by | Jun 30, 2020 | Projects, Residential

People living in such an exclusive urbanisation as Los Monteros in Marbella demand the highest standards of living. Cape Reed delivered a luxurious wooden gazebo with an African Reed Roof that fits perfectly with the surrounding garden.

Cape Reed completed this garden architecture project to the highest standard in just over three weeks.

Whilst constructing this wooden structure, over 1,000 nuts and bolts were used with 200 radiata pine posts harvested from sustainable forests in South Africa, which were carefully selected and treated by autoclave.

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Wooden gazebo with African reed thatch roofing in Los Monteros, Marbella.

The thatch roofing required 5,000 bunches of reeds, 682 metres of rope and 120 metres of Cape Reed’s fireproofed material, creating the perfect finish.

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Interior of the gazebo with African reed that roofing.

No plants or trees in the client’s lush gardens were damaged during the construction process.

Elevated walkway with a wooden handrail and arbour with thatch roofing using African reed

Interior of the wooden gazebo with vaulted thatch roofing.

Cape Reed’s brief was to create a beautiful structure that would sit perfectly within the client’s tropical style garden, creating a wooden structure that would last a lifetime.