Kisawa Sanctuary is a resort where you find architectural solutions relying on natural materials. Bungalows here are crafted from salt water, sand, lots of fabric and some 3D components. Can you imagine that now it is possible to create such a residence? You have probably heard of 3D printed goods, or maybe, 3D printed motorcycles, but when it comes to a living space that has integrated one of the modern styles of the current century, the work hours put into the construction seem endless.
Kisawa Sanctuary with 3D Printed Resort Components on Benguerra Island
Benguerra in Mozambique is a calm corner on waters, where your main activities include exploration and fine dining in an exotic environment. The island has got a forest and beach with sand dunes. Moreover, Kisawa Sanctuary, soon will welcome the guests with 12 bungalows. Each of them include private beachfronts, outdoor kitchen, the massage room, swimming pool and open deck area.
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Besides, the most essential activities here you can attend four restaurants, 2 bars, tennis court and water sport territories. Nina Flohr and Bazaruto Center of Scientific Studies (a nonprofit local) came up with an idea to develop a special relaxation time territory. The aim has been to prevent causing harm to the ecosystem of the unobscured environment of Benguerra island in Mozambique. What is more interesting, the materials used for the bungalows were crafted in the Mozambiqan style of weaving, textile and carpentry methods etc. Natives and people from surrounding islands were involved to skillfully complete this phase of building.
The Culinary of the Island will be a Fresh Appliance to the Hunger
Ocean Musassa and Cove Musa are the cafe’s that offer a wide range of food choices that will satisfy your palate. Just lay back and enjoy the offerings of the day! South Indian flavors here mix well with the Mozambique cuisine, which results in an unforgettable taste. all of this can be done while getting the maximum of the sunset views of the territory.
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One of the dishes characteristic to the culinary offerings of the resort with 3D printed components is Pizza Tuk Tuk. Flush it down with a range of wines, which can be found in the wine room. The latter offers various special edition rare spirits, that includes worldwide fresh examples, as well as old beverages from local distillers. But if you have some special wines with you in your luggage they can be stored as long as you stay in the Kisawa Sanctuary.
The resort with 3D printed components has bungalows that include a living room which can be ranged further. Sit comfortably near the fireplace and enjoy the flickering of the flames. Along with the custom robata counter, the delicacies from the kitchen are at hand here too. Let the Chefs care for your nutrition in the bungalows. These kitchen professionals are available on call 24 to 7. Not far away, you can notice the forest and the beach of sand, which possesses a territory of 300 hectares.
The Bungalows of Kisawa Sanctuary Come in 1,2 and 3 Bedrooms
The total number of 12 bungalows has enough space within. One-bedroom bungalows have a living space of 150 square meters. hear the deck space possesses 630 sq. meters. The infinity pool with 54 square meters also includes an outdoor shower. Another one bedroom Bungalow in this resort with sand and water comes with an annex. If you visit the place with your children, the kids’ alone time is going to be highly entertaining. You can choose from a king bed or twin beds. the dressing room and a vast bathroom are in the package. The deck space covers 370 square meters.
The two bedroom bungalows, which are the next in the list, offer powder rooms – 2 for each. As you move forward the bespoke Interiors of the 3-bedroom bungalow will amaze you equally. It lies on the 2.5 acre plot and displays the day area, where you can sit under a shade and give a listen to the sound of the seashore.
A night’s stay in this exceptional Kisawa Sanctuary with 3d printed components will cost you approximately $5000.