The Masekela memorial was designed by Sir David Adjaye and unveiled on the 1st of June at Hugh Masekela’s gravesite. The memorial hopes to honour Hugh and create a welcoming space for reflection.
MiMo Architects have developed three projects that employ a language sculptural form that invites play, conversation and respite within urban spaces.
dhk Architects’ latest project is an Urban Park at the renowned tourist attraction, the V&A Waterfront, which has historic architectural significance, containing the remnants of one of Cape Town’s oldest structures, the Amsterdam Battery constructed in 1781. In case you were wondering where the names comes from – various elements of the […]
From Gandhi Square to Brixton – here are a couple of Precincts we are keeping our eye on.
Having just graduated from Wits, Mmakhotso Lamola talks about the essence of architecture and creating change through impactful work.
From interrogating ‘world class’ architecture to reimagining necessary spaces, we chat to six individuals shaping our built environments for the better.
Take a photographic walkabout of the interior of Cape Town’s Zeitz Museum of Contemporary African Art and get a sneak peek of the art on exhibition.
With illustrations by Lucie Demoyencourt, architect Henry Abosi contemplates the effect the brand new Zeitz Museum of Contemporary African Art might have on the Cape Town community.
UK-SA architect Coetzee Steyn this year launched an undulating architectural gem just outside of Cape Town. We take a tour of Bosjes restaurant and more.
We asked a few emerging and established local designers and architects to visually interpret and talk about their favourite urban structures.
In the next instalment of the 10and5 x Lampost series, architect Sumayya Vally and photographer Mpho Mokgadi reimagine sites of ruin around Johannesburg.
Jo Noero posits that building architecture models is a labour of love and brings architectures to a closer understanding of their work.
Say hello to Work Shop New Town, Jozi’s newest 7 day market championing local fashion and design.
Ahead of its official opening, we chat to the installation architect team behind the innovative sleek design of the pop-up Heineken Next Level Bar.
Ilze Wolff believes that architecture is connected to social conditions and the politics of being human. She endeavours to develop an “architectural practice of consequence” through the mediums of design, advocacy, research and documentation.