2017 residential project | Xhamai Design
A three bedroom house for a private client on a huge, open site in a small Western Cape town. So as to minimise impact on the natural landscape, but maximise the expansive sea views the house was conceived of as a series of small, interconnected volumes in a linear composition. The occupants are a couple with varsity age children. The house is therefore split into three main volumes: the main living spaces in the centre, the master bedroom and study to one side and a separate wing for the visiting children.


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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
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
Script: Bridge
A Rhinoceros script driven parametric design for the main bridging element between the Booysens Brew Works brewery and distribution buildings.
2010
54 Dr Langalibalele Dube Street
A commercial high rise building for Durban.
2013
Van Zyl Ads & Alts
New ensuite bathroom addition to a family home | Stage 5 Architects
2015
Johannesburg Urban Fabric
A series of maps highlighting different zoning in Gauteng which reveals bands of industrial activities (red), commercial zones (green), and open space and farming (yellow) which intersect just south of the Johannesburg CBD.
2014
Classroom Model
A detailed model of one of the classroom modules from the Randburg College project
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
2015
Drunk in Public
Conceptual foundation for the urban extension of the Booysens Brew Works project
2015
Ten Kraters
A range of bespoke furniture for the Booysens Brew Works project.
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