Michelina Adreucci

Redefining Interior Design With Zimbabwe In Mind

Traditional Zimbabwean houses consisted of a series of “huts”; each with their designated purposes and function. The traditional homestead comprised the parent’s matrimonial hut gota rema dzi mai  - or “mother’s hut”,  separate  hut(s)  gota, for each gender, girls quarters  and boys quarters - Gota re vasikana ne gota re vakomana, and a central cooking hut pamuzinda pe musha, which was also the meeting hut, situated in the centre of the communal meeting place.  

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