The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront is one of the great South African adaptive reuse case studies. Below is an in depth article on the work conducted during the first phase of this landmark project (completed 1990/1). The piece appeared in the 1992 edition of Restorica, the journal of the Simon van der Stel Foundation (today the Heritage Association of South Africa).
Notice of Heritage Impact Assessment for alterations and additions to existing structures located at the National Health Laboratory Services Campus - 1 Modderfontein Road, RE/70/61-IR of the farm Rietfontein, in terms of the regulations pertaining to Section 38 of the National Heritage Resources Act, 1999. The National Health Laboratory Services intends to perform alteration and additions to existing structures located on its campus at 1 Modde
This book could have fooled me! It is a large format, folio sized book in paperback binding. It is all about the Anglo Boer War. It is meant to look like a newspaper. It is a scrap book of the weekly edition of a local newspaper called the "War Reporter." Each issue is two pages long and the series runs from 1899 to 1901. It looks like a compilation of republished and neatly bound newspaper front pages.