2010 student project (one day esquisse)
The proposed site is flanked to the south with a dirty, smelly public toilet block and to the north by a skate park, which sees much activity. Access is purely pedestrian, with the main promenade to the east and a walkway, up the slope to the west. This, along with climatic considerations, dictated the orientation and arrangement of spaces for the gallery and other functions. The programme was allowed to generate a basic formal composition which manifested itself as three stacked volumes.
The beachfront promenade has undergone a lot of recent development and the architecture of the sculpture space reflects the contemporary African urban feel of the new interventions.The coastline and piers give a strong horizontal character to the area, which was the main formal generator for the gallery.
The project was given as a one-day design test, limited to hand-drawn submissions on A2 sheets. Renders were done at a later stage using Archicad for BIM and Artlantis Studio for rendering.
Now see :
Brew Works Models
Final models depicting my 2015 architectural thesis project
A large folly which seeks to revitalise a neglected urban park through reimagined spectator sports facilities
54 Dr Langalibalele Dube Street
A commercial high rise building for Durban.
Collaged images of natural and constructed landscapes over- and under-exposed by the ghostly figures of beer drinkers: an expression of the Genius Loci of Booysens Reserve.
A light, open plan home nestled between rich private green spaces on a small plot in Johannesburg | Xhamai Design
uMkhumbane Mixed Use
A mixed use, commercial/residential building for the uMkhumbane community in Durban.
Iterative models from the Goal Line design process
Booysens Brew Works programme development and site massing
UKZN Fine Arts Faculty Building
Studios, lecture facilities and study resources for the University of KwaZulu-Natal, PMB campus.
An outdoor timber bench designed and built of basic components with exposed junctions.