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Architecture News

Building confidence edges lower in Q2

By: Anine Kilian     9th June 2016 The First National Bank (FNB)/Bureau for Economic Research (BER) Building Confidence Index fell by five points to 34 in the second quarter, with the current level of the index indicating that more than 65% of respondents were dissatisfied with prevailing business conditions. In addition, all of... 

Glass complies with technology requirements

3rd June 2016 Electrochromic glass technology supplier SageGlass ticks all technological boxes for the installation of a 13 000 square feet dynamic glass on the entire Western facade of the lavish Mystic Lake Center in the US.  

Concrete society calls for Fulton Awards nominations

By: Donna Slater     20th May 2016 Nonprofit company the Concrete Society of Southern Africa is calling for nominations for its biennial Fulton Awards, which recognise and honour excellence and innovation in the design and use of concrete.  

Concrete society calls for Fulton Awards nominations
CONCRETE DESIGN 2015 Fulton Award winner, the Fairscape Precinct Office Tower in Botswana

AfriSam-Saia Award introduces two new categories

By: Samantha Herbst     20th April 2016 The programme for this year’s AfriSam-South African Institute of Architects (Saia) Award for Sustainable Architecture and Innovation will now include two new categories, namely Sustainable Products & Technology and Sustainable Social Programmes, which join the mainstay categories of Sustainable... 

AfriSam-Saia Award introduces two new categories
Alexander Forbes' headquarters took top honours at the 2014 AfriSam-Saia Award

Block-making machinery used to build affordable housing

1st April 2016 The Department of Rural Development and Land Reform built 27 affordable homes on the Radway Green Farm Agri-Village outside of Grahamstown in the Eastern Cape, using brick- and block-making machine manufacturer Hydraform’s interlocking block-making technology. The official handover ceremony took... 

Block-making machinery used to  build affordable housing
AFFORDABLE HOUSING DEVELOPED Hydraform was contracted to undertake the construction of this project for the benefit of the community

Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront swims against sluggish economic tide

By: Kim Cloete     11th March 2016 Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront is bucking the sluggish trend in the national economy. It pulled in over three-million visitors in December alone, has substantially boosted its coffers and has embarked on some dynamic new developments.  Retail, commercial, leisure and residential developments are all... 

Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront swims against sluggish economic tide
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