Blog launched to share, celebrate and debate SA architecture and interior spaces

Leading interior solutions company, Saint-Gobain Gyproc has announced the launch of the their blog, FutureSpaces, which is the result of the identified need to create a central repository for South African Architects, Interior Designers, Developers, Homeowners and clients to share best practices, highlight key building trends, explore sustainability issues and celebrate great work.

FutureSpaces provides a digital “space” for architects and interior design professionals to share their work, be inspired by local and international work and offer comment on issues they feel are key to the success of their respective professions.

For developers and homeowners it provides informative and fresh points of view on alternative building materials and design solutions for the future.

Feature writes will review spaces that have embraced new materials and worked towards efficient approaches that yield high performance and beautiful spaces.

FutureSpaces is being led at the helm by respected local architect, Mr Hugh Fraser. “I am looking for work from different regions, with interesting use of materials, across different genres, designed with varying budgets that ultimately create efficient and comfortable environments,” explained Hugh.

“We have always valued being open and accessible to our customers and future customers and this online platform presents the perfect opportunity for Saint-Gobain Gyproc to engage with our stakeholders stimulating debate and sharing knowledge about the very exciting world of architecture and interior spaces,” commented Evan Lockhart-Barker, GM of Marketing Saint Gobain-Gyproc.

Interest in the blog is steadily growing and it has already been identified as a credible information sharing platform by industry experts who have posted a number of interesting submissions. Do visit the FutureSpaces blog at and view the array of commercial, residential and retail spaces, with associated dialogue and images posted by celebrated professionals across South Africa.

Please feel free to email submissions to be considered for inclusion on Future Spaces to

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