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Lake Manyara Serena Safari Lodge

architecture

Manyara, Tanzania

The 67 number rooms built form is curving, free flowing, graceful, spiraling and serene in shape, built in traditional circular style with interiors of which reflect the surrounding environment

Project Scope:

Architectural and Interior Design

Project Year:

1996

Lake Manyara Serena Safari Lodge

architecture

Manyara, Tanzania

The 67 number rooms built form is curving, free flowing, graceful, spiraling and serene in shape, built in traditional circular style with interiors of which reflect the surrounding environment

Project Scope:

Architectural and Interior Design

Project Year:

1996

Lodge Project

Standing high on the edge of the ‘Mto Wa Mbu’ escarpment overlooking the Great Rift Valley and the Lake Manyara National Park with panoramic views over the glittering alkaline waters of Lake Manyara, the lodge is grouped around a central ‘vanishing horizon’ pool.
The 67 number rooms built form is curving, free flowing, graceful, spiraling and serene in shape, built in traditional circular style with interiors of which reflect the surrounding environment. The pool lies perched on the very edge of the cliffs, with stunning views of Lake Manyara National Park. Dotted around the grounds are a series of circular two-storey ‘rondavels’, which house the rooms.

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