Princess Magogo Stadium, KwaMashu Durban. Choromanski Architects

#Green Building Principles in #KwaMashu Durban – #FIFA 2010 training venue

#Princess Magogo Stadium -KwaMashu Durban – FIFA 2010 training venue Article by Dean Ramlal The project was initiated by the Strategic Projects Unit, of the eThekwini Municipality of the City of Durban in 2007,when it called for request for design tender proposals for upgrade to existing training and sports stadiums within KwaMashu, Umlazi, and Cleremont […]

What is African Architecture

http://www.designindaba.com/articles/creative-work/speak-speak-out-speak-back-africa-architecture-awards-2017

Lalela – Breaking down barriers and creating social cohesion within communities

https://youtu.be/Zh3MjG7IiFc

LALELA- WENTWORTH ,DURBAN (guest speaker – Rod Choromanski)

Rod Choromanki, invited as guest speaker at the Lalela Awards Ceremony on 30 November 2017,Blue Roof Life Space 178 Austerville Drive,Wentworth- creative thinking      https://www.lalela.org

Humanities Alumnus wins Prestigious Architecture Award

http://ndabaonline.ukzn.ac.za/UkzndabaStory/Vol5-Issue59/Humanities%20Alumnus%20wins%20Prestigious%20Architecture%20Award/

Interview with the African Architecture Awards Grand Prix Winner

View the Grand Prix Winner in Conversation about the uMkhumbane Museum

Hear From the Trophy Winners

Hear From the Trophy Winners

uMkhumbane Museum, Cato Manor, Durban, South Africa. Choromanski Architects

Interviews with Africa Architecture Awards shortlist finalist

Connecting through Africa to Innovate a Continent   View Interview of Shortlist Finalist    

Cato Manor Nodes. Choromanski Architects

African Architectural Awards Countdown – Day 1

Development within Cato Manor. Choromanski Architects

African Architecture Awards Countdown – Day 2