Remember Jochen Zeitz? He’s the former CEO of Puma who now uses his millions to change opinions on climate change. He’s also a guy who fell in love with Africa and bought Segera, a Kenyan wildlife park that’s three times larger than Manhattan. Well, now he’s gone and collaborated with the owners of the exclusive outdoor furniture brand, Dedon, to create Segera’s ninth villa – the Nay Palad Bird Nest – made from farmed wood and tree branches that have been woven together by local African tribes.
The unique and elevated solar-powered safari lodge accommodates just one couple with an en-suite bedroom and a rooftop observation deck overlooking endless plains and a nearby river frequented by migrating animals.