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STURROCK, Frederick Lamond (Jock)Born: 1913 07 23
Reg No: 734
Year registered: 1939
Practised in Cape Town from 1939. He studied at the Architectural Association in London for five years from October 1933. During vacations at this period he travelled, visiting France, Holland and Sweden and gained office experience with Stanley Hall and with Easton V Robertson (in London?); in 1939 he was elected an Associate member of the RIBA, his papers being signed by R Furneaux Jordan. He returned to South Africa as war broke out and volunteered for active service with the South African Air Force in 1940, on his return in 1945 he began practice in Cape Town.
ARIBA 1939; ISAA 1939; FRIBA 1955. (ARIBA nom papers (1939); FRIBA nom papers (1955); ISAA mem list)
The two architects, FL STURROCK and Jack BARNETT, submitted the Fourth Premiated Design in the Johannesburg Civic Centre Competition, 1962 - placed equal fourth with MORGENSTERN & MORGENSTERN and with MOROSS & GRAFF.
[Submitted by William MARTINSON]
He was listed in the staff register of the University of Cape Town in 1960 through to 1970.
List of projects With photographs
|1820 Settlers' National Monument: 1967. Makhanda (Grahamstown), Eastern Cape - Architect |
|Civic Centre: 1957-1961. Klerksdorp, North West - Architect |
|Municipal Offices: 1961. Central, Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu-Natal - Architect |
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