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A simple Tuscan home

Jonno takes up the challenge to design a 'farm-style' home for Fiona and John.
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Ideas for a mini lodge

Farmer's Weekly reader SB, seeks some advice from Jonno about ideas for his rondavel.
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Snug cottage with a view

Jonno designs a one-bedroom cottage with a stilted wooden structure and a thatched roof for Annalie
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More house space on a budget

I received emails from Vincent in KwaZulu-Natal and Thambo in the Transkei. Both have the same problem as most of us in South Africa: limited finances.
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Many rooms with a view

Jonno designs a holiday cabin with a rustic look.
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Ideas for a new home

I received an email from Farmer’s Weekly readers, Mel and Greig, requesting me to travel to Mooi River, 30km from where I stay, to discuss their new home. After exchanging many ideas, we decided that the styling would be typically American.
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House on a hilltop

I recently had a call from Farmer’s Weekly readers, Jack and Jill, the owners of a wildlife estate in the KwaZulu-Natal Midlands.
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Cute timber cottage

Organic farm owner, John and Sue from Mossel Bay want to build a small timber frame home for themselves and are looking for professional architectural advice on the design of the house.
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A simple rondavel

Luci and David want to build a a new rondavel with cement blocks under thatch. Find out what Jonno comes up with.
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'Peter Pan' house - a variation on a theme

Yolande fell in love with a 'Peter Pan' styled house she had seen in an issue of Farmer's Weekly. She asks Jonno if he can design a house similar to the one she had seen.
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