The CEO of an international company specialising in new technologies applied his research skills to great effect in the design of his home in the luxurious Waterfall Estate. He combined wood, stone, linens and wallpapers to create a sensual feast of textures. Ample light and subtle use of colour balance the eclectic use of materials and add elegance.

Each element was carefully selected. He combined natural and sustainable products that add to the comfort and beauty of his home and are guaranteed to retain their quality well into the future.

He was interested in uPVC windows, which are used as a standard in Europe, for their high insulation value and durability. However, he was concerned that they would discolour in the South African sun. His fears were quickly allayed when he met the Teva Windows team. The uPVC window and door specialists use a formulation specifically developed for the South African climate. This type of window has been installed on a number of properties in South Africa over the past 30 years and they still look perfect. High-quality internal mechanisms mean that opening, closing, sliding and locking actions are all simple and efficient, bringing a sense of ease to the family’s daily life.

Teva assisted the CEO with the best window and door design for optimal light, visual appeal and energy efficiency. The large sliding doors and windows proved the perfect complement for the restrained opulence of this unique residence.