At Waters Edge featured on Homify 360
Posted on April 10th, 2017
One of our recent works in Knysna is featured on the homify 360° website. “We take a quick look at a clean and serene holiday home located in one of the most beautiful and tranquil areas in the entire South Africa: Knysna. Yes, this house definitely has the ‘location’ prerequisite down when it comes to living fabulously, for it is located near the picturesque Garden Route with its lush forests and amazing wildlife. But of course trees and birds are not what we choose to focus on here on homify, so let’s take a look at the exterior (and interior) style of this dreamy structure.”
Check it out here At Waters Edge feature
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Africa’s transport leader
Posted on March 30th, 2015
The MyCiTi bus network in Cape Town was recognized as “a leader in the field of African public transport systems.” The city was especially commended on creating a balance between necessary urban development and sustainability. The first phase of the MyCiTi initiative was rolled out in 2007 with the aim of improving public transport in Cape Town to provide citizens and visitors with easy and safe access to the city. The system has since been expanding and now includes routes to previously isolated areas such as Atlantis.
Gallagher Lourens architects are proud to have been involved with the development of the MyCiTi bus depots, in particular the Inner City bus depot, the Stables bus depot and the Atlantis bus depot. We believe in creating sustainable designs that minimize the negative environmental impact of buildings by efficiency and moderation in the use of materials, energy, and development space.
Read more on MyCiTi’s website. short url link | THE SNEAKER BULLETIN