House Bram Fischer, Johannesburg, South Africa

Show simple item record Eaton, Norman, 1902-1966 2009-06-02T06:47:12Z 2009-06-02T06:47:12Z 1938-08-05 2009-06-02T06:47:12Z
dc.description File type: 600 DPI, File Dimensions: 10685 x 11606 pixels, File size: 1.51 MB. File created by Document Warehouse. Original document = handsketched plans. en_US
dc.description.abstract House for well-known advocate Bram Fischer in Johannesburg. See Clive Chipkin’s description of the house ("Johannesburg transition: architecture & society 1950-2000", 2009:376) Very much part of the modern influence, as Chipkin writes: “The Fischer house is Eaton without Africa”. Also references to the house in Nadine Gordimer’s "Burger’s daughter" (1979). The drawings are dated: 5.8.38. Double storey brick home. Ground and first floor plan. Western and Northern elevations. Servants' quarters. Tennis court. See also 07553. en_US
dc.identifier.other 07553
dc.identifier.other ar001pap_etn.0057
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dc.subject Architectural designs en_US
dc.subject Architectural drawings en_US
dc.subject Houses en_US
dc.subject.lcsh Architecture, Domestic -- South Africa -- Johannesburg
dc.title House Bram Fischer, Johannesburg, South Africa en_US
dc.type Plan or blueprint en_US

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