One of the earliest holiday villas built in Pringle Bay in 1948 by Jock van Niekerk, who was a Springbok rugby player, needs restorative maintenance as well as increased accommodation.
While conserving its heritage value and re-instating certain lacunae, the simple 3-bay Troskie Cottage in Stanford is being refurbished to accommodate a contemporary lifestyle.
Six floors of the New Zealand House office block in Cape Town CBD are spatially divided and re-designed to accommodate apartments while the building exterior will receive minimal intervention.
Re-development of the original 1942 WWII radar station barracks resulted in Brigadoon Village, a dementia assisted living facility under construction, situated in the significant Stony Point area of Betty's Bay.
Though low in architectural value, the 60+ single storey House Platdak cottage is situated in environs of high significance in De Wet's Bay, Betty's Bay.
Transforming House Hendrikz (graded IIIC structure in Kleinmond) into a modern holiday house yet preserving its heritage value, saved it from being demolished.
Part of a WWII historical grouping in the immediate area in Betty's Bay, the architectural practitioner ensured historical preservation while adding a 3rd layer of accretions.
House Fritz, a 1920's single storey double pitch cottage in Kleinmond, maintained both historical and use value through well contemplated architectural re-development.
Responsible alterations to Graaff House in Arniston enhanced its landmark quality architectural heritage value while contributing to the cultural evolution of place.
Thought to be a IIIB heritage grade corrugated fisherman's cottage, the sensibly re-developed Kleinbaai site takes cognisance of the scale of the cottage.