ARRCC has recently completed the new Cheetah Plains game lodge, located in the Sabi Sand Game Reserve in the Kruger National Park, South Africa.
The designers have re-designed the traditional game lodge, and given it a modern update, that interacts with the outdoors.
The lodge is split up into multiple ‘houses’, providing guests with their own space to relax, rather than communal spaces with individual bedroom suites.
Natural materials, like wood, have been used to add an earthy touch, and complement the trees outside.
Many of the rooms open to outdoor spaces, like this dining area that has sliding glass walls on both sides.
Each of the individual ‘houses’ has its own dining area with a kitchen and a personal chef.
The lodge also has a pool with a sculptural canopy that provides shade. There’s also an area where guests can around an outdoor fireplace.
Glass walls that open create a true feeling of being outdoors, while cantilevered roof structures provide shade on the sunny days.
Photography by Adam Letch | Architecture: ARRCC – Project Team: Stefan Antoni, Jon Case, Wadew Nelsen, Emmanuelle Kuchocha, Luke Zanon, Kelly Titus, Tershia Raatz | Interior Decor: ARRCC – Project Team: Mark Rielly, Nina Sierra Rubia, Anna-Katharina Schoenberger, Tanisha Niell | Bespoke Furniture: OKHA – Project Team: Adam Court, Thomas Hinde
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