Llandudno Beach House Renovation by Hanno de Swardt of Onnah Design

Kim J. Clark

Words and phrases Gina Dionisio Shots Mathew Van Niekerk

For the renovation of this beach residence, architectural designer Hanno de Swardt of Onnah Layout made use of texture and colour to give this outdated Llandudno villa a new lease on everyday living.

“My purchasers required to maximise the look at from this plot so our style and design transient for this project was all about rising the out of doors enjoyment areas and offering the interior of the dwelling a substantially-wanted update,” claims architectural designer Hanno de Swardt.

While the major home remained intact, the outside desired some key structural interventions. Hanno lifted the preceding lawn stage by nearly 750mm via the use of terraced terraforce blocks. “This allowed the inside to move easily to the outside the house, and saved the garden and pool all on one particular stage. By increasing the lawn level we truly minimized the volume of excavation needed for the pool, which benefited the last funds,” he states.

Llandudno beach house
A set of actions ended up made linking this deck with the pool deck below, flanked by a plinth with a sculpture, forming a eye catching focal stage in the area.

“The fairly restrictive and sloping web page posed the major problem for the whole staff,” states Hanno. A retaining perimeter wall with an agricultural drain experienced to be introduced on the sloping aspect of the yard in get to create the lifted deck and out of doors lounge. An present deck flowing off the eating home was also changed and extended into the yard by almost 1500mm. This was accomplished by cantilevering the extension in purchase to develop a “floating effect”.

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Hanno launched pops of color during the household to swap the previously bland all white interior and exterior. “The clients had a deep rooted love for Africa, especially Kenya and Cape City, which had been the most important source of inspiration for the interior. The context of the magnificent setting, overlooking the Atlantic Ocean, was also acknowledged as a result of the use of many nautical decor pieces,” he describes.

In the eating area there are a cool blend of colours, textures and reflective surfaces. “The circular and organic and natural styles are in distinction with the rectangular desk and architectural envelope and it introduces a softer, peaceful and extra casual glance,” claims Hanno. The celebration of colour extends into the corridor leading off the eating location which is painted in an eye-catching blue. “What a variance a minor little bit of color can make to a place. And artwork. And lights. It is all similar. And all applicable. And indeed, even a corridor can (and really should) be fantastic,” he states.

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The key bed room attributes a yellow wall dressed up with two old rowing oars. “It provides the house a wonderful nautical really feel and instantly relates to the gorgeous ocean perspective outside. By painting the ceilings white the area is reworked into a tranquil, light-weight and vivid haven” explains Hanno.

Llandudno beach house
The “pajama lounge” attributes a prosperous mixture of leather, sisal rugs and a grass table and lampshade offset towards a darkish feature wall (not pictured). A cluster of sunlight hats makes for a exciting wall art installation above a helpful storage upper body.

There are two lounge areas which circulation very easily and open up to the backyard garden with sights of the ocean over and above. Equally the sunken lounge and the ‘pajama lounge’ ooze laidback model and ease and comfort. “The mixture of colour and textures listed here, and through the property, replicate the client’s personal type,” suggests Hanno.

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