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KUBE architecture receives Award of Merit from CIFA

Each shed is shifted to allow light through the roof and walls which renders the interior space a warm dignified working environment and ameliorates its industrial aesthetic. This is its biggest accomplishment and a quality that is so often absent in these architectural building types.

2019 AFA Booklet, Cape Institute for Architects

On Wednesday evening KUBE architecture received an Architectural Award of Merit from the Cape Institute of Architecture. The award which acknowledges excellence and noteworthy contributions to the field of architecture was conferred at the CIFA Awards for Architecture held at the Cape Institute for Architecture. All submissions and Award Winners are exhibited for public viewing at The Architect Gallery, 71 Hout street.

You can find out more about the Award Winning Mouton Citrus Packing Facility here

The full write up as issued by the Cape Institute for Architects follows:

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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

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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Tydstroom Freezer Facility

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The reach truck loading the first of over 2500 pallets onto the mobile racking system with the temperature maintained at a constant -20 degrees.

Cape Town architects, KUBE are pleased to announce that completion has been achieved at the Tydstroom Freezer Facility in Durbanville. The facility comprises of approximately 1000m2 of cold storage running at -20 degrees centigrade. The floor area is kept to an absolute minimum by introducing a mobile racking system. Not only does this allow the client to stack pallets six high but also reduces the floor area by 50 % compared to more conventional systems. Building costs are therefore reduced by a similar proportion, not to mention the refrigeration costs. Adjacent to the freezer is the +- 200m2 delivery and dispatch component, this being cooled to 10 degrees, balmy in comparison. Continue reading