Nature pervades the Benguela Cove House –the seamless flow of internal floors and ceilings out into external living spaces is mirrored by the fynbos planting which stalks the edges of the internal envelope, …
Adam Letch is a photographic graduate of the Michaelis School of Art (UCT), a former photography lecturer and head of department now specialising in producing photographic imagery of the built environment for a range of prestigious clients around the world.
I document buildings and interiors, utilising an artistic ‘lens’ to create a lasting impression. Architectural photography suits my working methods and temperament; with a focus on technique and spatial exploration, the aim is to produce exceptional imagery through meticulous composition, attention to detail, considered lines, textural contrasts and an acknowledgment of environment and context.
My work ultimately stands alone, providing the viewer with the experience of the building on an emotional, atmospheric or design perspective.
LOCATION: Cape Town, South Africa
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Located in the leafy suburb of Higgovale, set below the iconic Table Mountain, House Invermark overlooks the city and harbour of Cape Town. Forty seven years after receiving a medal for excellence, House Invermark has been awarded a prestigious Commendation from the Cape Institute for Architecture
Designed for a young family in the suburban area of Rondebosch, Cape Town, this house sits on an elongated site with views towards Devil’s Peak and The Back Table, which is the south-eastern edge of the iconic Table Mountain. The client’s brief called for a contemporary, open plan home that provides a relaxed lifestyle and takes advantage of the site and its views.
OVD525 – Bantry Bay House is a private home located in Cape Town. The steep mountainside site boasts un-disturbed views over Cape Town’s Atlantic Seaboard and Robben Island to the north and north-east.
The Clifton house is visually accessible from the street, rather than hiding behind perimeter walls and gates – and it aims to contribute to the streetscape (specific attention has been paid to landscaping design at sidewalk level), in relation to the sidewalks and to the height of existing adjacent houses.
The architects have been involved with previous projects on this tree-rich property, and were commissioned to design a small contemporary house to compliment the existing collection of buildings – spatially organised around a modern interpretation of the Cape Werf.