#ICYMI: WATCH: Cato Manor Museum opening and unveiling of the tombstone of the Queen mother
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In 2013 I participated in ‘Conversations on Architecture.’ It’s always a privilege listening to ideas shared by my peers and to contribute to building the collateral around South African architecture.
Distinguished international speakers from as far afield as UK, Germany and Paraguay together with our local architectural prodigies will be probing important matters pertaining to the ‘built environment’.
Rod Choromanski – Choromanski Architects
Rod Choromanski is a Durban-based architect specialising in small-scale community projects, medium to large-scale institutional projects, architectural heritage & conservation; architectural competitions, sports facilities, low-income housing, urban design, utility and service structures, as well as residential houses and offices.
Choromanski has served as juror for the 2012 Afrisam Sustainable Building Awards. He has written for the “Wetlands Wire” on the Greater St. Lucia Heritage Park and he has had projects published in local, national and international architectural journals.
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