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To design a compact family home using Sthāpatya Veda design principles. Vedic architectural principles informed the direction and orientation of the home as well as the auspicious placement of the main entrance way for the positive influence of wealth and fulfillment. Materials chosen must be natural, non-toxic products suitable to the local climatic conditions.

Recycled materials provide character and ability to use products that have an imperfect roughness. The timber ‘shield’ protects the black Shadowclad from sun and wind.

Photography: Jim Janse

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To design a compact family home using Sthāpatya Veda design principles. Vedic architectural principles informed the direction and orientation of the home as well as the auspicious placement of the main entrance way for the positive influence of wealth and fulfillment. Materials chosen must be natural, non-toxic products suitable to the local climatic conditions.

Recycled materials provide character and ability to use products that have an imperfect roughness. The timber ‘shield’ protects the black Shadowclad from sun and wind.

Photography: Jim Janse

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Davy House

To design a compact family home using Sthāpatya Veda design principles. Vedic architectural principles informed the direction and orientation of the home as well as the auspicious placement of the main entrance way for the positive influence of wealth and fulfillment. Materials chosen must be natural, non-toxic products suitable to the local climatic conditions.

Recycled materials provide character and ability to use products that have an imperfect roughness. The timber ‘shield’ protects the black Shadowclad from sun and wind.

Photography: Jim Janse

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