Johannesburg, South Africa
Luc Zeghers Architects
The TEN BOMPAS is in the heart of the Sandton financial district in Johannesburg. It’s the GANDIABLASCO project in the biggest and most heavily populated city in South Africa.
It’s a boutique hotel designed by architecture firm Luc Zeghers Architects. An oasis of peace on the edge of the bustling Sandton district. The TEN BOMPAS has 10 individually decorated guest areas with spacious bedrooms, lounge, fireplace and terrace or garden in a quiet, peaceful setting. Each one has been created by a different designer, keeping the region’s ethnic African style with Edwardian as well as modern touches, in keeping with the tastes of its owner, Christoff van Staden. All the rooms feature ethnic objects and colour shades that evoke the African landscape.
The rooms open up onto the outside area via large picture windows leading out onto the hotel gardens and swimming pool, furnished with outdoor chaise longues from the iconic NA XEMENA outdoor furniture collection in anodised aluminium and anthracite. For the hotel garden, the designers chose the NA XEMENA outdoor sofa along with designer tables and poufs to create a perfect outdoor space for sheltering amongst green trees and shrubs.