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ROODT PARTNERSHIP, THE

Established: 1952

Architect


The firm was founded in 1952 by the late Professor Leon ROODT. Anton ROODT, his son, joined the firm in 1982 and became the managing partner in 1995.

They were part of the consortium responsible for the design of the Free State Stadium.

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 ROODT PARTNERSHIP, THE

Raman, Pattabi G and Olivier, Jako. 2009. Architecture of the third landscape : Award-winning buildings of the Free State. Bloemfontein: Exposure. pp 24-31, 36-45, 64-73

South African Institute of Architects. 2010. Awards : South African Institute of Architects. Awards for Excellence, Awards of Merit, Regional Awards for Architecture 2009/2010. Cape Town: Picasso for SAIA. pp 78

South African Institute of Architects. 2016. Awards : South African Institute of Architects. Awards for Excellence, Awards of Merit, Regional Awards for Architecture 2015/2016. Cape Town: Picasso for SAIA. pp 60

Chapters in books citing ROODT PARTNERSHIP, THE

FSIA Adjudication Panel. The Urban Hotel: in 2010. Awards : South African Institute of Architects. Awards for Excellence, Awards of Merit, Regional Awards for Architecture 2009/2010: pp 78

Raman, Pattabi G & Olivier, Jako. House Horne, Bloemfontein, Frikkie Horne / The Roodt Partnership: in 2009. Architecture of the third landscape : Award-winning buildings of the Free State: pp 24

Raman, Pattabi G & Olivier, Jako. House Pienaar, Bloemfontein, The Roodt Partnership: in 2009. Architecture of the third landscape : Award-winning buildings of the Free State: pp 36

Raman, Pattabi G & Olivier, Jako. Student Centre, Bloemfontein, The Roodt Partnership: in 2009. Architecture of the third landscape : Award-winning buildings of the Free State: pp 64

Gerneke, Gus. Apartheid Museum: in 2009. 10 years + 100 buildings: pp 126

Raman, Pattabi. House Pienaar: in 2009. 10 years + 100 buildings: pp 230

Joubert, 'Ora. House Horne Conversion: in 2009. 10 years + 100 buildings: pp 234

Joubert, 'Ora. Thakaneng Bridge Student Centre: in 2009. 10 years + 100 buildings: pp 238