Architects on mission to stop demolition of ‘iconic’ Durban home

The derelict house, once owned by a pioneering architect, has historical significance, they argue

22 September 2020 - 19:13

A group of Durban architects are fighting to save an iconic home - regarded as a “modernist architectural gem” - from being demolished by the owner who has plans to develop the site into a healthcare facility.

The heritage committee of the SA Institute of Architects in KwaZulu-Natal has rallied support from the architectural and heritage fraternity nationally to object to the owner consolidating the property with his neighbouring site for future development...

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