Browsing South African Architectural Record by Issue Date

Browsing South African Architectural Record by Issue Date

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  • Unknown author (Institutes of South African Architects and the Chapter of South African Quantity Surveyors, 1911)
    African Architect; the Journal of the Association of Transvaal Architects
  • Unknown author (Institutes of South African Architects and the Chapter of South African Quantity Surveyors, 1912)
    African Architect; the Journal of the Association of Transvaal Architects
  • Unknown author (Institutes of South African Architects and the Chapter of South African Quantity Surveyors, 1913)
    African Architect; the Journal of the Association of Transvaal Architects
  • Unknown author (Institutes of South African Architects and the Chapter of South African Quantity Surveyors, 1914)
    African Architect; a Journal devoted to the interests of the Architectural Profession in South Africa
  • Unknown author (Institutes of South African Architects and the Chapter of South African Quantity Surveyors, 1915)
    Country Life in South Africa with which is incorporated "The African Architect"
  • Unknown author (Institutes of South African Architects and the Chapter of South African Quantity Surveyors, 1916)
    South African Architectural Record
  • Unknown author (Institutes of South African Architects and the Chapter of South African Quantity Surveyors, 1917)
    South African Architectural Record
  • Unknown author (Institutes of South African Architects and the Chapter of South African Quantity Surveyors, 1918)
    South African Architectural Record
  • Unknown author (Institutes of South African Architects and the Chapter of South African Quantity Surveyors, 1919)
    South African Architectural Record
  • Unknown author (Institutes of South African Architects and the Chapter of South African Quantity Surveyors, 1920)
    South African Architectural Record
  • Unknown author (Institutes of South African Architects and the Chapter of South African Quantity Surveyors, 1921)
    South African Architectural Record
  • Unknown author (Institutes of South African Architects and the Chapter of South African Quantity Surveyors, 1922)
    South African Architectural Record
  • Unknown author (Institutes of South African Architects and the Chapter of South African Quantity Surveyors, 1923)
    South African Architectural Record
  • Unknown author (Institutes of South African Architects and the Chapter of South African Quantity Surveyors, 1924)
    South African Architectural Journal
  • Unknown author (Institutes of South African Architects and the Chapter of South African Quantity Surveyors, 1925)
    South African Architectural Record
  • Martienssen, Rex D (Association of Transvaal Architects, the Natal Institute of Architects and the South African Institute of Quantity Surveyors, 1925-06)
    For music being purely in time, and architecture being purely in space, each is convertable into the other, and that which in music is expressed by means of harmonious intervals of time and pitch, successfully may be ...
  • Unknown author (Institutes of South African Architects and the Chapter of South African Quantity Surveyors, 1926)
    South African Architectural Record
  • Unknown author (Institutes of South African Architects and the Chapter of South African Quantity Surveyors, 1927)
    South African Architectural Record
  • Martienssen, Rex D (The Association of Transvaal Architects, the Natal Institute of Architects and the South African Institute of Quantity Surveyors, 1927-09)
    "The old order changeth," and architecture is undergoing a slow transition; slow because a bouleversement in architecture is almost impossible, but nevertheless steady, as viewpoints change, and requirements limit the scope ...
  • Martienssen, Rex D (Transvaal, Natal and Orange Free State Provincial Institutes of South African Architects and the Chapter of South African Quantity Surveyors, 1927-12)
    London. The place, Trafalgar Square; the time, a Sunday afternoon in January... Perfect repose save a few scurrying foot passengers, a few buses grumbling and bumping their way through the slush.

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