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  • Naude, Werner Johan (University of Pretoria, 2009-04-20)
    The study of architectural surface to the end of developing `Deep Surface and the implementation of the deep surface to aid in the development of a new research facility for the University of Pretoria.
  • Bakker, Karel Anthonie (2008-11-21)
    Hand drawn sketch of the tobacco shed on the farm 24 Rivers, done by Karel Bakker.
  • Table 
    Pearse, Geoffrey Eastcott (1885-1968) (2008-11-03)
    Photograph depicting a table, probably from the early 19th century. It has cabriole legs with carving on the knees, a linenfold apron, and ball and claw feet. It appears to be a card or games table. More information welcome!
  • Nothnagel, Werner Otto (University of Pretoria, 2008-08-07)
    The intention of this dissertation is to reprogramme dead or underused urban space in order to create an interactive economic and educational facility. This is achieved by the use of food and architecture acts as the ...
  • Pearse, Geoffrey Eastcott (1885-1968); Elliot, Arthur, 1870-1938 (2008-11-10)
    Photograph depicting a small mid 18th century table at Koopmans De Wet House in Cape Town. Its slender cabriole legs terminate in claw and ball feet. The top has a border of dark wood, and the apron is shaped. See also ...
  • Unknown (2009-04-21)
    From the Pearse Collection: photograph depicting a dining room. In the centre, the mid 18th century gateleg table with cabriole legs is surrounded by chairs with unusual backs - these resemble the Tulbagh type, but have ...
  • Pearse, Geoffrey Eastcott (1885-1968); Acutt, Lynn (2008-11-03)
    Photograph depicting a late 18th century side table made from satinwood. The tapered legs are fluted and terminate in spade feet. See also p. 191 of "Cape Antique Furniture: A comprehensive pictorial guide to Cape furniture" ...
  • Steele, John (Art Historical Work Group of South Africa, 2009)
    Since language evolved there has been an ongoing need for accurate terminology. With the passing of time English words, like those of other languages, have mutated in usage and meaning as ideas took on different aspects ...
  • Meyer, Roald (University of Pretoria, 2009-04-20)
    The following dissertation will consider the contemporary education of natural languages and explore its influences on designed space in an urban environment. The concept of weaving cultures together by using languages ...
  • Buys, Gertruida Susanna (University of Pretoria, 2010-07-16)
    The purpose of the study was to establish a new place order in the transport grain for taxis through a design that will suit the urban context. It attempts to render taxis and their associated facilities preferable and ...
  • Unknown (2009-04-14)
    From the Pearse Collection: photograph depicting a silver tea kettle on two stands (one could be an ornately decorated komvoor), with a tea pot and a milk jug, the last two probably from the last quarter of the 18th century. ...
  • Schmidt, Leoni (Art Historical Work Group of South Africa, 2009)
    This article argues that Art History as a discipline has been critiqued on a number of levels in recent decades. However, the knowledge which the discipline can provide for students in tertiary art schools remains invaluable. ...
  • Ajaykumar (Art Historical Work Group of South Africa, 2007)
    This article formally-thematically considers a notion of 'relational being', 'non-anthropocentric being', 'the being of space', and 'the space of being', in the context of current, past and prospective technological practice. ...
  • Telegram 
    Unknown (2009-05-05)
    Telegram finalising travel arrangements.
  • Telegram 
    Unknown (2009-05-05)
    A telegram to J.S. Cleland confirming his booking on the Athlone Castle.
  • Telegram 
    Unknown (2009-05-05)
    Telegram to J.S. Cleland concerning his booking on the cruise.
  • Unknown (2009-08-20)
    Telegram by Jack's boys to J.S. Cleland wishing him bon voyage.
  • Unknown (2006-05-11)
    AFRIKAANS SUMMARY: 'n Skets deur die argitek, Gerard Moerdyk, van die voltooide Voortrekkermonument by Pretoria.
  • Unknown (2009-08-28)
    Tennis and football tournaments between Architectural staff and Quantity Surveyors.