A Floating South African Cabin Borrows From the Landscape

A Floating South African Cabin Borrows From the Landscape

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By Graham Wood / Photos by Greg Cox
In a forested suburb of Cape Town, four cylinders make a tower-like hideout on a businessman’s family estate.

The Constantia Valley in Cape Town, South Africa, is the oldest wineland region in the country, with some of the vineyards dating back more than 300 years. The area is famous for its natural beauty, but it is also known for its concentration of historical Cape Dutch architecture.

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