Boogertman + Partners Architects Website
Established in 1982, with offices in Johannesburg, Pretoria, Cape Town, Durban, and Kenya, Boogertman + Partners engages in projects throughout Africa and beyond continually embracing social, economic, and functional challenges through Human Centered Design.
Having gained national and international acclaim, Boogertman + Partners has successfully completed projects throughout Africa.
They are driven by a dynamic team of directors who share a vision for contextually responsible and innovative design; with a dedicated approach to the building process from project inception to execution. The team is complimented by talented professionals – urban designers, landscape architects, interior designers, architects, and technicians, including an in-house graphic design and marketing team.
Boogertman + Partners are a gold founder members of the Green Building Council.
Google Headquarters South Africa -The Google Jozi project boasts an accreditation of both a 5-star Green Star rating as well as a Gold Leed certification. The project was inspired by its contextual fabric of Johannesburg (or better known to locals as, Jozi), South Africa.The conceptual design was inspired by the visual language and culture of the vibrant city with its unique flavour and mix-match personality. Many items for the design were sourced from the city, contributing to the concept’s implementation through an authentic initiative to upcycle and reuse objects and non-conventional building media alike, consistent to the personality of the city. The project created a platform for questioning the standard approach to green design by reinterpreting… Read more
Wangari Muta Maathai House – a “beautiful, poetic and integrative” project in Nairobi, Kenya. Intended as a centre for commemoration and learning, the project is dedicated to the memory of the late Wangari Maathai… Read more
Department Of Environmental Affairs Building – The Department of Environmental Affairs in the City of Tshwane, based on the importance of a structure which reflects the culture of the Department, the way they work and function and what they stand for in terms of purpose, beliefs and service to the country and the community, allowing the project to achieve a 6 star green office v1 design rating. The design responds to an environmentally sensitive and sustainable architecture that equally is respected by international dignitaries, visitors, and tourists but above all be a home for the Department to be proud of and to remain memorable and beautiful that will inspire generations to come… Read more