LAND AND CULTURE
The anthropocene age has undermined our connection with nature.
FARMHOUSE58 restores that connection
reviving the grasslands,
living in harmony with animals
cherishing the miracle of water
and the elixer of breath.
The land is rich with culture. On the kopjes overlooking the Valley there are the ruins of Tshwana Iron Age Kingdoms estimated between 200 and 800 years old alongside the remains of early white settlements; with traces of conflict between competing inhabitants and adventurers.
We are informed by the culture, archeology and anthropology underpinning the universal values that have earned UNESCO World Heritage Status for the surrounding 47,000 hectares known as the Cradle of Humankind.