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Book

Author:Prinsloo, Ivor (Editor)
Year:2000
Title:Architecture 2000 : a review of South African architecture
Place:Cape Town
Publisher:Picasso Headline

''Architecture 2000 is set out as a 'time-line' recording the development of South African architecture, providing a commentary on its architectural heritage and emergence of a South African identity. ... This publication will stand as a New Millennium testament for those architects who have worked so tirelessly to ensure that their country's architecture is understood and appreciated from both an African and international perspective. ...' Prof George Henderson for the Commonwealth Association of Architects as then President.

Chapters/Entries in this book

Messages

Various15
Foreword

Prinsloo, Ivor19
A personal view

Lipman, Alan23
South African architecture in this century

Lewcock, Ronald25
Tracing a time line

Visagie, Inge27
1990-2000

Various30
A South African style-line

Fisher, Roger C45
1980-1990

Various54
1970-1980

Various64
Louis Isador Kahn

Prinsloo, Ivor70
1960-1970

Various73
Team 10

Prinsloo, Ivor81
1950-1960

Various86
1930-1940

Various102
Brazil

Visagie, Inge109
1920-1930

Various112
Reflecting on the impacting role of le Corbusier on Twentieth Century architecture

Joubert, Ora118
1900-1920

Various121
A hundred years of conservation

Townsend, Stephen Stewart130
1800-1900

Various138
1652-1795

Various146
Prehistory-1652

Various155
Architecture in the African Renaissance

Jacobs, Hilary162
The Green Manifesto

Anonymous167
Architectural education in the New Millennium

Noero, Jo169
The Royal Institute of British Architects and South African architecture

Gibbs-Kennet, Peter171
University Professors

Anonymous172
Architecture Bibliography

Various173