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IRVINE-SMITH, Charles Chudleigh

Born: 1914 09 13
Died: ?

Architect

SACA:
Reg No: 739
Year registered: 1940

ARIBA 1940; ISAA 1940; FRIBA 1954.

BArch 1937 (University of the Witwatersrand) DipTP

Studied architecture at the University of the Witwatersrand from March 1934; he graduated in June 1937 and took a further diploma in Town Planning. For a year (July 1937-1938) he worked in the office of an as yet unidentified architect. During his studies he made an architectural tour of Europe (1935). After the Second World War he became chief architect to the Director of Housing for the Union Government. He began practice on his own account in Johannesburg in 1946.

He was a partner in the firm KENNEDY, FURNER, IRVINE-SMITH & JOUBERT and later, in the 1960s, IRVINE-SMITH, JOUBERT & LENNARD, both in Johannesburg.

(ISAA mem list; FRIBA nom papers (1954); SAB Aug 1940:29)

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 by IRVINE-SMITH

Connell, PH; Irvine-Smith, C; Jonas, K; Kantorowich, R & Wepener, FJ . 1939. Native housing. Johannesburg: University of the Witwatersrand, unpublished collective BArch thesis

Books citing IRVINE-SMITH

ISAA. 1959. The Yearbook of the Institute of South African Architects and Chapter of SA Quantity Surveyors 1958-1959 : Die Jaarboek van die Instituut van Suid-Afrikaanse Argitekte en Tak van Suid-Afrikaanse Bourekenaars 1958-1959. Johannesburg: ISAA. pp 92, 186

ISAA. 1969. The Yearbook of the Institute of South African Architects and Chapter of SA Quantity Surveyors 1968-1969 : Die Jaarboek van die Instituut van Suid-Afrikaanse Argitekte en Tak van Suid-Afrikaanse Bourekenaars 1968-1969. Johannesburg: ISAA. pp 95, 120

Chapters in books citing IRVINE-SMITH

Fisher, Roger C. The Third Vernacular: Pretoria Regionalism — Aspects of an Emergence: in 1998. Architecture of the Transvaal: pp 123