June, 2011

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This season you make the rules – design trends are out of the ordinary with personal taste setting the tone. Let your imagination take over – created a warm, funky bathroom to escape to on those cold winter nights. Bathrooms are no longer cold, impersonal spaces with little character. Design a space that rivals your […]

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Confirmed International Speaker for Conversations on Architecture

Trends are part and parcel of any design discipline. Yet, lasting design needs to go beyond the trendy. Rather than dwelling on the fads and the fashions of the day, speakers at the highly regarded Conversations on Architecture one-day seminars probe the Zeitgeist of our era, debate new directions in architecture and design and challenge […]

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KZNIA upcoming events

INTERACTIVE WEBINAR AT THE KZNIA: Updated SANS 10400 Workshop Tuesday 28 June The KZNIA will be showing this webinar live at their premises at 160 Bulwer Rd on Tuesday 28 June. Bruce Clark will be available for Q&A, and we encourage you to participate if you haven’t already been to one of these workshops. Ethekwini […]

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UK Sustainable Designer of the YearMatt Vaudin to speak at the Green Building Matt Gaudin to speak at Green Building Conference and Exhibition 2011

Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios is one of Europe’s leading architecture companies, striving to break new ground in sustainable research-led design. Matt Vaudin is the partner in leading sustainability and has been involved in numerous renown and innovative projects, including the design of the new Woodland Trust HQ in Grantham in England which was completed in […]

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dhk Architects scoops prestigious SAPOA Excellence Award

Prominent national architectural firm dhk Architects claimed first place in the SAPOA 2011 Excellence Awards in the Other category for its work on the innovative UWC Life Sciences development.  The Life Sciences building at the University of the Western Cape is a modern, sophisticated institutional research laboratory which has fused six departments into a single […]

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Indian speaker, Vimal Gahlot, to discuss the integration of Mass Rapid Transit

The second annual Sustainable Transport and Mobility Conference, to be held September 20-21 at Emperors Palace, is proud to announce that international Research Scholar, Vimal Gahlot, from Jaipur, India will join the diverse and impressive mix of local and international speakers. Gahlot will discuss the integration of Mass Rapid Transit System with Para transit offering […]

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Chris Mulder receives highest award from us alma mater

Dr Chris Mulder, one South Africa’s foremost land planners and urban designers and a highly innovative property developer, is to receive the highest honour awarded by his alma mater, Texas A&M University, one of the largest Universities in the United States, at a gala occasion and ceremony on April 26.   Past recipients of the […]

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Three top architects for C&CI 2011 masterclass

Three leading overseas architects have accepted invitations to deliver public lectures and be mentors at the Cement & Concrete Institute’s 2011 International Masterclass for architects in June this year.   Angelo Bucci and Elena Rocchi from Spain, and Claudio Vekstein from Argentina, will deliver Continuing Professional Development-accredited public lectures in Johannesburg, Cape Town and in […]

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New Design in Hospitality confex puts experience-driven hospitality in the spotlight

15 – 16 September 2011, The Forum, Turbine Hall, Newtown, Johannesburg Thebe Exhibitions & Projects Group announced the launch of Design in Hospitality (DiH), the first confex of its kind to be held in South Africa. The inaugural two-day event will take place on 15 and 16 September at The Forum, Turbine Hall, Newtown, Joburg. […]

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