"VDMMA" tag

Silo 3 & 4 mixed-use buildings under construction at V&A Waterfront

Makeka Design Lab in joint venture with VDMMA have been appointed for the design of Silo 3 and 4, two mixed use buildings consisting of retail and high-end residential apartments. The buildings form part of the Silo District Developments surrounding the Zeitz MOCAA situated at the heart of the Precinct. Silo Square will provide a […]


Cape Town International Convention Centre: Construction progress at the 10,000sqm expansion

The main construction for the Cape Town International Convention Centre started in February of 2015, with work scheduled for completion towards the end of 2016.


Watch: Anya Van Der Merwe on a future Cape Town architecture

Anya speaks about architecture in South Africa


Reconsidering the proposed CTICC expansion plans

Robert Bowen considers whether the CTICC expansion will be a true public asset.


A video showcasing the proposed expansion plans of the Cape Town Internati

A video showcasing the proposed expansion plans of the Cape Town International Convention Center.
The winning teams and initial designs for this grand project of the Cape Town foreshore area was announced yesterday, 22 March 2012.
The architecture team features Makeka Design Lab, Van der Merwe Miszewski Architects and Stauch Vorster Architects.


Makeka Design Lab, VDMMA & Stauch Vorster unveil winning design for the Cape Town International Convention Centre

The Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) today announced the appointment of the architects for the expansion project, which will see the centre doubling in capacity over the next three years. An award-winning Cape Town trio of architects – Piet Bakker of Stauch Voster Architects, Anya van der Merwe of Van der Merwe Miszewski Architects […]

360 views of the V&A Waterfront’s ‘No. 1 Silo’ building construction site

The V&A Waterfront’s first developments on the cards?

According to EWN, Growthpoint’s Etienne de Klerk has said that while still in the early days, they are in the planning stages for new developments. I find this confusing as the developments he mentions were already on the cards before the sale of the V&A Waterfront, and to some extent had clearly gone beyond the […]