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SAHETI Campus
Senderwood, Johannesburg, Gauteng

VARIOUS: Architect

Date:n.d.
Type:School
Status:Extant

The SAHETI Campus comprises:
Nursery School
Primary School
High School

Development was not quite as Clearcut as 3 Phases - there were Minor (Sub-Phases) in between Major Phases:

PHASE 1.0 (MIRA FASSLER KAMSTRA) (+-1973-1975) :
Gateway, Approach Road + Parking
AVLI (Outdoor Amphitheatre) + Foundation Stone (a Pyramid in Pentelic Marble)
Administration
Exhibition Foyers
Library + Courtyard
Classrooms + Multi-Purpose Performance Space
Nursery School (PHASE 1)
Associated Landscape
Staff Accommodation + Maintenance Building
Additions of Classrooms (PHASES 1.1 + 1.2 + 1.3) (+-1975-1978)

PHASE 2.0 (MIRA FASSLER KAMSTRA and MARCUS HOLMES - In Association) (+-1979-1980)
Fledgling Laboratory
Development of Library Courtyard
Addition of Multi-Purpose Classroom-Performance Space
Tuckshop
Music Practice Rooms
Expansion of Road + Parking Provision
Nursery School (PHASE 2)
Basketball + NetBall Courts
Associated Landscape
Library Loft Expansion (Not Built)
Chapel (Not Built)
Boarding Houses (Not Built)

PHASE 3.0 (FASSLER KAMSTRA + HOLMES) (1980-1982)
SAHETI CAMPUS MASTERPLAN
Major Administration
High School
Integrated Learning Resources Centre
Laboratories
Classrooms
Multi-Purpose Space
Expansion of Roads + Parking Provision
Theatre (Not Built)
Gymnasium (Not built)
(Construction Commenced - Inspection + Contract Administration completed by MALLOWS LOUW HOFFE after Resignation of FKH)

SUBSEQUENT PHASES (Miscellaneous Other Architects) (1982-Present)
Chapel (not to Design of FKH)
Music Centre
Miscellaneous Alterations + Additions
Olympic Swimming Pool
Sports Fields
Motorway related Bill Boards
Expansion of Roads + Parking Provision

Click here to view a pdf image of the three phases.

(Marcus HOLMES - submitted by William MARTINSON. May 2012)

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All truncated references not fully cited below are those of Joanna Walker's original text and cited in full in the 'Bibliography' entry of the Lexicon.