Intsika Architects cc has enrolled as a member of the GBCSA as of 2013, and remains committed to stive towards their mission:
To promote, encourage and facilitate green building in the South African property and construction industry through market-based solutions.
Intsika Architects are very proud to announce that their project, the
National English Literary Museum: GRAHAMSTOWN has been certified by GBCSA and awarded:
5 Star Green Star - Public & Education Building Design Pilot
This project is the first 5 Star Green Star certified project in the catagory Public & Education Buildings - Design Pilot in South Africa. It is also the first 5 Star Green Star certified project in the Eastern Cape Province: All Catagories.
SA Roofing Magazine (May 2013 edition) has published a 3 page article on one of our largest projects to date, the National English Literary Museum (NELM) in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape. The article describes our GBCSA Green Star SA achievment, and the tools and methodology used in the design of this highly efficient building.
Please visit SA Roofing's website for further information http://www.trademax.co.za/sar.html
Earthworks Magazine (August/September 2013) has published a 5 page spread on what is fast-becoming our signature project, the National English Literary Museum (NELM) in Grahamstown, Eastern Cape. The aritcle quotes Intsika Artchitects', Cobus Gouws in its discussions regarding design and innovation, as well as describes our GBCSA Green Star SA achievment, and specific points of finterest within the architecture.
Please visit Earthworks' website for further information: http://earthworksmagazine.co.za/
Intsika Architects are very proud to have a recently completed project, the Eastern Cape Motors' Land Rover and Jaguar Dealership, featured on the front cover of Business Hi-Lite Magazine, the voice of business in the Border-Kei Region.
Please visit Business Hi-Lite's website for further information: http://www.businesshi-lite.co.za
East London's daily newspaper, the Daily Dispatch, has run an article on the new Health Sciences Facility at Walter Sisulu University, on page 3 of the 25 March 2014 edition.
Intsika Architects are the Principal Agents for this exciting new project, built for the Department of Higher Education and Training. It will be constructed at the Nelson Mandela Academic Hospital, in Mthatha, Eastern Cape.
On 24 March 2014, Walter Sisulu University hosted a Ground Breaking Ceremony in honour of the new Faculty of Health Sciences facility that Intsika Architects, as a part of CIBA Consortium, have designed. This new facility is in close proximity to the existing Nelson Mandela Academic Hospital and Health Resource Centre. The Masterplan for this project has been designed to accommodated and educate 2000 mediacl students at the Mthatha Campus, in the Eastern Cape.