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Knysna’s Urban Geometry

Knysna’s Urban Geometry

Posted on: 27th March 2020| By: Marielle

If you don’t look closely enough, you’d never believe that a small tourism-based village such as Knysna in fact followed some highly fashionable trends in its earlier building styles. I’m talking specifically here the period between the 1920s and 1930s. I’m talking Art Deco. It’s an architectural trend that was coined after an international exhibition…
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Signs of history in Knysna’s architecture

Signs of history in Knysna’s architecture

Posted on: 22nd March 2020| By: Marielle

It struck me one day that if, while wandering through Knysna, you look upwards at the gables and lintels and parapets, there is still so much history, so many stories, bound up in the curves and columns and straight lines. I was so intrigued that early one morning, armed with my camera, I set off to…
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Spirit of Toronto

Spirit of Toronto

Posted on: 5th March 2020| By: Marielle

With a new adventure happening in Toronto, we’ve just spent some time getting to know the city. It’s been great fun, and so far we like what we see. Here is a brief sense of our first impressions, and a little flavour of the city. (No snow in this particular Blog Post, but there was…
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