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Centre for Architectural Structures and Technology
This web site provides information ranging from the educational philosophy of C.A.S.T., to the tools and equipment available in this unique architectural research laboratory and studio.
SABS Design Institute
The publications of the Design Institute offer valuable information on a variety of design topics, from a historical perspective to educational and career opportunities, the protection of intellectual property and matters of current interest
South African Bureau of Standards (SABS)
SABS is a leading global provider of standards, management systems, business improvement and regulatory approval information.
Architecture Week:Great Buildings Collection provides images and links to great buildings and architecture across history and the world
Historic American Buildings Survey
Digitized items organised by the American Library of Congress. Included are achievements in architecture, engineering and landscape design
Marcel Breuer Digital Archive
Digital archive of architect and furniture designer. Contains over 30 000 drawings, photographs and letters digitized by the Syracuse University Libraries.
Masters of Architecture
MASTERS OF ARCHITECTURE is an ongoing series of colour images from PIDGEON AUDIOVISUAL and WORLD MICROFILMS.
Please note all images are copyright protected
Cape Institute for Architecture
The Cape Institute for Architecture is affiliated to the South African Institute of Architects (SAIA) and is one of eleven regional institutes. The Institute is constituted according to the Architects Act 44 of 2000. All member categories are required to be registered with the statutory body, the South African Council for the Architectural Profession (SACAP).
Cape Institute for Architecture
The Institute’s core objectives are to promote the practice of architecture, to serve the interests of its members, and to support the integrity of the profession through maintaining its code of conduct and professional competence as established by the national bodies: The South African Institute of Architects (SAIA) and the South African Council for the Architecture Profession (SACAP).
South African Council for the Architectural Profession
The South African Council for the Architectural Profession (SACAP) is the regulatory authority for the architectural profession. SACAP is responsible for: Providing for registration of persons within the architectural profession; Protecting the public against unprofessional conduct by registered persons; Guiding the profession and promoting the standards of education and training in the Built Environment.
South African Council for the Landscape Architectural Professions
SACLAP strives to establish, direct, sustain and ensure a high level of professional responsibilities and ethical conduct within the art and science of landscape architecture with honesty, dignity and integrity in the broad interest of public health, safety and welfare of the community.
South African Institute of Architects
The South African Institute of Architects is a voluntary association of affiliated and regional institutes established in 1996 and incorporates the previous national Institute of South African Architects (established in 1927) and the regional Institutes of Architects of the former Cape (founded 1899), Eastern Province (founded in 1900 as the Port Elizabeth Society of Architects), Border (founded in 1946 as the East London Chapter of the Cape Provincial Institute), KwaZulu-Natal (founded in 1901), Orange Free State (founded in 1921) and Transvaal (founded in 1909). The Pretoria Institute of Architects was established in 1993 and the following new regional institutes were established in 1996: Northern Cape, North West, Limpopo (founded as Northern Province) and Mpumalanga.