In part one of Memory in Architecture, we look at how Gawie Fagan epitomises ‘strange familiarity’ in two of his iconic houses: Die Es and Raynham.

In part one of Memory in Architecture, we look at how Gawie Fagan epitomises ‘strange familiarity’ in two of his iconic houses: Die Es and Raynham.

Legacy in Architecture: Chapter two  The latest chapter with Arthur Barker turns to a research project focused on new ways of thinking about health care.

Legacy in Architecture: Chapter two The latest chapter with Arthur Barker turns to a research project focused on new ways of thinking about health care.

FutureSpaces - 2014 Thought Leadership Summit 3 - 6 November, focusing on Healthcare

FutureSpaces - 2014 Thought Leadership Summit 3 - 6 November, focusing on Healthcare

FutureSpaces - South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA) stand by Paragon Architects

FutureSpaces - South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA) stand by Paragon Architects

FutureSpaces - TUKS Engineering Campus Pretoria - Winner of the Saint-Gobain Gypsum National Trophy in the Segment Solutions (Education / Hospital / Hotel) category.

FutureSpaces - TUKS Engineering Campus Pretoria - Winner of the Saint-Gobain Gypsum National Trophy in the Segment Solutions (Education / Hospital / Hotel) category.

Identity in Architecture Chapter 4 with Arthur Barker. The relationship between formal, functional and contextual identity in architecture.

Identity in Architecture Chapter 4 with Arthur Barker. The relationship between formal, functional and contextual identity in architecture.

Arthur Barker on Identity in Architecture and the 28th National Corobrik Student Architectural Awards

Arthur Barker on Identity in Architecture and the 28th National Corobrik Student Architectural Awards

Identity in Architecture Chapter 2 - Back to basics with Arthur Barker

Identity in Architecture Chapter 2 - Back to basics with Arthur Barker


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FutureSpaces - TUKS Engineering Campus Pretoria - Winner of the Saint-Gobain Gypsum National Trophy in the Segment Solutions (Education / Hospital / Hotel) category.

FutureSpaces - TUKS Engineering Campus Pretoria - Winner of the Saint-Gobain Gypsum National Trophy in the Segment Solutions (Education / Hospital / Hotel) category.

Futurespaces - In Praise of Competition

Futurespaces - In Praise of Competition

FutureSpaces - UNISA Innovating an Institution

FutureSpaces - UNISA Innovating an Institution

FutureSpaces - In Praise of Public Space by Hugh Fraser

FutureSpaces - In Praise of Public Space by Hugh Fraser

FutureSpaces - The Helenvale Multi-purpose Centre, Port Elizabeth

FutureSpaces - The Helenvale Multi-purpose Centre, Port Elizabeth

FutureSpaces - South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA) stand by Paragon Architects

FutureSpaces - South African Property Owners Association (SAPOA) stand by Paragon Architects

South Africa a Failing Democracy – The ANC and Spotlight on January Che Masilela

South Africa a Failing Democracy – The ANC and Spotlight on January Che Masilela

FutureSpaces - Are South African drywall and plastering craftsmanship skills world-class?

FutureSpaces - Are South African drywall and plastering craftsmanship skills world-class?

FutureSpaces - Basil Read Phase 2 part of the Basil Read Campus precinct in Boksburg.

FutureSpaces - Basil Read Phase 2 part of the Basil Read Campus precinct in Boksburg.

FutureSpaces - Public Art - Indulgence or Asset? In South Africa many blue chip corporates sponsor art events and own valuable corporate art collections. Some of this art is publicly available in the form of hosted art galleries like the Standard Bank Art Gallery in Johannesburg yet a large portion of South Africa’s art, including art originally intended as public art, remains behind closed doors.

FutureSpaces - Public Art - Indulgence or Asset? In South Africa many blue chip corporates sponsor art events and own valuable corporate art collections. Some of this art is publicly available in the form of hosted art galleries like the Standard Bank Art Gallery in Johannesburg yet a large portion of South Africa’s art, including art originally intended as public art, remains behind closed doors.

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