A few kilometers from Maputo, in Mashawa, Doriano, an Italian who spent in Mozambique last 35 years, manages his industrial laundry.
Technology and manpower merge in a context of industrial archeology reminiscent of the Turin of the seventies.
Torino native Nunzio De Nigris felt in love with Africa in the early 1990’s when traveling around the region on photographic expeditions. In 2009 while driving down from South Africa to North of Mozambique, he first visited the “Poelela” Lagoon in Inharrime, in southern Mozambique on the shores of country coastal lakes. He invested in what was them a small project under construction which later became known as the “Lagoa Poelela Resort”, an unpretentious boutique hotel catering for discerning travellers looking to explore the beauty and wildness of Mozambique. Nunzio often design bespoke experiences according to each of his guests.