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  1. Refilwe Urban Upgrade, small business node. City Of Tshwane

    The Refilwe nodal transformation forms part of an urban network of upgrades supported by theNeighbourhood Development Partnerships Grant, National Treasury, in the Metsweding area, City ofTshwane. A small, humble urban intervention, this upgrade is an example of a local communitytaking great pride in the renewal of public space.

  2. House Willemse. Cape Town, Western Cape

    The development comprised a house, art gallery, artist studios and a cottage, spread over 3 erven.The aim of the project was to stay within the Riebeek Kasteel vernacular of strong simple volumeswith wide verandahs and high volumes to deal with the hot and dry climate. A minimalist palate ofbrick, stone and corrugated sheet cladding was used.

  3. Restoration and Refurbishment of the National Council of Provinces,Parliament

    The project entails a comprehensive refurbishment and repair of the NCOP building, including HVAC,electrical & electronic installations. The National Council of Provinces site (NCOP) exhibits a virtuewhich is seldom found among historical places in South Africa, it is reflected in the inherentconnectivity between the site and the history of the country. This connectivity is a relationship whichspans from the arrival of van Riebeeck to present day democracy. More importantly, the story of thesite is an ongoing narrative, as it continues to play a significant role in the journey of the rainbownation and thereby contribute to the story of South Africa.

    Öffentliche und private Verwaltungsgebäude
  4. Scottsdene Integrated Housing, Building for Urban Change

    Urban and social sustainability are of great concern because they have been virtuallyignored in current programmes and designs to re-imagine housing for the City of Cape Town. Forurban development and housing could become the catalysts for an end to poverty, exploitation,segregation, inadequate housing, congestions, ugliness and homelessness within the city.