The striking design of this sustainable safari lodge evokes the Pangolin, a solitary creature from the African bush.
Michaelis Boyd together with local architect Nick Plewman, designed this Sandibe Okavango, a sustainable safari lodge located in Botswana.
The lodge was meant and manages to blend in the surrounding landscape even though it has a bold and dramatic structure. The interior design of the lodge is luxurious, it offers twelve guest suits and all the confort you might need.
The electricity is supplied by a solar panel farm and the construction is totally concrete free. The materials used in the construction of the lodge are mostly local. All in all, this project sustains local talents and economy, does not invade the natural beauty of the nature with improper construction materials for such a place and manages to keep the harmony between nature and man, at the same time providing him the required level of comfort.