Inside and Out in Africa

DRY Design pulled apart the main lodge to create a sun-warmed breezeway.

Smaller, separate sleeping lodges, like their larger counterpart, showcase grassroofed verandas and native landscaping.

A wildlife viewing station and the main breezeway and veranda are among the compound’s many places for observing and enjoying the spectacular African Bushveld.

A wildlife viewing station and the main breezeway and veranda are among the compound’s many places for observing and enjoying the spectacular African Bushveld.

The main house’s breezeway and porte cochere and carefully placed windows throughout the compound crossventilate the interiors without wasting energy. Sustainably harvested Indonesian hardwood forms the window and door frames.

The main house’s breezeway and porte cochere and carefully placed windows throughout the compound crossventilate the interiors without wasting energy. Sustainably harvested Indonesian hardwood forms the window and door frames.

Thatched roofs, visible from inside and outside the house, root the project in the local vernacular while serving as a long-lasting, renewable building material.

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