2015 residential project | Xhamai Design
A major renovation to an existing home in Parkhurst, a neighbourhood of relatively upmarket homes on small properties. The constrained dimentions of the site offered an interesting challenge to design a home which still felt spacious and contemporary. We employed tall volumes and large openings connecting the interior spaces to small, private outdoor spaces and opened the ground floor up by introducing small, strong steel elements.
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A Embaixada do Brasil em Moçambique
A Brazilian embassy for Mozambique, in Maputo.
Booysens Brew Works programme development and site massing
A dynamic facade treatment which can be modified throughout the year to allow the desired thermal balance and natural light developed in Grasshopper for the Booysens Brew Works.
A range of bespoke furniture for the Booysens Brew Works project.
A Rhinoceros script driven parametric design for the main bridging element between the Booysens Brew Works brewery and distribution buildings.
Ongoing development and rebranding of the car manufacturer's properties in the Western Cape | Stage 5 Architects
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.
54 Dr Langalibalele Dube Street
A commercial high rise building for Durban.
Grant Street Mixed Use
A small, mixed use building in a strictly protected heritage neighbourhood in the City of Cape Town | Stage 5 Architects
A school for children from junior primary to matric, designed to allow learners of all developments and sizes to engage at the level they feel comfortable.