Afrikaans Hoër Seunskool – New Music Centre, Pretoria. New facilities for the music department were required. Classrooms, individual practice rooms, offices and an orchestra & choir room were added between the existing school hall and railway lines. The challenging site led to an intricately connected design with corridors and courtyards. The new architecture makes use of the same building materials as the existing school buildings, but articulated in a contemporary, graphic language

Afrikaans Hoër Seunskool – New Music Centre, Pretoria. New facilities for the music department were required. Classrooms, individual practice rooms, offices and an orchestra & choir room were added between the existing school hall and railway lines. The challenging site led to an intricately connected design with corridors and courtyards. The new architecture makes use of the same building materials as the existing school buildings, but articulated in a contemporary, graphic language

Afrikaans Hoër Seunskool – New Music Centre, Pretoria. New facilities for the music department were required. Classrooms, individual practice rooms, offices and an orchestra & choir room were added between the existing school hall and railway lines. The challenging site led to an intricately connected design with corridors and courtyards. The new architecture makes use of the same building materials as the existing school buildings, but articulated in a contemporary, graphic language

Afrikaans Hoër Seunskool – New Music Centre, Pretoria. New facilities for the music department were required. Classrooms, individual practice rooms, offices and an orchestra & choir room were added between the existing school hall and railway lines. The challenging site led to an intricately connected design with corridors and courtyards. The new architecture makes use of the same building materials as the existing school buildings, but articulated in a contemporary, graphic language

Afrikaanse Hoer Meisieskool Pretoria – New sports facility in Pretoria, South Africa. The brief called for a sports facility with a tuck shop, dressing rooms, ablutions, sport viewing venue and entertainment area thus the building becomes the core of the sporting hub. Visitors would know immediately where to go with the design being a focal point in the center of the school. By Mathews and Associates Architects, completed in 2012. Photo by MAAA

Afrikaanse Hoer Meisieskool Pretoria – New sports facility in Pretoria, South Africa. The brief called for a sports facility with a tuck shop, dressing rooms, ablutions, sport viewing venue and entertainment area thus the building becomes the core of the sporting hub. Visitors would know immediately where to go with the design being a focal point in the center of the school. By Mathews and Associates Architects, completed in 2012. Photo by MAAA

Kee Enterprises, Pretoria, South Africa by Mathews and Associates Architects. The client needed an office block that was designed to create a pleasant working environment for the three firms, one being our own offices. The concept was to have “Art Walls”, the idea being to take the most prominent wall and incorporate art and graphics into the structure, thereby transforming the wall into a sculptural canvas which is integral to the building. Completed in 2008. Photographed by Pieter Mathews.

Kee Enterprises, Pretoria, South Africa by Mathews and Associates Architects. The client needed an office block that was designed to create a pleasant working environment for the three firms, one being our own offices. The concept was to have “Art Walls”, the idea being to take the most prominent wall and incorporate art and graphics into the structure, thereby transforming the wall into a sculptural canvas which is integral to the building. Completed in 2008. Photographed by Pieter Mathews.

Kee Enterprises, Pretoria, South Africa by Mathews and Associates Architects. The client needed an office block that was designed to create a pleasant working environment for the three firms, one being our own offices. The concept was to have “Art Walls”, the idea being to take the most prominent wall and incorporate art and graphics into the structure, thereby transforming the wall into a sculptural canvas which is integral to the building. Completed in 2008. Photographed by Pieter Mathews.

Kee Enterprises, Pretoria, South Africa by Mathews and Associates Architects. The client needed an office block that was designed to create a pleasant working environment for the three firms, one being our own offices. The concept was to have “Art Walls”, the idea being to take the most prominent wall and incorporate art and graphics into the structure, thereby transforming the wall into a sculptural canvas which is integral to the building. Completed in 2008. Photographed by Pieter Mathews.

Afrikaanse Hoer Meisieskool Pretoria – New sports facility in Pretoria, South Africa. The brief called for a sports facility with a tuck shop, dressing rooms, ablutions, sport viewing venue and entertainment area thus the building becomes the core of the sporting hub. Visitors would know immediately where to go with the design being a focal point in the centre of the school. By Mathews and Associates Architects, completed in 2012. Photo by MAAA

Afrikaanse Hoer Meisieskool Pretoria – New sports facility in Pretoria, South Africa. The brief called for a sports facility with a tuck shop, dressing rooms, ablutions, sport viewing venue and entertainment area thus the building becomes the core of the sporting hub. Visitors would know immediately where to go with the design being a focal point in the centre of the school. By Mathews and Associates Architects, completed in 2012. Photo by MAAA

Afrikaans Hoer Meisieskool Pretoria – School Hall in Pretoria, South Africa. With these additions, funded by Miss Steijn, then principal’s inheritance, the architects wanted to designing true to the contemporary architectural spirit while respecting the old. An NID was submitted to the heritage agencies due to the architects’ passion of preserving the modernist legacy and the memory of this iconic institution. By Mathews and Associates Architects, completed in 2012. Photo by MAAA

Afrikaans Hoer Meisieskool Pretoria – School Hall in Pretoria, South Africa. With these additions, funded by Miss Steijn, then principal’s inheritance, the architects wanted to designing true to the contemporary architectural spirit while respecting the old. An NID was submitted to the heritage agencies due to the architects’ passion of preserving the modernist legacy and the memory of this iconic institution. By Mathews and Associates Architects, completed in 2012. Photo by MAAA

Kee Enterprises, Pretoria, South Africa by Mathews and Associates Architects. The client needed an office block that was designed to create a pleasant working environment for the three firms, one being our own offices. The concept was to have “Art Walls”, the idea being to take the most prominent wall and incorporate art and graphics into the structure, thereby transforming the wall into a sculptural canvas which is integral to the building. Completed in 2008. Photographed by Pieter Mathews.

Kee Enterprises, Pretoria, South Africa by Mathews and Associates Architects. The client needed an office block that was designed to create a pleasant working environment for the three firms, one being our own offices. The concept was to have “Art Walls”, the idea being to take the most prominent wall and incorporate art and graphics into the structure, thereby transforming the wall into a sculptural canvas which is integral to the building. Completed in 2008. Photographed by Pieter Mathews.

Kee Enterprises, Pretoria, South Africa by Mathews and Associates Architects. The client needed an office block that was designed to create a pleasant working environment for the three firms, one being our own offices. The concept was to have “Art Walls”, the idea being to take the most prominent wall and incorporate art and graphics into the structure, thereby transforming the wall into a sculptural canvas which is integral to the building. Completed in 2008. Photographed by Pieter Mathews.

Kee Enterprises, Pretoria, South Africa by Mathews and Associates Architects. The client needed an office block that was designed to create a pleasant working environment for the three firms, one being our own offices. The concept was to have “Art Walls”, the idea being to take the most prominent wall and incorporate art and graphics into the structure, thereby transforming the wall into a sculptural canvas which is integral to the building. Completed in 2008. Photographed by Pieter Mathews.

Kee Enterprises, Pretoria, South Africa by Mathews and Associates Architects. The client needed an office block that was designed to create a pleasant working environment for the three firms, one being our own offices. The concept was to have “Art Walls”, the idea being to take the most prominent wall and incorporate art and graphics into the structure, thereby transforming the wall into a sculptural canvas which is integral to the building. Completed in 2008. Photographed by Pieter Mathews.

Kee Enterprises, Pretoria, South Africa by Mathews and Associates Architects. The client needed an office block that was designed to create a pleasant working environment for the three firms, one being our own offices. The concept was to have “Art Walls”, the idea being to take the most prominent wall and incorporate art and graphics into the structure, thereby transforming the wall into a sculptural canvas which is integral to the building. Completed in 2008. Photographed by Pieter Mathews.

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