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© Chinzombo Safari Camp Zambia

This beautiful simplistic yet, elegant African safari loge was redesigned and newly styled by award winning architects Silvio Rech and Lesley Carstens.  As a result the camp now consisting of the six stunning villas each with its own private pools. Furthermore one of the villas is a family suite with two bedrooms and two bathrooms, ideal for families or small groups. 

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© Chinzombo Safari Camp Zambia

The camp is set within 60 acres of private land with Luangwa River frontage; the views from its riverside location which teems with wildlife, plus the private, direct access into one of the most game rich areas of Luangwa National Park.

Chinzombo Camp only one hour from Mfuwe Airport, is the perfect place from which to explore the magnificent wilds of the Luangwa in style, luxury and exclusivity – all year round.

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© Villa at Chinzombo Safari Camp Zambia
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© Family Villa at Chinzombo Safari Camp Zambia
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© View From Private Villa's Bedroom Chinzombo Safari Camp Zambia
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© Private Villa Pool Chinzombo Safari Camp Zambia
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© Fire Pit at Chinzombo Safari Camp Zambia
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© View from Main Lodge Lounge Chinzombo Safari Camp Zambia
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© Bathroom View Chinzombo Safari Camp Zambia
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© Chinzombo Safari Camp Zambia
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© Villa Bedroom Chinzombo Safari Camp Zambia
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© Game Viewing From Chinzombo Safari Camp Zambia
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© Game Viewing From Chinzombo Safari Camp Zambia
https://www.normancarrsafaris.com/#!/camps/chinzombo

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These soft stuffed animals can be used as kids room decor or stuffed animal toys and are the perfect gift ideas for a baby shower.  These adorable baby and toddler toys were hand crochet by South African artists, custom sizes can be requested.  Contact us for quotes and lead times.  We ship internationally

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These wonderful images of Africa and its people, are perfect as wall art, in any home or office.  Meet Martin Osner, a multi-award winning artist, including voted the best contemporary international artist 2008 / 2009 by Arteque art volume 3 (Masters of Today) his photography is characterized by an urge to explore with the willingness to experiment.  His collection consists of ghostly abstract renditions, moody landscapes and social documentary imaging sold through his own signature gallery in Green Point, Cape Town. 

Born in Johannesburg, South Africa (1963), Martin Osner opened his first photographic studio in Johannesburg (1985) where he established a solid reputation as a professional photographer and artist. In 1993, he co-founded the National College of Photography, which today has become the premier photographic training institution in Southern Africa.  
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© Martin-Osner_African-Mood -1
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© Martin-Osner_Black-Fores-1
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© Martin-Osner_Endurance - 2
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© Martin-Osner_Homeward-bound
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© Martin-Osner_Medieval-City-1
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© Martin-Osner_Boundary-line-1
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© Martin-Osner_Classic-Cape-Town_Clifton-view
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© Martin-Osner_Classic-Cape-Town_Kalk-bay
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© Martin-Osner_Classic-Cape-Town_Oudekraal-View
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© Martin-Osner_Desolate-Splendour
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© Martin-Osner_Equilibrium
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©  Martin-Osner_Ghost-Town-1
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© Martin-Osner_Solitary-Collection

www.martinosner.com

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DHK GROUP –  and it’s six Executive Directors, namely Derick Henstra (Executive Chairman), Paul Krynauw, Peter Fehrsen, Anette Potgieter, Renske Haller and Peter Stokes. This group is responsible for several high-profile projects in Italy and South Africa; as well as numerous proj­ects throughout Africa, in countries including Mauritius, the Seychelles, Tanzania, Namibia, Botswana, Mozambique, Nigeria, Kenya and Ghana.

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South African Architects│DHK-GROUP 32
DHK Group has been responsible for several high-profile projects that have had a considerable impact within their urban contexts – and precisely because of their sensitivity to the sites on which they have been built.  When Cape Town’s former Dutch reformed Church Synod Hall was partially demolished, the city might have forever lost a significant part of its architectural history: yet that imposing building’s ‘memory has been preserved’ in the 15 on Orange Hotel that takes its place and in which key elements of the original structure were retained.
15 on ORANGE HOTEL
South African Architects│DHK-GROUP 33
For Derick, conservation is ‘very important’. Yet the buildings in question ‘have to work – we can’t just make museums; if you can’t find a function for an old building, it must make way for a new one’. In the case of conversions such as Mandela Rhodes Place and the Taj Cape Town hotel a melding of two historically important bank buildings with a third contemporary structure – the firm ‘has taken the old fabric of the city and given it a new lease on life’.   Source: House and Leisure Magazine
TAJ CAPE TOWN HOTEL
South African Architects│DHK-GROUP 34
NEDBANK RIDGESIDE UMHLANGA DURBAN
a 4 star green star rated office development
 
South African Architects│DHK-GROUP 35
WANGARI MAATHAI INSTITUTE OF PEACE AND ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
Professor Wangari Maathai the late Nobel laureate 2004,
South African Architects│DHK-GROUP 36
 
 LAGUANA PALACE HOTEL VENEZIA ITALY
 
South African Architects│DHK-GROUP 37
 
LIFE SCIENCE BLDG UNIVERSITY OF THE WESTERN CAPE
 
South African Architects│DHK-GROUP 38
 
 MELROSE ARCH JOHANNESBURG
 
South African Architects│DHK-GROUP 39
 
 VILLAGE WALK SANDTON JOHANNESBURG

South African Architects│DHK-GROUP 40
 
 

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