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FRANCO 5 N/YNHARDI CIV|L 012
FRANCOiS MYNHARDT C V
t 012 8A9
Specialists Unique Steel Designs incorporated metal, glass
and warm wood to create this celestial chandelier and flowing balustrade.
The use of antique gold and black coating and special paint techniques were
used sparingly so as not to overshadow the radiant interiors of the home.
An artists blend of creativity and ingenuity resulted in this inspiring ensemble
which highlights this area of the home adding another dimension to the soft
hues ofthe porcelain tiles.
Ji.riii:li:r Francois Mynhardt Civil is the mastermind behind the creatlon of this
glorious home which marks the African skies as an imposing structure. The
company was involved in every aspect of the development of the home, from
assisting the architect with the initial plans, through to project management,
building of the swimming pool, landscaping and irrigation. Francois Mynhardt
Civil ensured that only materials of the highest quality were used and
focused on implementing a subtle colour scheme which gives the home an
elegant, timeless look.
a complete turnkey service to the home owner, from
architectural planning to construction and development, Francois Mynhardt
Civil was behind the creation of this magnificent home. ln this stature the
home is an awe inspiring masterpiece, as different surfaces and innovative
architecture immediately capture you on approaching the house.
not only added value and
personality to this breathtaking home, but they have also
added love. After living in the home for only turo months, this
house now possesses a style of decor which is comforlable
and relaxed, with an emphasis on understated elegance. In achieving
this fabulous classical look, the home owner was inspired by her love
of beautiful fabrics and the latest floral ranges from various leading
fabric stores such as Home Fabrics, Chelsea Harbour and Osiers.
These elements were so impressive that she decided to re-upholster
her furniture and change the cuftains for the new home, Mostly
neutral colours were used, all of which were generously fused with
HE CURRENT HOME owners have