When: 29 Jun 2017 , from 17:30 to 19:30
Where: Cape Institute for Architecture, 71 Hout Street, Cape Town
CPD Validated: 0.2 credits (Validated by cia)
Price: Non-member Price: R150, Members Price: R75
Tarna Klitzner, Charlotte Chamberlain & Nicola Irving will join a conversation talking about 2 projects where small interventions resulted in a shift in the divise spatial paradigm of the still prevalent Apartheid planning, allowing for more interconnected and social places.
Charlotte Chamberlain & Nicola Irving is a practice of 2 principle architects who share premises with TKLA (Tarna Klitzner Landscape Architects), and have a close working relationship with them. Both practices are involved with teaching at UCT, in Landscape and Architecture.
The Cape Institute for Architecture (CIfA a region of SAIA) was formed in 1899, and is the largest regional architecture body in South Africa, with the potential to influence development in the city of Cape Town and the wider region.
The Institute’s core objectives are to promote the practice of architecture, to serve the interests of its members, and to support the integrity of the profession through maintaining its code of conduct and professional competence as established by the national bodies: The South African Institute of Architects(SAIA) and the South African Council for the Architectural Profession (SACAP).
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