An Afro-Roman Palace Set between Water and Desert

Crossing the wide expanse of Chobe waters from Botswana to Chobe Water Villas in Namibia, all one sees is the row of A-frame peaks, like the zigzagged scales on a crocodile’s tail. Organic textures, desert sand and seed-pods capturing the essence of Namibia’s simple beauty. Stylish, chic, elegant, arty and many other adjectives apply. The attention to detail is noteworthy, furnishings, fixtures reflect a fine eye for design with an enviable artistic flair. So too the architecture.

SOURCES: IOL

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