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STEWART, Robert Ian

Born: 1903 10 23
Died: 1947

Architect


Year registered: 1927

Reg Prob RIBA 1923-4 Fish Hoek, Cape; ISAA 1927; ARIBA 1937

Was possibly born in Cape Town where he was articled to WH GRANT for five years from 1921. He also studied at the Cape School of Architecture from its foundation in 1921 and later at the University of Cape Town on the inclusion of the school into the University. In 1926 he left to spend a year in Edinburgh with Dick, Peddie & Walker Todd, travelling on the continent and visiting Rome, Florence and other places. He also visited South America and Australia before returning to South Africa in 1927. He rejoined the office of WH Grant, and passed the RIBA examination held at the University of Cape Town in 1935. At the time he was resident at Heydon, Avenue Protea, Fresnaye, Sea Point and became an Associate member of the RIBA in 1937.

Also listed with slight variation in detail on the Dictionary of Scottish Architects.

(ARIBA nom papers (1937) 6607; RIBA Jnl Apr 1948:271 obit; SAAR May 1948:135 death notice)

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 STEWART

Brown, SM. 1969. Architects and others: an annotated list of people of South African interest appearing in the RIBA Journal 1880 1925. Johannesburg: Unpublished dissertation, University of the Witwatersrand. pp