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Adaptable architecture for an evolving educational system : the design of a facility for adult basic education and vocational training in the Greater Warwick Junction Precinct.
Currently in South Africa there are over 8 million people who have had little or no formal schooling. This has resulted in a large portion of the population that is unable to read and write or participate fully in society. ...
Socio-psychological experience as a generator of space and form : designing an orientation centre for migrants in Durban.
Durban has often been referred to as one of the fastest growing cities in the world. During the Post-Apartheid years, migration of people from other parts of South Africa as well as African countries to Durban has ...
Biophilia in architectural design : a healthcare and community centre for Mpumalanga, Durban.
Biophilia is the love of nature and all living things and is the theory that forms the basis of ‘biophilic’ design. Biophilic design recognizes the positive experience of natural systems and processes in our buildings ...
The influence of traditional architecture on contemporary culture : a proposed Hindu cultural centre for Durban.
Religion is still a large driving force behind the manner in which people live today. Religion, especially the predominant practices that date back to our ancestors, is a driving force behind culture. It creates traditions ...