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As a philosophical architectural and heritage practitioner I am starting this blog to share information regarding events and concerns involving the built environment, but will probably be more partial to its poetic qualities than its quantitative value.
raymond smith, architectural and heritage practitioner
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House Stoney Ridge 2019 in Pringle Bay

House Stoney Ridge 2019

Heritage structure House Stoney Ridge, of which the original core cottage was built in 1948, is one of the first holiday houses built in Pringle Bay at the foot of Pringle peak. Restorative maintenance was undertaken to preserve the streetscape character and authentic spirit of place.

House Viljoen 2019

House Viljoen 2019

The philosophy behind the design of House Viljoen in Pringle Bay is one of scaling down but still having the conveniences expected from a larger structure without the required higher maintenance costs. Space has also been allowed for possible future additions.

Heritage statement of Stoney Ridge Villa by Raymond Smith

Stoney Ridge 2018/2019

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.