The Franco-Namibian Cultural Centre (FNCC) in Namibia’s capital, Windhoek, is the result of a bi-national competition held in October 1997 between five groups of French and Namibian Architects.
Buhrmann & Partners Offices
The result of a mini competition, the new office complex for Bührmann & Partners Consulting Engineers is the manifestation of a longstanding working relationship between the respective practices
10 Ossmann Street
The refurbishment of a tired 1950’s residence in the verdant suburb of Klein Windhoek offered an opportunity to explore the intimate spaces required for living against a fixed plan template of the existing
Peter Katjivivi Lecture Halls
As a result of unprecedented and exponential growth in student numbers the University of Namibia has embarked on a concerted and focused investment in teaching and learning infrastructure.
Ernst & Young Offices
As a building that represents an innovative, unconventional, and rather exceptional company, the new Namibian head office for Ernst & Young Chartered Accountants has been conceived to give expression
Gross Barmen Resort
Gross Barmen, or Otjikango (“weak spring running over rocky ground”) as it was once known, is a very special place, steeped in history and deeply rooted in the early development of Namibia.
Eliakim Namundjebo Plaza
The new Hilton (ENP Plaza) Hotel in Windhoek, Namibia, forms the first phase of the proposed Freedom Square development, an 80,000m² mixed-use precinct in the heart of the capital
Burmeister & Partners
Burmeister is a large multi-disciplinary engineering company with a staff complement of around 60. Having outgrown the converted heritage building with its warren-like plan layout from which they had been operating for many years, ...