WWT – Cyclops, Archi Watch Walk Talk

Posted on Oct 8, 2014 in Uncategorized
WWT – Cyclops, Archi Watch Walk Talk

Thursday 9 October, 14:00hrs FADA Auditorium, University of Johannesburg

Twenty Years of Democracy – Appalachian State University

Posted on Jul 13, 2014 in Uncategorized
Twenty Years of Democracy – Appalachian State University

The University of Kwazulu-Natal is working on a musical collaboration and The University of Johannesburg on a contemporary art exhibition shown over two galleries at Turchin Center for the Visual Arts, Appalachian State University. Click to see photos of the exhibition.

THINK GLOBAL, BUILD SOCIAL! Architectures for a Better World – Deutsches Architekturmuseum

Posted on Oct 11, 2013 in Uncategorized
THINK GLOBAL, BUILD SOCIAL! Architectures for a Better World –  Deutsches Architekturmuseum

8 June – 1 September 2013 In the form of the resulting structures, architecture influences the society that creates it. However, over the past few decades the discipline has only marginally addressed the question of its social relevance: Until recently, global conflicts, political and ecological migration, overpopulation and the explosive formation of slums were not […]

Stadium – Arc en Rêve Centre d’Architecture

Posted on Jun 10, 2013 in Uncategorized
Stadium – Arc en Rêve  Centre d’Architecture

Arc en Rêve Centre d’Architecture, Bordeaux, France 20 June – 22 Septembre 2013

Domus – (In)visible City Revisited

Posted on Oct 9, 2012 in Uncategorized
Domus – (In)visible City Revisited

Architect and photographer Leon Krige has been photographing Johannesburg’s buildings, particularly the modernist and industrial fabric of its inner city, since the 1980’s, following their abandonment and their new inhabitation… Click to read more

Domus – Soccer City Stadium

Posted on Jul 8, 2010 in Uncategorized
Domus – Soccer City Stadium

The road to Soccer City, the venue for the 2010 FIFA World Cup final, is testimony to blight and the power of engineering. Road works, mine dumps, billboards, Rea Vaya bus stations, and endless matchbox houses flash past along the scarred seam between Johannesburg and Soweto… Click to read more