Posts Tagged 'Architects'

V&A Waterfront announces R700m ‘Canal District’

A night-time render of Amsterdam House Credit: dhk architects
The R700 million first phase of a new district at the V&A Waterfront is underway with a corporate head office for British American Tobacco South Africa (BAT South Africa) as the first project in this mixed-use area. Totalling 75 000 m² (or 7.6 hectares), the mixed-use Canal District straddles both […]

Day Two of Architecture ZA 2012

Day Two at AZA 2012 was fact-intensive, but culminated in a truly memorable engagement with a new voice in Architecture for the Global South, Rahul Mehrotra. With large grounds of work covered today, many students and practitioners alike will undoubtedly be left with much to ponder as they rest after a hard day of learning.

When is an architect an architect? by Jony Cary

Why architecture’s identity problem should matter to the rest of us
by John Cary

There are few more creative, more transformative, more direct ways to literally make the world a better place. Almost nothing influences the quality of our lives more than the design of our homes, our schools, our workplaces, and our […]