Designed and built by architecture students at the University of Nottingham, Project Kagiso responded to the local need for a nursery school in rural northern South Africa, utilizing locally available materials and site appropriate building techniques.
This formerly dilapidated school in rural South Africa was transformed through community engagement, using passive low energy design principles, to create a sustainable, place specific learning environment.
Built at the site of Nelson Mandela's capture in 1962, a monument with an extraordinary sculpture made of steel columns quietly embraces the surrounding landscape.
Built entirely by hand with clay brick, the Memorial Gardens were designed to commemorate the lives lost during the 1960 Sharpeville Massacre.
The Cape Town-based architect on how design solutions for sustainable buildings, creative interiors and transformative urban spaces defines his work.
World Architecture Festival program director describes the uniqueness of South Africa's Mapungubwe Interpretation Centre.
South African Airways installed eye-catching new interiors this year which blend a modern aesthetic with African tradition.
Dedicated to the creation of authentic, contemporary African architecture, South African architect Peter Rich strives to create places that are meaningful, and uplifting for all who occupy them.
Designed to have the appearance of a Calabash, or an African pot, Soccer City is currently the largest stadium in Africa. It is nne of the most artistic and awe-inspiring football venues on the African continent, and was host to the first and final matches of the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
Driven by the necessity for the diverse people of South Africa and the world to understand and appreciate the country’s struggle for liberation, The Freedom Park was born as a national and international icon of humanity and freedom. The Freedom Park, with its Garden of Remembrance, is located on a 52-hectare site on Salvokop Hill at the entrance into Tshwane (Pretoria) from Johannesburg.