South African Architect, Architectural Practices, Design Studios, Office, Links
South African Architects : Architecture Studios
Key Architecture Offices – Design Practices
post updated 31 October 2021
South African Architects Offices
South African Architect Offices – Architect Listings
This page contains a selection of major South African architects, with links to individual practice pages. We’ve selected what we feel are the key South African Architects, but additions are always welcome. The focus is on contemporary architects in South Africa but information on traditional architecture studios is also welcome.
Currently the most notable architecture practice are Noero Wolff Architects, SAOTA Architects and Nico van der Meulen Architects – the latter two offices both famous for contemporary houses.
Additions for the South African Architecture Studios page welcome
South African Architecture
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Links to South African Architect Studio Information – Architecture Practices listed alphabetically by surname
Major South African Design Practices
Design Workshop, Durban
Noero Wolff Architects, Cape Town
SAOTA Architects, Cape Town
South Africa Architect Offices featured on this site but not listed in architects practice section
GAPP Architects/ Urban Designers
Additional South African Architect studios welcome: please mail images (min. 72 DPI and 900 pixels wide) with architect practice profile to us at the e-mail address below.
At e-architect we have selected what we feel are the key examples of South African architecture offices. The focus is on contemporary architecture practices but information on historic design studios in South Africa is also welcome.
More South Africa architects practices online very soon
Location: South Africa
South Africa Architecture
Barloworld Automotive and Logistics Head Office, Centurion, Tshwane
Design: Nsika Architecture & Design
photography : Michael Schmucker for Abland
Barloworld Head Office in Tshwane
The sculptural, contemporary building in Centurion, Tshwane, which is designed to accommodate 380 staff members over four floors, rests on a podium formed by two naturally ventilated basements.
The Freedom Park, Pretoria
Design: GAPP Architects / Urban Designers
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Freedom Park South Africa
In full view of the Union Buildings and in close proximity to Unisa and the Voortrekker Monument, The Freedom Park is emerging as a major landmark reshaping and enhancing the skyline of our capital city. It is the product of the many processes engaged in by Government since 1994 to create and foster a new national consciousness of the common legacy that binds the people of South Africa.
Soccer City Stadium, Johannesburg
Design: BUE + Partners iwith Populous
image : BUE + Ptnrs / Populous
Soccer City Stadium Johannesburg
One of the most striking, impressive and well-equipped stadiums in the world, with 80 000 cubic metres of concrete will have been poured, 9000 tons of reinforcing steel would have been placed and 8000 tons of structural steel. The 90 000 seater Soccer City Stadium venue will host both the opening match and the final of the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
Design: gmp Architekten
picture © Marcus Bredt, Berlin
The main entrance at the south end of the 1.5km long linear park symbolizes the stadium’s gateway to the city, and is formed by the bifurcation of the huge arch. At the northern end, a cable car transports visitors to the ‘Skydeck’ at the apex of the arch.
Tyhume Valley Theatre Building
Design: Ryder Architecture
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South Africa Theatre
The location of the project near to a school has many advantages. Children will want to be involved in the construction and in performing in the arena as it is being built.
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Additions for the South Africa Architects page welcome