability, reducing and eliminating the impact of building materials on Cape Town's fragile environment is emphasized in the impressive design.
Neutral tones dominate the interior spaces for a striking, sleek aesthetic, with warmth achieved using natural materials like wood, stone, and granite.
Chic. Sophisticated. Stoic-6 Chas Booth embraces structural innovation in a way that is both romantic and progressive. This development is an example of attitude rather than design.
Inside, ergonomic spaces flow into each other. Underpinned by design values that venerate open spaces, energy flows freely, enabling you to navigate the interiors with ease.
A muted colour palette animated by soft lines, minimalism, natural materials, and natural light creates visual cohesion, at every turn soothing your senses.
Glass and steel add further intrigue, luminous in form to create optimum light filled spaces with sunny exposures for an ongoing feeling of spaciousness-vast and open as far as the eye can see.
The ultra-modern aesthetic jettisons excess, forging a clean path to an enlightened sanctuary of minimal existence without compromising luxury and comfort.
The cluster development offers 6 well-appointed homes apportioned in 2 blocks. The invitation here is to inhabit the various worlds-within-worlds, both at Chas Booth but also in Camps Bay itself-life becomes a pleasing arrangement of contrasting parts: natural and urban, tranquil and dynamic, lowkey and luxurious.
The avant-garde architecture inspired by living in an amphitheatre of sea and sky is a collaboration between Aevum Properties and Aevum Concepts & Design along with Wilh+co Architecture & Design. Here, vision becomes tangible reality through leading-edge creativity.