Timeless Beauty and Quality.Entering this Peter Hattingh and Gunther Nissen architect designed Waterkloof home sunlight sloped a lattice of shadows across the wall at the front door, through unashamedly bare concrete, sculpturally arranged. The almost triple, towering height of the entrance hall catches your breath as a spectrum of colour streaks the wall through a magnificent Leo Theron stained glass window. The lower storey of the house has a dining area tiled with an expanse of warm Italian tiles reminiscent of teracotta, fronted by a vast double storey glass wall. A huge oak door slides back to reveal a spacious family room. Floor to ceiling panelling of oak cupboard doors opens up at an angle to reveal the kitchen. Oak and granite slabs- a theme repeated in the bathrooms throughout the house.Everything in the house appears to be calculated and thought out to the finest detail fitted with a copper roof that will last for ever. A house that lives well with a sense of space and time!