ROSE, ErnestBorn: fl. 1916
Little is currently known about Rose except that he was a member of the Association of Transvaal Architects in 1916 and a member of the Society of Architects (South African branch) by 1917. He was also on active service during the First World War with the 1st South African Infantry. He moved to the Cape after the war and registered there as a member of the Institute of South African Architects in 1927. By 1935 he had moved to Natal where he was working in Durban in the office of G LE SUEUR. By 1946 he was working in Pietermaritzburg.
ISAA 1927. (AB&E Jan 1927:19 ill; ISAA mem list; Jnl ATA Dec 1916:45, 46; Jnl ATA Dec 1917:110)
Submitted and entry for the Competition for the new Prime Minister's Residence - unplaced.
All truncated references not fully cited in 'References' are those of Joanna Walker's original text and cited in full in the 'Bibliography' entry of the Lexicon.
Books citing ROSE
|ISAA. 1927. Register of Members the Institute of South African Architects. Johannesburg: ISAA (Unpublished Record). pp R7|
|McLachlan, Gavin. 1993. The Dream Houses of Mill Park. Port Elizabeth: Department of Architecture, University of Port Elizabeth. pp 24, 78|