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Exploratory Projects


Year: 2008
Area: Ardagger in the district of Amstetten in Lower Austria
Description: Design for a proposed 200 unit residential lifestyle estate with village square, on a 30ha site.


Year: 2015
Area: Kinshasa, Lingwala Arrondissement
Description: Proposal for development planning via GIS implementation for district planning in the capital city.


Year: 2015
Area: Akwaba, Abidjan
Description: Design response to RFQ for master planning of mixed use, integrated precinct.


Year: 2012
Area: Arandis
Description: Design for a proposed 2,000unit residential extension to Arandis.


Year: 2008
Area: north-eastern Romania, near Cluj-Napoca
Description: Assessment of 50,000ha of land for major regional tourism nodes and new town developments. Included master planning of 5 golf course estates, a ski resort village, 2 vineyard estates, 5 ski pistes and associated mountain nature reserve, and implementation sequencing for an investment proposal.


Year: 2014
Area: Klapmuts, Paarl
Description: Proposed sustainable and integrated (land use and income) development of 450 units and 20,000m2GLA commercial space, with parks and public squares on behalf of the Fair Valley Farm Workers Association.

Year: 2012
Area: Witsands, Southern Cape Coast
Description: Design for a proposed 370 medium density residential estate in a fynbos nature reserve.

Year: 2008
Area: Pinelands, Cape Town
Description: Rezoning and subdivision application for 2,500 apartments and 40,000m2 commercial on Conradie Hospital site (application made, but eventually abandoned).

Year: 2008
Area: Lenasia, Gauteng
Description: Feasibility assessment and detail layout planning for 25,000m2 commercial GLA, 250 industrial units and 1000 mixed typology residential units.

Year: 2008
Area: Holly Country, near Sasolburg, Free State
Description: Conceptual masterplanning for regeneration of mining town, to include residential golf course estate and town centre regeneration.

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