Vosloo, Christo; Vosloo, P.T. (Pieter Tobias); Antonites, Alexander Josef(South African Institute of Architects, 2017-11)
This article reports on a qualitative study into the
actions, practices and attitudes that allowed a sample
of South African architects’ firms to be regarded as
enduring. Architects considering starting their own
Combrinck, Carin; Vosloo, P.T. (Pieter Tobias); Osman, Amira(South African Institute of Architects, 2017-05)
Globally, the upgrade of informal settlements is no
longer considered a marginal issue. Contributions to
the discourse in terms of policy reviews and strategies
emanate from various sectors concerned with the ...
Pienaar, Marguerite(South African Institute of Architects, 2017-09)
It’s just over 50 years since the passing of well-known
South African architect Norman Eaton (1902−1966).
Emerging trajectories on post-colonial identities,
entangled histories, and positions on decolonisation
Peres, Edna; Du Plessis, Chrisna; Landman, Karina(Elsevier, 2017)
This paper examines the important yet largely misunderstood relationship between resilience and sustainability and the gap
between these theoretical constructs and the practice of urban development. It explores how these ...
Dunstan, Neal Edward(University of Pretoria, 2017)
As the Campus Landscape Architect for the University of Pretoria, it has been an on-going challenge to gain an understanding and reliable data on the history of the landscape of the University of Pretoria's Hatfield campus. ...
Fisher, Roger C.(South African Institute of Architects, 2014-11)
It sounds as if it should be Shakespeare,
but these lines are in fact taken from
Marmion, an epic Scottish poem by
Walter Scott about the Battle of Flodden
Field (1513), published in 1808. And it
was written at around ...
Fisher, Roger C.(South African Institute of Architects, 2014-03)
The practice of architecture,
much as the human mind itself, would
seem to occupy two domains, that of the
rational and that of the romantic. The
fact of the matter is not that there is a
dualism or dichotomy, ...