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Pared back simplicity of style and materials in Namibia


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I love the the simplicity of the colour palette and materials used to creat the peaceful haven that is this home in Windhoek, the capital of Namibia. Owned and designed by architect Leon Barnard, the home design features a seamless integration with the outdoors and a minimalist approach to furnishings. A truly elegant and understated home. Leon Barnard said this of the design: "I believe that our home should be exposed, it is possible to open it completely. This reflects our position in relation to life. Open and transparent. What you see is what you get."

 

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