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CTC Bazaars Reserve Stores, now Ackerman's Reserve Stores
Cape Town, Western Cape

Max POLICANSKY: Architect

Date:1936
Type:Store
Status:Extant
Street:Commercial St


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33°55'39.62" S 18°25'16.51" E
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(SAB Jan 1937:57 tend)

Accommodation consists of (i) storage space, (ii) garaging facilities for four trucks and servicing, provision of covered spaces for loading and unloading, and garaging at night for delivery vehicles. A restricted site with limited frontage. A security-conscious building with restricted openings. No lift or hoists are provided, a ramp links ground and 1 st-floor storage.

(Righini 1977:50)

CTC stands for Cape to Cairo.

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.


Writings about this entry

Righini, Paul. 1977. The work of Max Policansky. isilili sam sise africa : a journal of architecture and human settlements - University of Cape Town Volume 1, Number 1. pp 50-51
Herbert, Gilbert. 1975. Martienssen & the international style: The modern movement in South African architecture. Cape Town - Rotterdam: AA Balkema. pg 154