IN THE MEDIA
Article in the latest Architect and Builder Magazine, featuring a project of ours that opened to the public on 28 April 2018.
Envisioned as a modern pavilion for art, the Norval Foundation overlooks an indigenous landscaped garden that integrates a rehabilitated wetland, sculpture park, amphitheater and picnic site with incredible lighting and high level building energy management system.
Article in the latest Architect and Builder Magazine, featuring a project of ours that's underway and due for completion July 2018.
An office conversion into residential apartments meets the growing demand for accommodation in the CBD.
dhk architects has unveiled proposals for an elegant new office development, 35 Lower Long, situated in Cape Town’s growing Foreshore precinct.
Designed for land owner Ellerine Brothers and developers Abland, the new tower replaces a lower building designed in the late eighties.
As one of the first of a cluster of taller buildings envisaged in a presently underdeveloped area that is rapidly emerging as Cape Town’s financial centre, the design of the building not only provides world class office space but aims to invigorate this part of the city, both on street level and within the greater city scape.
The sculptural building is characterised by dynamic glazed facades which extend seamlessly over the office and parking levels. New retail spaces animate the entire length of the street frontage, which sits on a busy pedestrian route across the city, breathing new life into the area. The wing-like glazing on the street-facing facades soars upwards past the chamfered corners of the building, creating a dynamic addition to the street and skyline.
The building will provide 13,470m˛ of premium office space and 334m 2 of retail, and will be completed early 2020.
This development was recently featured in the August 2017 edition of Visi Magazine.
View this link for the full article and breathtaking photographs.
We are thrilled to have this project featured in the latest Architect and Builder magazine.
16 on Bree is an exciting new development for Converge Consulting, working with FWJK Architects.
The R760 Million 36-storey mixed use high rise residential development, with ground floor retail shops, is located in the epicenter of of the vibrant Bree Street node of Cape Town.
This exciting development was mentioned in a great article of the February 2017 issue of Architect and Builder.
16 on Bree - Cape Towns Tallest Residential Building
A great article, in the Property Wheel February 2017, featuring Converge Consulting as the Electrical Engineers on the project
After 20 months of hard work, Converge Consulting is featured in the latest Architect and Builder magazine for the new KPMG offices in Cape Town! You'll see this iconic building going up as you drive past the Cape Town Foreshore over the next 24 months.
A great article, featuring this exciting R400 Million project, where Converge Consulting are working with FWJK Architects as the Electrical Engineers.
One of our current projects, located in Observatory, Cape Town, was mentioned in the Architect and Builder magazine. Obs Court is a student housing development, and is due for completion in December 2017. To view the article click here