Description:I would like a mock up done for a safari resort. It should contain 8 lodges plus area for entertainment. A fire pit, Infinity edge swimming pool, Eating area for 16 people, parking for 2 vehicles, Kitchen, storage area, laundry. 50KWH Solar farm.
Wants:African Safari Lodge/Tent meets contemporary.
#2 Safari Resort by AO Vastukala
Natural and local materials were mainly used in construction and help seamlessly blend the organic architecture into the surrounding dryland forests. A rich palette of copper, brass, terrazzo, and textiles complement the materials. “The five-star lodge is designed to give visitors an intimate experience of Yala, celebrating the flora, fauna and culture of the area with minimal intrusion on the landscape.
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