The small and simple-looking house at 146 Waterkant Street, Cape Town is surprisingly complex in its detailing.
Different materials and traditional and modern techniques were carefully combined for optimal effect in House Paarman Treehouse.
While this article is inspired by the work of the association of Louw and Dewar on four major educational institutions in South Africa, it is part of a series which intends to generate broader discussion on the topic.
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Remembering the late Professor Emeritus Gilbert Herbert, an architect whose award-winning creative and academic output spanned decades and continents.
A review of an authoritative book on the 27th Sophia Gray Memorial Lecture, and a call for a fuller record of the occasion and its surrounding events.