The unique concept behind this 2500 square meter service centre was driven by the inclusion of flagship micro-showrooms for the two companies sharing the space creating a new kind of experience for their clients. The workshop component is very efficient in its use of natural day lighting and the volume created is leveraged to create quality spaces for the mechanics social areas which are often overlooked in this building typology. A small office component is raised above the public zone and given views over the workshops which encourages a flattened social hierarchy.

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2015
SMaSH Brewing
Booysens Brew Works programme development and site massing
2010
UKZN Fine Arts Faculty Building
Studios, lecture facilities and study resources for the University of KwaZulu-Natal, PMB campus.
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.
2018
Pheasant House
A linear, spacious home with wide overhangs and warm materiality on a huge open site | Xhamai Design
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
2019
Observatory Apartments
A block of 6 flats in a Cape Town historic neighbourhood | Stage 5 Architects
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.
2014
Goal Line
A large folly which seeks to revitalise a neglected urban park through reimagined spectator sports facilities
2018
Elephant Park
A large, mountain retreat on an Eastern Cape game farm | Xhamai Design
2015
Chapter Illustrations
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.
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