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IMMELMAN, Stephanus Rhyno

Born: ?
Died: 1958

Architect


Was born in Paarl, the only child of the Immelman family. He received his primary education at La Rochelle and matriculated from Paarl Gymnasium before going to study further at Cape Town. He qualified in 1924 and was listed as a probationer of the RIBA in Cape Town that year. He set up practice on his own account in Cape Town at 4 Church Square. By 1928 he was living in East London and by 1933 had returned to Paarl. According to Albertyn (1990), Immelman often employed the Art Deco style and motifs in his buildings.

ISAA 1928. (Albertyn 1990; ISAA mem list; SAAR Aug 1959:38 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.

List of projects

With photographs
With notes


African Mutual Trust Building: 1937. Paarl, Western Cape - Architect
Dick & Allsop Shops: 1935. Paarl, Western Cape - Architect
Die Perelse Boedel en Agentskap Maatskappy Beperk bldg: 1934. Paarl, Western Cape - Architect
Flats and shops: 1935. Paarl, Western Cape - Architect
House, Durr St: 1935. Paarl, Western Cape - Architect
House, La Mode St: 1933. Paarl, Western Cape - Architect
House, Plein Street: 1934. Paarl, Western Cape - Architect
House, Septimus St: 1934. Paarl, Western Cape - Architect
House, Victoria St: 1937. Paarl, Western Cape - Architect
La Rochelle Girls' High School: 1935. Paarl, Western Cape - Architect
La Rochelle Hostel: 1935. Paarl, Western Cape - Architect
La Rochelle Primary School: 1936. Paarl, Western Cape - Architect
Paarl Hotel: 1938 : n.d.. Paarl, Western Cape - Architect
Royal Hotel, facade (now Paarl Hotel): 1938. Paarl, Western Cape - Architect
Shops and offices: 1934. Paarl, Western Cape - Architect
Standard Bank: c1939. Worcester, Western Cape - Architect

Books citing IMMELMAN

Albertyn, E. 1992. Die argitektuur van die Paarl tussen die twee Wêreldoorloë. Stellenbosch: University of Stellenbosch: Unpublished thesis. pp

SAWW & Donaldson, K. 1944. South African Who's Who (Social and Business) 1944. Cape Town: Ken Donaldson. pp 249