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Cape On Viola
by Kim Williams Design

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    Cape On Viola by
    Kim Williams Design

    Levprop Pty Ltd, an investor company for 22 Cape Road Investments Pty Ltd, asked Kim Williams Design to again team with Enrica van der Linden Architects given their success with the Cape on Porterfield and Cape Dahlia projects. Using the Pure Innovation Design ID methodology, a unique suburban design concept relevant for the market emerged.

    Kim, familiar with Enrica’s architectural detailing and continuous search for the next level, highlights the character of the building colouring it in with tone and texture.

    About Kim Williams Design

    Kim Williams Design is a prominent interior creative studio with a mission to transform homes, property developments and commercial spaces. Our work has been recognised locally and globally including by the International Design Awards (IDA) and the Loeries. Our studio is where we create magic. With a team of interior designers and project managers we focus on bringing your project alive to achieve the outcome you desire.

    Our portfolio adds up to millions of Rands in retail value. We have worked across building and construction projects, alongside developers and architects for over 150 new apartments, 30 residential homes, 10 renovations of which 7 are developments and 2 are medical practices, with many more in the pipeline. These projects include a variation of interior architecture, design and finishing, space planning, as well as soft furnishing.

    Our work and Studio have been recognised in so many publications with beautiful features from Visi, to SA Homeowner Magazine, Decorex Design, Interior Institute of Interior Design, Sunday Times Lifestyle, Sky Magazine and so many more.


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