A reflection of the building for Jonathan Swift with the unusual brief of a ground floor funeral parlour with flats above. Designed by the partnership of Martienssen & Fassler, it became an internationally famous icon for Modernism. Only the ground floor and two floors above were built instead of the eight as shown. The building, though in a shabby state, still exists in Bree Street in central Johannesburg. John Fassler's perspective of Hanson & Tomkin's equally famous Hotpoint House next door, was lent Herbert Prins to the Rotterdam Blank Exhibition but not returned.