The concept behind the new outdoor space at Rosemary Hill was to create a mirror of the Eucalyptus forest to the north, through the use of staggered, round columns, diffused light, and the texture of wood. Lunawood was a perfect choice for this due to its light weight, durability, and range of profiles. Sustainable Lunawood Thermowood is a structural element, but also helps with shading, creating dappled light underneath the canopy.
|Architect||Nico Van Loggerenberg|
|Location||Pretoria, South Africa|
|Architect||Miguel Ribeiro Arquitetos|