Westcliff Estate
Architect│Pierre Swanepoel 1
Credited with making a significant contribution to the evolution of the modernist house, this building never loses contact with the expansive views of the man-made landscape of Johannesburg and the Magaliesburg beyond. As one drives past the squat, mushroom shaped columns supporting the water body of the swimming pool above, one is constantly aware of the interconnection of landscape and built form…
Architect│Pierre Swanepoel 2
Architect│Pierre Swanepoel 3
 
Architect│Pierre Swanepoel 4
Cira on Jellicoe
Architect│Pierre Swanepoel 5
Architect│Pierre Swanepoel 6
Architect│Pierre Swanepoel 7
The new free standing gallery annex is a functional extension of the existing gallery, located in Rosebank, Johannesburg.   The building consists of a single flexible gallery space, storage, business lounge, offices and patio roof. It is designed to display modes of art such as video installations and large scale sculptures and can host global art auctions…
  Highveld Pavillion
Architect│Pierre Swanepoel 8
Architect│Pierre Swanepoel 9
Architect│Pierre Swanepoel 10
Architect│Pierre Swanepoel 11
This private guest cottage is situated in a lush smallholding along the Vaal River in Vanderbjlpark south of Johannesburg. The buildings function is as garden pavilions, with open entertain areas that also provide weekend accommodation. The building maximises the scenic surrounding by providing complete visual connection between the interior spaces and the surrounding landscape.
Epping Road Long House
Architect│Pierre Swanepoel 12
Architect│Pierre Swanepoel 13
Architect│Pierre Swanepoel 14
Situated in Forest Town, Johannesburg, this house attempts to complete the incomplete modernism. Its protest against modern architecture as a freestanding sculpture to be admired in monumental isolation is evident as it attempts rather to produce architecture of frontality respecting the idea of a street…
Multiple award winning South African architect Pierre Swanepoel.  http://www.studiomas.co.za

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