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A unique off-the-grid cabin near Tulbagh

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On full moon nights, the slatted ‘skylight’ above the bed creates a magical reflection. Laminate floor from Build It Wellington Paint and Hardware; Geodesic pendant lamp from Eagle Lighting; Boho throw and swing chair from The Beach Bums; lantern from Mr Price Home
On full moon nights, the slatted ‘skylight’ above the bed creates a magical reflection. Laminate floor from Build It Wellington Paint and Hardware; Geodesic pendant lamp from Eagle Lighting; Boho throw and swing chair from The Beach Bums; lantern from Mr Price Home

Photographs: Greg Cox and supplied

When the going gets tough, the Kotze-Normann family gets creative. Just look at this geodesic dome cabin on their farm La Bruyere, outside Tulbagh.

This was the project that kept them busy during the 2020 lockdown, a team effort from Danie Kotze and his wife Jenny Normann, their two adult sons Thor and Christopher, and their partners, Christine Johnston and Rosa Bishenden-Moon.

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