Browsing Architecture by UP Author "Clarke, Nicholas J."

Browsing Architecture by UP Author "Clarke, Nicholas J."

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  • Fisher, Roger C.; Clarke, Nicholas J. (Art Historical Work Group of South Africa, 2007)
    Various postulates concerning the origin and purpose of the corbelled structures in the vicinity of the Assegaaibos River on the farms Farmerfield, Glenfield and Springfield, Eastern Cape Province (previously Albany District) ...
  • Fisher, Roger C.; Clarke, Nicholas J. (Art Historical Work Group of South Africa, 2010)
    From the earliest days of South African colonisation - through the offices of the VOC - there was the hegemony of Calvinist belief as it manifests in Dutch Reformed Protestantism in which death was preordained, inevitable ...
  • Fisher, Roger C.; Clarke, Nicholas J. (Art Historical Work Group of South Africa, 2010)
    The oeuvre of Gerard Moerdijk, as practitioner and self-proclaimed architect to the Afrikaner Nationalist Project, used the opportunity of the memorializing of deceased personages taken up in the epic narrative of Afrikaner ...
  • Clarke, Nicholas J.; Fisher, Roger C. (South African Institute of Architects, 2018-09)
    Industrial archaeology”, according to the Nizhny Tagil Charter for Industrial Heritage (2003) of the International Committee for the Conservation of the Industrial Heritage (TICCIH), the world organisation representing ...
  • Fisher, Roger C.; Clarke, Nicholas J. (The South African Institute of Architects, 2011)
    This paper explores the manner in which ideas of resource efficiency is taught to design students through the principles of iteration and generative design within a framework of ecosystemic thinking.
  • Clarke, Nicholas J. (South African Institute of Architects, 2015-09)
    The semi-arid hinterland of South Africa has time and again seen budding cities rise and disappear into dust. Nicholas Clarke investigates the demise of a few examples.
  • Clarke, Nicholas J. (2009-07-02)
    Memorial lecture on the relationship of Gerard Moerdijk and the media.