Seaspray Apartment Renovation

An apartment renovation inspired by the interiors of luxury yachts | Stage 5 Architects

2011 residential alteration | Stage 5 Architects
A client approached us with a very specific vision: the convert this small appartment in old block on the Blaauwberg beach front into a spacious feeling modern living space inspired by his love of boats. The interior detailing is heavily inspired by luxuary yatches, and inventive solutions were devised to maximise space.

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2015
Booysens Brew Works Part 1
An experimental co-operative brewery in Booysens Reserve, a small industrial suburb in the South of Johannesburg. This, my M.Arch thesis project is a conceptualisation of the space constructed by the Imagined Community of South Africa's emergent youth culture.
2015
Drunk in Public
Conceptual foundation for the urban extension of the Booysens Brew Works project
2015
House Maria
A light, open plan home nestled between rich private green spaces on a small plot in Johannesburg | Xhamai Design
2013
Grant Street Mixed Use
A small, mixed use building in a strictly protected heritage neighbourhood in the City of Cape Town | Stage 5 Architects
2010
54 Dr Langalibalele Dube Street
A commercial high rise building for Durban.
2015
Script: Bridge
A Rhinoceros script driven parametric design for the main bridging element between the Booysens Brew Works brewery and distribution buildings.
2015
Brew Works Models
Final models depicting my 2015 architectural thesis project
2015
Beer Bricks
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.
2015
Booysens Brew Works Part 2
An experimental co-operative brewery in Booysens Reserve, a small industrial suburb in the South of Johannesburg. This, my M.Arch thesis project is a conceptualisation of the space constructed by the Imagined Community of South Africa's emergent youth culture.
2014
Louis Road Plaza
An urban scheme which re-imagines the urban fabric between Louis Botha Road and Grant Avenue as a sustainable public arts and urban farming network
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