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House Lipschitz - Noordhoek
Houghton, Johannesburg, Gauteng

John Albert HOOGTERP: Architect 1938
FRASER + LLOYD: Architect 1969

Date:1938 : 1969
Client:Maurice Lipschitz
Street:11 Seventh Avenue


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26°09'38.05" S 28°03'44.12" E Alt: 1684m

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HOOGTERP designed Noordhoek at the corner of 7th Avenue and 4th Street Lower Houghton; his contribution to the posh suburb below the ridge – not a white flat-roofed cubist villa associated with l'Esprit nouveau via MARTIENSSEN – but a white double-storey gable house in stockbroker’s Cape Dutch for Maurice Lipschitz, member of the Johannesburg Stock Exchange: teak windows, half-shutters, north stoep and a giant south gable to address the driveway entrance.

[CHIPKIN, CLIVE M. 2008. Johannesburg Transition - Architecture & Society from 1950. Johannesburg: STE Publishers. p. 64.]

Alterations were made to the house in 1969 by FRASER + LLOYD.

The house has been restored and is in beautiful, pristine condition.(2011). Information kindly sent to us by Marius Lombard.

Writings about this entry

Chipkin, Clive M. 2008. Johannesburg Transition - Architecture & Society 1950 - 2000. Johannesburg: STE Publishers. pg 64
MacMillan, Allister & Rosenthal, Eric. 1948. Homes of the Golden City. Cape Town: Hortors. pg 169
van der Waal, Gerhard-Mark. 1987. From Mining Camp to Metropolis - The buildings of Johannesburg 1886-1940. Pretoria: Human Sciences Research Council. pg 235