Len Raymond

I had the privilege of attending a memorial gathering for Gawie Fagan at his world-famous house DIE ES, designed by Gawie and built by the family. When the Drakenstein Heritage Foundation visited their house last year we were treated to a humorous and eloquent account of the circumstances and details of the building of Die Es by his daughter Helena. There Tom Robertson, a junior architect in Gawie’s practice in the 70’s, paid moving tribute to this great Architect on our behalf.

 

[Originally published in 2014] The mill on Kromrivier farm in the Cederberg conservancy milled wheat for the first time in living memory on Saturday 4 November 2014, witnessed by associates of the Heritage Association of South Africa (HASA) from Drakenstein and Swellendam.

 

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