Where the Elephants Roam: Sandibe Safari Lodge by Fox Browne and Michaelis Boyd

Tree branches became a handrail for one of two linked guest bungalows. Photography by Dook.

Canadian cedar shingles a guest bungalow at Botswana’s Sandibe Okavango Safari Lodge by Fox Browne Creative and Michaelis Boyd Associates with Nicholas Plewman Architects. Photography by Dook.

Teak chairs line up on the restaurant’s terrace. Photography by Dook.

The bar was made from 30 layers of lami­nated and painted marine plywood. Photography by Dook.

In the lounge, a table by John Vogel rests on a gold-flecked cowhide rug. Photography by Dook.

At the entry to the main lodge, LED strips illuminate the stairs. Photography by Dook.

Sinks in a guest bungalow are bronze. Photography by Dook.

Fig trees surround a bungalow. Photography by Dook.

In a corridor, pine from South Africa meets eucalyptus from Australia. Photography by Dook.

Lath forms the balus­trade of a walkway from the lounge to a platform for viewing wildlife. Photography by Dook.

Rugs for the library, tucked beneath the lounge, were custom-woven from New Zealand wool. Photography by Dook.

Decking in a Brazilian hardwood, massa­randuba, wraps a bungalow’s plunge pool. Photography by Dook.

A stool on a bungalow’s deck was carved by a tribe from Cameroon. Photography by Dook.

The sink vanity for a bungalow combines a top in Zambian hardwood and concrete with a steel base. Photography by Dook.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Dook.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Dook.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Dook.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Dook.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Dook.

ONLINE EXCLUSIVE. Photography by Dook.