“Of the infinite things I’ve collected and experienced over three decades, it’s almost impossible to select three objects to pedestal,” says Cape Town-born, Joburg-based journalist and editor...

Relationships are trivial, hard to define narratives that have to lend themselves to father time in order to develop. The relationship I had with my brother’s pet...

Buildings have a large negative impact on the environment in terms of the natural resources and energy that they consume, as well as substantially contributing to global...

Cities and their public spaces have gone from once being tagged by vandals & misfits to inviting renowned artists to make use of their walls as canvasses. Just...

In 2016, the second *Emerge Competition was launched. Students were called to participate in the theme, 'Rising Youth', to confront pertinent issues faced by the youth in Zimbabwe today. The...

‘Buildings’ in their bare essence can be seen as no different to any other technology when considering John Ruskin’s statement: “We require from buildings two kinds of goodness:...

This dissertation is rooted within my personal struggle to understand and react to my experiences of absurdity and complexity within place and the making of architecture between...

Gastronomy is a trendy topic across many threads of discourse in architecture and urbanism. Where western food courts within mega-malls exist as mere banal spaces of service,...

So, we managed to get through 2016. Despite the whirlwind of events and tragic losses we tried to smile and keep it moving. We have had lots...

The focus of this dissertation stems from the interest of objectifying a non-architectural contemporary problem in South Africa by means of symbolic representation, so that the conceived...