Saota’s First Crescent House in Campus Bay

Saota's First Crescent House in Campus Bay
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Minimalist and simple in design, the First Crescent House by Saota leaves you speechless. It seems to perfectly coexist with the surrounding nature (it is located in Campus Bay, South Africa), as the barriers between the outside and the indoor areas appear to gradually vanish. Lovely architecture, lovely design and amazing views.

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