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  • Moerdyk, Silva; Moerdijk, Silva (Die Boerevrou, 1925-05)
    Artikel deur Sylva Moerdyk oor die meubilering van 'n huis, gepubliseer in 'Die Boerevrou'.
  • Departement Publieke Werken; Publieke Werke Dept.; Wierda, Sytze Wopkes, 1839-1911 (2014-08-26)
  • Departement Publieke Werken; Publieke Werke Dept. (2014-08-26)
  • Pearse, Geoffrey Eastcott (1885-1968); Fassler, John, 1910-1971; McIntosh, William Gordon (1904-1983) (2009-03-27)
    Front elevation with gable of the Paarl Church, measured by Gordon McIntosh and drawn by John Fassler for prof. Geoffrey Pearse's book "Eighteenth Century Architecture in South Africa" – see page 48 for a description, and ...
  • Provenance photograph collection (Unknown)
  • Unknown (1920)
  • (2014-09-19)
    5 photographs of the Palace of Jusitice on Church Square in Pretoria, South Africa plus 1 reproduction each of north and south elevations.
  • Unknown (2009-04-21)
    From the Pearse Collection: Photograph depicting a panelled dining room interior of unknown provenance. On the fireplace surround is a mantle clock. The round table is surrounded by chairs with split back splats. Photograph ...
  • Fisher, Roger C. (Department of Education and Culture, 1989-12)
    This paper is based on a dissertation in preparation: 'A paradigmatic approach to architectural history: postmodernism', for an MArch degree in the Department of Architecture, University of Pretoria.
  • Fisher, Roger C. (University of Pretoria, 2015)
    The study proposes an approach to (architectural) history derived from an understanding of Thomas Kuhn's term 'paradigm'. A paradigm is defined as a shared temporal intellectual model which directs and limits the normal ...
  • Fisher, Roger C. (Sasol Library, University of the Free State, 1993-03)
    This essay proposes an approach to the teaching of the history of architecture, here termed the paradigmatic approach. It derives from an understanding of Kuhn's "paradigm', and the consequent stratification of Western ...
  • Hagg, Gerard (Art Historical Work Group of South Africa, 1987)
    Twee kunshistoriese metodes word bespreek. "Kanonisering" beklemtoon die kunstenaar as geisoleerd van sy omgewing en as 'n voorbeeld van ideologiese of estetiese voorkeure van groepe wat strewe na dominansie. Coert Steynberg ...
  • Engel, E.P. (Art Historical Work Group of South Africa, 1991-11-08)
    Die metodologiese krisis in die Kunsgeskiedenis kan op die rekening van die eensydigheid van navorsingsmetodes geplaas word. Aan die hand van 'n ontleding van enkele werke van J.H. Pierneef word die binere en paradoksale ...
  • Fagan, Gabriel Theron (Gawie); Barker, Arthur Adrian Johnson (2013-10-09)
    Fagan’s own holiday house, Paradys in Langebaan, was built in 2003. It’s design had to subscribe to aesthetic guidelines in terms of wall finish, roof pitch and materials, but he introduced a Mediterranean barrel-vaulted ...
  • Baker, Herbert, Sir, 1862-1946 (2008-07-31)
    View of the automatic telephone exchange in Parktown, Johannesburg. Designed by Sir Herbert Baker, it has sash windows, a tiled roof & arched entranceways.
  • Combrinck, Carin; Vosloo, 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 makes ...
  • Combrinck, Carin; Vosloo, Pieter Tobias; Osman, Amira (South African Institute of Architects, 2017-07)
    Part 2 of this article on the in-situ upgrade of informal settlements investigates the role of architects as agents of change.
  • Unknown (2009-05-05)
  • Hurst, Andrea (Art Historical Work Group of South Africa, 2007)
    It is a commonplace among philosophers that we actualize our humanity most fully by “living a creative life,” and that creativity is the response to desire or passion. In this article, I argue that Plato’s “cave allegory,” ...