Category Archives: Cape Town Architects

Bamco Drone Photography

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KUBE architecture recently started work on a 20000m2 Fruit Packing Facility in Ceres. This is what it looks like from way up there… Continue reading

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The Harrington

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The East city precinct has silently grown in popularity with creatives and corporates alike. Earmarked by the city as a special design and development district, the Cape Town coffee capital has slowly been cultivating its culture with major role players such as Haas and the steampunk inspired Truth claiming their piece of the sidewalk. Cultural bodies such as the Cape Town City Hall, the Central Library and the District 6 Museum have been drawing locals and tourists alike to the area while the Cape Technicon has ensured that the area is fueled by a steady flow of fresh intellectual capital.  Bree street and the foreshore have been taking the lion’s share of the spotlight, but competitive property prices and potential is what drew the attention of the Blend Property Group to this sector of the city. Continue reading

Virginia Avenue

KUBE-23-virginia-avenue-01KUBE architecture recently assisted  some friends in sprucing up their Vredehoek cottage. This is how it came out… Continue reading

Residence 1485 Franschoek

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Residence 1485, a new edition to the KUBE architecture portfolio is nestled in the mountains overlooking the town of Franschoek. The appointment is the result of an invited competition. You can see the original entry here. With neighbours Chamonix Wine Estate and Black Elephant Winters the location suggests a lifestyle of congeniality, Continue reading

Lourensford Packing Facility

KUBE architecture recently had the privilege of being involved in the upgrading of the packing facilities at Lourensford Estate in Somerset West. Following are some images of what transpired.

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Lourensford Packing Facility North-West Perspective © KUBE architecture

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Residence 1485 Franschoek

KUBE-Presentation-00 Cape Town architects, KUBE, have been appointed to design a new residence in the Franschoek Valley. The commission which is the result of an invited competition, will cover an area of around 600m2 and is due for construction late in 2015. A number of local architectural practices were approached to conceptualize a family home based on the client’s program. This is what KUBE architecture came up with… Continue reading

8 Helpful Hints for House Shopping

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Alteration to Existing Residence, Oranjezicht, Cape Town by KUBE architecture

 It’s one of the most important decisions you’ll ever make and yet, after weeks of sacrificing Sunday afternoons your head is spinning and you are even more confused… House hunting can be draining, and if you make the wrong decision the consequences will follow you around for a long time yet, so we’ve put together a list of things which could help you make the right choice. Continue reading