Safari Lodges

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About the project
This is a hotel complex for private and breathtaking recreation amongst the wild nature of the South Africa. The designers intended to develop a module that would be in harmony with the nature and yet ensure functional and aesthetical comfort.
The weather conditions here are quite challenging, offering an assortment of wind gushes up to 120 km per hour strong, high levels of UV radiation, and a variety of local fauna. A safari lodge is a two-level independent prefabricated living unit for 2 people. For easier assembly and better sustainability the frame is made of wood, and the envelope from membrane materials.
Every module can accumulate solar energy and gather storm waters.

Limpopo, South Africa

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Applicant and authors of the project
WORS architects

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