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  1. Un[fractured]brew: architecture as a generator of identity through addressing preconceived divisions in craft beer
    Ortner, Mark, 2014-10-07T10:09:15Z
    This document is submitted in partial fulfilment for the degree: Master of Architecture [Professional] at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, in the year 2013. ...
  2. [Enabling Terroir] :a sustainable ecosystem of creation, healing & heritage on Meerlus Bosbou
    Shapiro, Andrea Lori, 2014-10-07T10:30:02Z
    This thesis addresses the conditions experienced by a farm working community living on Meerlust Bosbou in the Cape Winelands, Western Cape. The programme includes a winery, a restaurant, tasting room, exhibition hall, therapy rooms, digital library, daycare centre, greenhouse and laboratories, ex ...
  3. Architectural preservation: rehabilitating identity: a new chapter for an existing construct
    Schekman, Suzanne, 2014-10-07T10:45:11Z
    This dissertation document began as a journey of discovery of a new city, filled with many hidden historical treasures, some sadly forgotten about, left abandoned and neglected falling to ruins, misused and unappreciated. Relocating from Durban to Johannesburg, my eyes where opened to a completely ...
  4. Playscape: designing for children in Berea and Hillbrow
    Van Ryneveld, Philippa, 2014-10-07T10:50:45Z
    Th is document is submitted in partial fulfi lment for the degree: Master of Architecture [Professional] at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, in the year 2013. ...
  5. Sport(scape) : gateway to the Ellis Park sports precinct - accessibility and inclusion through education and health
    Newell, Kim, 2014-10-07T11:00:24Z
    South Africa has a history of segregation and prejudice. In the past sport has been used as an oppressive force to control certain population groups. Even today, 19 years after democracy was established, not everybody has equal access to sporting facilities. This project centres around the Ellis Par ...
  6. Party sanctuary: Boksburg"s home to hedonism
    Michael, Tarryn, 2014-10-07T11:07:14Z
    Boksburg’s landscape is home to many left-over, forgotten, and wasteful spaces which offer no return. This dissertation will explore these elusive landscapes, and through design, breach one of these thresholds. Humans long for refuge. Nature should return. This dissertation explores the theory o ...
  7. Bicycle plant- A bicycle factory for Olympia Park in the heart of Springs
    Botha, Frederik Hendrik, 2014-10-07T11:22:02Z
    This document is submitted in partial fulfilment for the degree: Master of Architecture [Professional] at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, in the year 2013. ...
  8. Rhinonomics: a biodiversity center in the cradle of human kind in support of a legalised rhino horn trade
    McCormack, Duane Allan, 2014-10-07T11:39:19Z
    A fading legacy Through the intensive investigation of the rhino trade, the thesis proposes the development of a biodiversity center to serve as a research, education, training and enforcement facility which will support a legalized rhino horn trade. The relationship between architecture and na ...
  9. [re]Mapping the airport: business conference centre & hotel at Lanseria
    Dean, Jennifer, 2014-10-07T11:48:01Z
    The imagery of flight remains one of the most captivating views in history. The bird’s eye view it gives to man has helped him to gain an understanding of a particular area, in addition to broadening his knowledge base. Air travel has time in sense (because of its convenience), and shaped citi ...
  10. Made in Istanbul: exploring heritage through a cultural intervention
    Eric, Nilufer Birce, 2014-10-09T09:13:36Z
    This document is submitted in partial fulfi lment for the degree: Master of Architecture [Professional] at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa, in the year 2013. ...