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  • Unknown (2011-08-04)
    In the foreground is the old Standard Bank. In this photograph is embodied the character of the mining camp. A great forest of corrugated iron glistening in the midday sun.
  • Martienssen, Rex D (Transvaal, Natal and Orange Free State Provincial Institutes of South African Architects and the Chapter of South African Quantity Surveyors, 1939-11)
    "The Hellenistic house exemplifies a classic ideal. There is nothing haphazard in its shape.Craftmanship was merely a means to an end, and where we can find faults they can be attributed to a lack of technique or lack of ...
  • Stoloff, Cyril A. (2011-08-04)
    Letter detailling the history of Johannesburg's late Victorian Architecture, as dispalyed in the Cyrill Stoloff photograph collection. The photographs are held in the Architecture School, Library and Archival Collection, ...
  • Baker, Herbert (Sir) (2011-11-11)
    Baker, Herbert (Sir). House and stables for Col. Dalrymple. Parktown. Johannesburg. Transvaal houses.
  • Baker, Herbert (Sir) (2011-11-10)
    Herbert Baker (Sir). House for A.D. Pennant ESQ. Johannesburg. Plans, sections and elevations. Watercolour, paint and pencil on parchment. 785X530
  • Martienssen, Fassler, Cooke (2013-04-22)
    House Stern, ground & first floor drawing plan.
  • Martienssen, Rex D (Transvaal, Natal and Orange Free State Provincial Institutes of South African Architects and the Chapter of South African Quantity Surveyors, 1928-09)
    'No formula has yet been devised to obtain beauty in architecture. For beauty is not dependent on pure design. Forms nearly approaching the ideal, but bounded by unsympathetic materials will lack the essential quality."
  • Unkown (2011-07-25)
    The elaborate interior of Harris & Co. the Jewllers and Silversmiths, who were situated in a building in commissioner Street. The bric-a-brac cluttering up this interior is similar to that found in the Victorian home. Image 706.
  • Martienssen, Rex D (Transvaal, Natal and Orange Free State Provincial Institutes of South African Architects and the Chapter of South African Quantity Surveyors, 1931-12)
    "If we look back a few years in the rapid development of the new movement in European architecture we will find in general that there are two tendencies in the movement. A tendency towards nationalism and a tendency towards ...
  • Fitchett, Rowallan Hugh (2011-10-17)
  • Sihlongonyane, Mfaniseni (Scholarly Papers Series - 1, 2000)
    The main thrust of the argument in this paper is that underdevelopment of African countries lies with the differences between the Eurocentric and African values. As Eurocentric values informs the development paradigm and ...
  • Unkown (2011-07-25)
    President street. This later became the Catholic Club. Image 942.
  • Photo: Africana Museum (2011-08-04)
    On the site of the present Woolworth's Building, also the site of the original wood and iron structure of 1894. "Neo-Classic" facade. 1898.
  • Hawke & McKinlay (2011-07-25)
    From the original drawing by the archiects. Image 169.
  • WDH (South African Architectural Institute, 1959-11)
  • Martienssen, Rex D (Transvaal, Natal and Orange Free State Provincial Institutes of South African Architects and the Chapter of South African Quantity Surveyors, 1935-05)
    "Ons behoort sowel die toekoms as die verlede te skat indien ons geboue 'n vrolike agtergrond moet verskaf wat voldoende en ten volle in harmonie sal wees met ons lewenswyse."
  • Unknown (2011-08-02)
    View of the building fronting onto New Street North and Joubert Street. This buildingwas surrounded by tall blue-gum trees for many years, these striking an incongruous note in the city pattern. Johannesburg's first Court ...
  • Martienssen, Rex D (Transvaal, Natal and Orange Free State Provincial Institutes of South African Architects and the Chapter of South African Quantity Surveyors, 1937-08)
    "...I am all for a minimum of information and a maximum of wrangling."
  • Unknown (2011-08-04)
    The Market Hall on the left, the Colonial Trust Building and the African City Property Trust Building in the Centre. Date Unkown.
  • Unknown (2011-08-04)
    From the Post Office, looking South West. On the extreme right is the Market Hall. 1900.

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