This incredible luxury apartment design is created in 2012 by Antoni Associates. It is located in the exotic Cape Town, South Africa, which explains the marvelous skyline and incredible weather. Along with its chic style and coziness, the apartment has a very strong character, which makes it very easily distinguished. You can definitely sense that there is something very personal in every part of the interior design. As a double-level apartment, the Clifton view 7 can be expansive and can have separate rooms for everything, and that includes a cocktail bar, a cinema and a gym. The kitchen, the living room and the dining room can all be accessed from the expansive terrace which overlooks towards the Atlantic Ocean and the Twelve Apostles Mountain. The view is simply spectacular. These are only some of the extras that you will see in this heavenly beautiful interior.
Exceptional double-level luxury apartment
But where does this magical atmosphere in this luxury apartment coming from? Well, it streams from everywhere – the incredible flow between different furniture styles and decoration, the artwork, the wonderful views from the floor-to-ceiling windows and, of course, the amazing architecture. Actually you can enter the apartment from its upper level which is linked with the lower one through this stylish spiral staircase that you can see on the pictures.
Exquisite furnishing and impeccably incorporated decorative elements
You may think that this luxury apartment is entirely designed and furnished with the help of famous furniture and interior design studios, but on the contrary. The owners actually asked Antoni Associates to create a unique interior according to the owner’s taste and needs and really create something personal. The owners have chosen less famous brands, but nevertheless the quality of every furniture piece and element is just exceptional.
Beautiful skyline over the Atlantic Ocean
Incredible exterior furnishing
The expansive terrace of the Clifton View 7
The entire living area is interconnected
The different furniture styles
Creative artwork integrated into the interior