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Architecture

The NMUSoA 2nd year exhibition, in collaboration with the Point Discovery Board (www.pointdiscoverycentre.com), presents design proposals for the Point Discovery Interpretation Centre. The interpretation centre has arisen out of recent discoveries made in a cave at Pinnacle Point, which are the earliest findings of modern human behavior, and gives significant insight into our human origins. The Architectural Engagement with Our Human Origins Exhibition, will include urban proposals for the Mossel Bay Point and consolidated design proposals for the Interpretation Centre presented through graphic and large scale model mediums.
Milde McWilliams Memorial Lecture 2018 presented by Heinrich Wolff and Ilze Wolff. 25 September 2018, South Campus Auditorium, Nelson Mandela University. 
Archive Exhibition
02/07/2018
The first-year on exhibition during the Archive Department exhibition 2013.
Urban Assembly 2013
02/07/2018
The work of the first-year students showcased at the 2013 Urban Assembly.
Project A.R.C.E.E
22/04/2017
Every year the second year architecture students embark on a photography project. For many students this is the first time that they work with a DSL camera. The outcome of the 2017 cohort was phenomenal. The introduction to photography was arranged in five categories. Capturing texture on campus, reflect on the aftermath of the devastating fire, exploring and experimenting with balloons and strawberries. The exhibition of the work is currently on at the Department of Architecture.
Student Work 2016
25/02/2017
The work of our top 5th year students are uploaded under the student work section. It contains the Corobrik entry for 2016 and top three students. Be inspired! 
AfrikaBurn 2016
18/04/2016

X = PLACE

The 2nd year design class AA2 at the NMMU Department of Architecture has put together an installation for the AfrikaBurn arts festival.  The project aims to offer students to experience a hands on approach towards the learning of architecture and exposure to the SA arts culture. The architectural content explores the issue of separation and place in architecture.

The exhibition entitled PALLADIO AND THE MODERN shows the first two projects of the first year students just arrived from school with little experience in architectural drawings and building architectural models. 

Their dedicated commitment to the task given, 288 drawings and 144 models in total 432 exhibition pieces, forms part of a three year research program of 2013, 2014 and 2015 in architectural composition given by the Senior Lecturer Arch. Ernst Struwig, Dr. Magda Minguzzi and Arch. Jean-Pierre Basson.

Prize Giving
30/03/2016

Annual School of Architecture Prize Giving will be held on Thursday, 14 April 2016 at 18:00 for 18:30.

The exhibition entitled AN INTERPRETATION OF INVISIBLE CITIES BY ITALO CALVINO shows a selection of collages realized by the first year students (2015, 2016) in the course of Architectural presentation technique in collaboration with Design 1.

Workshops 2016
30/03/2016

The NMMU Department of Architecture is in pursuit of advancing its engagement with furthering education. In this context, it is building up various prestigious initiatives with relevant role players to achieve this goal.

One such initiative is the INTERNATIONAL ARCHITECTURE WORKSHOPS.

 

Contact information
Ms Lourine Smith
School Secretary
Tel: +27 41 5042719
Lourine.Smith@mandela.ac.za