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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

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

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

7 Things you should know before Investing in a Vacant Plot

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Investing in the right piece of land is not always as simple as it would seem. Imagining your dream home is a romantic experience, but there are some very concrete factors which could make the difference between a good  and a great investment. Whatever the intention, there’s plenty to know before investing. Continue reading

KUBE architecture receives Special Commendation for Sustainable Construction

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The FynBloem Protea Packing Facility, designed by Cape Town based architectural Practice KUBE architecture,  received a highly commended award in this year’s ‘AfriSam Sustainable Construction’ category. The project, which acts as the face of the FynBloem brand uses creative initiatives to lessen the environmental impact and increase sustainability, not only during construction but also in the everyday running of the facility. The facility was also awarded the CSR award for Socially Responsible Development!  You can read more about what makes this project so successful here.

200,000 apply to first ever recruitment for Mars settlement

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On Monday non-profit organisation Mars One closed their first call for volunteer astronauts wanting to travel to the red planet. More than 200 000 from 140 countries applied for a one-way ticket to join a human settlement on mars. Continue reading