The relationship between architecture and the environment is a complex interaction of site, technology, climate, building materials and the home owner and this affinity is gradually assuming more importance as we move towards a defined alliance with nature.

The emphasis worldwide is towards 'sustainable design’ and architects and town planners are working together to assess the impact of buildings on the site’s environment. As such, the language of Architecture at Lake Brenton is a direct response to the planning and development conditions defined by the Town Planning Code of the Local Authority.

The architectural style retains its rural character and is designed to blend into the natural landscape. A lightweight structural system, narrow spans and articulated form provide for architecture that responds to the principal of sustainable development whilst exploring architectural form that is a fresh, progressive take on the traditional Knysna Cabin. Owners can personalise the interior from a palette of natural colours and quality finishes, thus allowing for individual taste and creativity.

Architectural Guidelines

Site Development Plan

Plot Price Schedule

Levy Proposal

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