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Published by adverts.structureanddesign, 2021-09-07 05:55:08

SD Issue 8 Digital

SD Issue 8 Digital

The new ECD Centre is an excellent example of a
school designed to enhance and encourage learning
– a building that functions well for the particular
purpose it was intended to fulfil, and that’s
aesthetically pleasing at the same time.

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ELEGANCE, SECURITY

& CONVENIENCE Text by Michael Nott
Photography by Michele Fortmann

DGEWATER VILLAS is an upmarket complex
of eight separate prestigious townhouses
situated on Piers Road directly opposite Sam
Levy’s Village in Borrowdale.

The Village offers just about everything that
sophisticated, modern city dwellers could possibly
want, including a wide range of upmarket stores,
supermarkets, home décor and garden experts,
medical practitioners, gyms and fitness centres, banks
and travel agents, restaurants and cafes, and for
entertainment there are bars, nightclubs and cinemas.
All of these facilities are presented in a smart, safe
environment that’s within easy walking distance from
the Villas. There are good schools nearby as well as
churches and community centres and easy access to
the Borrowdale Office Parks and the central business
district, making it one of the most sought after
locations in Harare.

Perhaps the most remarkable feature of Edgewater
Villas is that once you pass through the front security
gate it’s quiet, peaceful and totally secluded. Each Villa
has private access to a landscaped 3 acre communal
park with an all-weather tennis court and a large
pond stocked with Koi fish. Unlike other townhouse
complexes pets are allowed, so the park is ideal for
taking the dogs for an evening stroll around the pond.
In addition Number 8 Edgewater is at the end of the
complex and furthest away from the gate, so it’s the
most private and the quietest Villa of all.

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PROPERTY FEATURE

The Villas have a distinct Mediterranean
flavour with large covered verandahs, outdoor
entertaining spaces and an open plan, airy
interior layout of generous proportions. The
front covered verandah of the townhouse
looks out over a private, walled garden with a
swimming pool, and an access gate to the park.
(The pool is heated so it can still be enjoyed
in cooler weather and there’s a pool cover if
the owners want to reduce maintenance in
winter or cover the pool when they’re away).
The private gardens are fairly spacious,
approximately 20 x 30 metres, but still of
an easily manageable size. There are two
communal gardeners to maintain the complex
and each resident has a private gardener.
The garden at Villa 8 has a generous lawn
and established low-maintenance shrubs and
beds, as well as a large, old indigenous shade
tree which blends into the ‘borrowed scenery’
from the park beyond. The garden has been
beautifully maintained and developed and is
an ideal space for entertaining or just relaxing
and enjoying the peaceful, tranquil atmosphere.
There’s also good lighting outside in both the
garden and park for both accent lighting and
general ambience.

PROPERTY FEATURE

Entrance to the villa is through a private
electric gate leading off the main access
road. There’s a paved driveway/courtyard
with covered parking for two cars, plus a
double garage with a covered walkway to
the front door. The courtyard measures
approximately 12 x 13 metres, so it’s a
generous space. All the windows of the main
house facing onto the courtyard have awnings
or sun shades to control the afternoon sun.
The single domestic quarters are situated
behind the garage and fitted with a private
kitchenette and shower and with convenient
access to the laundry room and storeroom.
There’s also a self-contained guest cottage
with an open plan kitchenette and an en suite
shower room which was a conversion done
fairly recently by the current owners.

There’s a small walkway down the side of the
house opposite the garages and guest suite.
Discreetly hidden away are 2 x 1,000 litre
water storage tanks, which are in addition to
the 80,000 litre water tanks which service
the whole complex. The complex has a large
165 Kva generator, which services all the
villas when required and runs for a few a few
hours in the morning, at lunchtime and in the
evenings. There’s also a 20 Kva generator
which can be used to run essential services
when the main complex generator is off.
There’s also a 1,400 W inverter system that
is connected to the water pumps and the
internal power points as no generators are
used after 10.00 pm. These facilities make
the home completely self reliant in terms of
both water and power supply.

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The main front door is sheltered by a small arched portico and
opens directly to an imposing double volume entrance hall with
a beautiful staircase sweeping up to the first floor. To the left is
a study area which is ideal as a home office or could be converted to a
second cosy lounge or even an additional bedroom. To the right behind
the staircase is a small guest bathroom. Directly in front is the large open
plan reception area with views out to the verandah and the garden beyond
through big aluminium and glass sliding doors. Clean and simple pale
grey ceramic floor tiles link the foyer, the lounge and the adjacent open
plan dining room – also with doors opening out to the verandah. Both the
lounge and the dining room have working fireplaces to warm up the spaces
during chilly winter evenings.
The modern kitchen leads directly off the dining room and is fitted out with
Caesarstone countertops and all the modern appliances including a gas range
(convenient for power cuts) a dishwasher and loads of storage space. There’s
also a pantry and a scullery. The kitchen has the potential to be opened up to
the dining room and lounge to make the downstairs completely open plan.

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PROPERTY FEATURE
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Upstairs there’s the master suite with a large walk in dressing and excellent 24 hour security and the villa has its own security
en suite bathroom decorated with Italian tiles. system. The home has ZOL fibre internet connection as well as
DStv access in the lounge, study, bedrooms, the verandah, the
The master suite also has a private balcony overlooking the guest cottage and even the kitchen.
garden and park – ideal for a leisurely breakfast or romantic
sundowners. There are two other bedrooms – both en suite – If you’re looking for a convenient location, an elegant lifestyle,
one with a shower and one with bath and shower. The upstairs good security, and uninterrupted power and water supplies,
bedrooms and the staircase all have new fitted carpets with a then Edgewater Villas is the best Harare has to offer.
luxurious pile.
The home is on the market for $990,000.
The entire complex is walled, has electric fencing with Contact Juliet Harris 0772 307 645

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COMMERCIAL.EVENTS

+263 732245114 [email protected]

Michele Fortmann @michelefortmannfashion
Photography60 structure & design | ISSUE 8 @michelefortmannweddings

www.pamgoldingzimbabwe.co.zw GLENARA AVE, HIGHLANDS: US$550,000

JAMES’ MEWS, Highlands Road Frontage! Developer’s Dream! On 9018 m2 or 2.2
The development comprises: acres this property has a development permit already
2 x 1 bedroom units each approx. 135 sqm. under roof in place. Operating as a business, the property includes
2 x 2 bedroom units each approx. 235 sqm. under roof the following:
Lounge, diningroom, kitchen open plan, covered verandah looking onto gardens House 1
2 bedroom unit has ensuite bathroom and second bathroom. 1 bedroom unit has 1 Used as business Offices; 3 offices (3 bedrooms)
bathroom; Open plan reception/ office space; Printing press room;
Enclosed backyard off the kitchen; Single lock-up garage with each unit. Fitted kitchen; Guest toilet; Storeroom
Outbuildings: House 2
3 staff rooms, kitchen/shower & w.c., storeroom 1 bedroom; Compact lounge/dining; 1 bathroom
2 boreholes both fitted with submersible pumps, 2 x 10,000lt tanks. Small fitted kitchen; 2 carports; Handkerchief garden;
Interlocking paved area of approx. 480 sqm. Walled; Electric gate; Large workshop
Extensive lawns, trees and shrubs. 2 x 3 vehicle carports; Alarmed; Domestic quarters;
Boundary walled, security lights, electric gate. Large lock-up parking area; Prolific borehole; Expansive,
Property measures 4303 sqm. emerald green front lawn
THIS NEWLY BUILD CLUSTER IS TO BE SOLD AS A WHOLE BY COMPANY SHARE Endless opportunities to be explored on this perfectly
TRANSFER. IN PRIME LOCATION, THIS PROPERTY IS A SUPERB INVESTMENT situated property. A stone’s throw from Runiville shops
OPPORTUNITY FOR AN INDIVIDUAL, CORPORATE, EMBASSY OR N.G.O. and with easy access to several main roads including a
practical route to the airport.
Please contact: Fern Pope: 0772 235 035

50 Montgomery Rd, Highlands.
Price: $265,000.00
This breath taking character home built in 1927 sits on 5848sqm of land. The driveway
from the gate meanders up through a lush garden serviced by a prolific borehole and
takes you to a paved parking area adjacent to a 4 car garage with a large storeroom/
workshop and a work pit. The garage can adequately house a boat. The house itself is a
beautiful terracotta colour, brick under tile and corrugated iron structure with 3 bedrooms,
2 bathrooms, main ensuite, guest toilet, 2 lounges, dining room and fitted kitchen with
walk in pantry. A sun lounge cum dining room with stone floors welcomes you into the
home. The main door is a work of art. The second lounge has beautiful Oregon floors,
a jet master fireplace and French doors leading onto a verandah overlooking the pool
and garden. The well appointed master bedroom with dressing room and full ensuite
bathroom, has French doors which open up onto a beautiful courtyard with interesting
tiling.The property has lots of extras, including a 1 bedroom cottage, an extra garage that
lends itself well to other uses as it is located next to an office adjacent to the main house.
A beautiful property for the discerning buyer.

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UPCOMING PROJECTS

PROPOSED SHOPPING MALL
FOR ZIMBABWE AGRICULTURAL SOCIETY
AT HARARE SHOWGROUNDS

INTRODUCTION OPTIONAL SAMORA MACHEL ROAD OPTIONAL
ENTRANCE ENTRANCE
The Zimbabwe Agricultural Society engaged Archicraft
Architect to design a Shopping Mall at the North-West 46 45 44 43 42 41 40 39 38 37 36 35 34 33 32 31 30 29 28 27 26 25 24 23 22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
end of their Harare Showgrounds site.
2-Way Road 2-Way Road
The design is based on a courtyard concept and an
anchor tenant has already written a letter of Expression 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
of Interest to the Architect.
21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
The accommodation schedule details the space
provisions and the relevant areas whilst the design 2-Way Road 2-Way Road
drawings give further insight into the design.
21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Zimbabwe Agricultural Society intends to secure an
Investor/Financier on a negotiated Build Operate and 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1
Transfer (B. O. T) basis.
2-Way Road 2-Way Road
Details of the B. O. T will be discussed with the secured
Investor/Financier. SERVICE STATION 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1

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22 21 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 10 WARE HOUSE
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Ceramic Tiles 690 1,310 690 SFL -0,050 plastered & painted
230mm thick brick wall with average 7G52x250mm Lipped iron purlins 850mm c/c on W01 G05
SFL ±0,000 #ID W01 Area:49.5m2
1W0imthmbrtihcikc-kUfo/mrScoeWrteaAvrLejLor+yinP+13tA17s,,cL41ionT52uE67srtsreestc.her bond. SERVITUDE AreaS:t4e9e.l5rmoo2f trusses to eng's spec on Trusses to Engineer's detail
Conc-Paving WALK WAY Ceramic Tiles WALK WAY
ffl SFL -0,150 ffl Ceramic Tiles Non-Ceramic Tiles
SFL ±0,000
SFL ±0,000 600 600 600 SFL -0,050 Internal wall Non-Ceramic Tiles
STRUCTURAL HIEGH±T0 ffl ffl ffl Parapet Wall PCfflirtocmh a5do eck roofing sheets on ffl Pitch 5o 125x65x3mm Lipped irons ffl plastered & painted ffl SFL -0,050 S±T0RUCTURAL HIEGHT
GROUND FLOOR PLAN Cromadeck sahcetientgs aosnsolar shedding. R.CG.RLiOntUeNl tDo sFtLruOcOtuRraPl eLnAgNineer's details
ngl 30mm SCREED ON 100mm 25 mpa CONCRETE SURFACE BED 75x50mm Lipped iron purlins 850mm c/c on Pitch 5o
TO ENG. ON 250 MICRON GUNPLAS USB GREEN U.P.V.C
D.P.C ON 150mm CLEAN SAND PRE-TREATED WITH APPROVED roofing WAPLarKapWet WAaYll G.I Flashing WALK BWoxAgYutter Cromadeck roofing sheets on
-850 ANT & WEAT KILLER ON APPROVED WELL COMPACTED Steel roof trusses to eng's spec on Non-Ceramic Tiles Non-Ceramic Tiles 75x50mmSLtiep-ep8le5Cd0oirluomn npsurtloins 850mm c/c on
FOUNDATION FILLING CARRIED OUT IN LAYERS NOT THICKER THAN 150mm. G.I Flashing 114x38mm timber wall plates. 4,434 Face B6r9ic0k 125x65x3mm Lipped irons 75x50mm Lipped iron90p0umrlimnsR8u5s0tmm c/c on 4,434 SFL +3,550 690 LINE SHOP 3,532 Steel roofEtrnugsF'ssOesUspNteoDce'AsnT&gI'OsdNesspiegcn.on
FILLING TO BE FREE OF ANY PLANT OR DELETERIOUS MATERIAL. 9,310 acting4a,s0s6o2lar shedding. 690 SFL +3,35,54034
690 46,317 690 2,558 690 Steel roof truss4es,0to62eRnegs'isstsapnetchaond6r9ai0l. 9,311006 690 230
- Affl 8,765
30mm SCREED ON 100mm 25 mpa CONCRETE SURFACE BED Area:49.5m2 114x38mm timber wall plates.
30mm SCREED ON 100mm 25 mpa CONCRETE SURFACE BED
TO ENG. ON 250 MICRON GUNPLAS USB GREEN U.P.V.C TO ENG. ON 250 MICRON GUNPLAS USB GREEN U.P.V.C 30mm SCREED ON 100Cmemram25icmTpilaesCONCRETE SURFACE BED 9P0it0cmh m5o Rust Resistant handrail.
D.P.C ON 150mm CLEAN SAND PRE-TREATED WITH APPROVED TO ENG. ON 250 MICROSNFLG+U3N,6P0L0AS USB GREEN U.P.V.C Cromadeck roofing sheets on
+3,600 ANT & WEAT KILLER ON APPROVED WELL COMPACTED 7,151 D.P.C ON 150mm CLEAN SAND PRE-TREATED WITH APPROVED Box Gutter ffl D.P.C ON 150mm CLEAN SAND PRE-TREATED WITH APPROVED ffl 75x+530,m60m0 Lipped iron purlins 850mm c/c on
FIRST FLOOR FILLING CARRIED OUT IN LAYERS NOT THICKER THAN 150mm. Internal wall SteFeIlRroSoTf FtrLuOssOeRs to eng's spec on
FILLING TO BE FREE OF ANY PLANT OR DELETERIOUS MATERIAL. ANT & WEAT KILLER ON APPPitRchO5VoED WELL COMPACTED plastered & painted plasItnetreerAFFdnIINaLL&lTLLwpII&NNaaiGGlnWl teCTEdOAARTBRKEIIEFLDLREEOREUOOTNFINAALPNAPYYRPEOLRVASENDNTOWOTRETLDHLTEICCrLuOKEsETsMeERPsRATptIoCHlOaTAEsUItEnNnSetgDre1eMinr5dneA0a&eTmlrEw'pmsRaad.ilInleAtteLad.il a1SE2ctnet5gi+enx'7slg6,B5s1aepx2s3ae7smmco'smsla&troLsdiphepesedigddniin.rogn. s

- Affl ANCHOR SHOP FILLING TCOARBREIEFDREOEUOT FINALN7CAY5rYoxPEm5L0RaAmSdNmeNTcOkLOiTrpRopToeDfHdinEICgiLTroKEsrnuhETsepERseuRetTrsslIiHOnotoAsUnN8ES5n1M0g5miA0nTmmeEemcrR'/.scIAdoLen.tail Internal wall 6,601 Internal wall 2,752
30mm SCREED ON 100mm 25 mpa CONCRETE SURFACE BED FILLING plastered & painted plastered & painted
TO ENG. ON 250 MICRON GUNPLAS USB GREEN U.P.V.C G20
+7,127 D.P.C ON 150mm CLEAN SAND PRE-TREATED WITH APPROVED Area: 2,702m2 Steel roof trusses to eng's spec on W01 #ID
ANT & WEAT KILLER ON APPROVED WELL COMPACTED Ceramic Tiles
U/S WALL PALTE FILLING CARRIED OUT IN LAYERS NOT THICKER THAN 150mm. SFL ±0,000 Internal wall Internal wall WALK WAY 1,968 4,499 125Ux/6S5xW3AmLmL LPiAppLeTdEirons
FILLING TO BE FREE OF ANY PLANT OR DELETERIOUS MATERIAL. plastered & painted LINEPitcShH5o OP plastered & painted Non-Ceramic Tiles Face Brick LINE SHOP acting as solar shedding.
ffl Internal wall 3,532 3,430
SFL -0,050 plastered & painted G05 1R1.C5m. Lminwteal ltlothsitcrkuncetusrsa,l engineer's details
46,317 Area:49.5m2 ESexnnt6ecg0ea'0slsmCisnpomgeluschmt'iesgneh&sl fctdaooeclesuimgbnrni.csk.

ANCHOR SHOP LINCSeFEraLm±Si0c,HT00ile0Os P ±0
GROUND FLOOR PLAN
±0 G20 Parapet Wall CGro2m2adeck roofing sheets on 2,802 W01 #ID W01 WALK WAY 12#5IxD65x3mm Lipped irons W01 106 1:266.048Internalwall
Area: 2,702m2 3,895 Non-Ceramic Tiles W01 acting as solarWsh0e1dding. WWAALLKKWWAAYY Area:49.5m2
SECTIONGROUNDFLOORPLAN Ceramic Tiles 125x65x3mm Lipped irons NNono-nC-CerearmamicicTiTleilses plastered & painted
230mm thick brick wall with average SFL ±0,000 Are7a5:4x95.05mmm2 Lipped iron purlins 850mm c/c on acting as solar shedding. SFL -0,050 900mm Rust WALK WAY
10mm thick mortar joints in stretcher bond. CeraSmteieclTroileosf trusses to eng's spec on Resistant handrail. SFSLFL+3-,05,50050
With brick-force every 3 courses. ffl G.I Flashing SF1L1±40x,3080m0m timber wall plates. Non-Ceramic Tiles
ffl SSFFLL +-03,,055500
ngl ffl ffl 46,317 ffl ffl ffl ffl 230
ffl 8,765
-850 Ceramic Tiles 900mm Rust Resistant handrail.
FOUND+A3T,I6O0N0 SFL +3,600 -850
FIRST FLOOR
690 7,151690 1,310 690 9,310 690 4,434 690 4,062 690 2,558 690 4,062 690 4,434 690 ffl 9,310 690 ffl 3,434 690 F+3O,U60N0DATION
Internal wall FIRST FLOOR
30mm SCREED ON 100mm 25 mpa CONCRETTEruSssUeRsFtAoCEEngBinEeDer's detail plastered & painted 2,752 Internal wall Internal wall
TO ENG. ON 250 MICRON GUNPLAS USB GREEN U.P.V.C 6,601 Internal wall Internal wall plastere3d0&mpmaiSnCteRdEED ON 100mm 25 mpa CONCRETE SURplFaAstCeEredBE&Dpainted Steel Beams to
W01 #ID plastered & painted plastered & painted
LINE SHOPplasFADItnIeN.LPtreTLe.rCIdn&Na&OGWl NwpCEaa1AAiln5lRTt0eRKmdIIEmLDLCEOLREUOATNNINASLPAAPNYRDEOPRVRSEEDN-TOWRTEETLAHLTIECCDOKEMWpRPlIaTATsHICHtnetTAAreeENPrdnDP1a&R5l wO0pmaaVilnmEl tDe. d Eng's spec's & design.
WALK WAY TO ENG. ON 250 MICRON GUNPLAS USB GREEN U.P.V.C
FILLING TO BE FREE OF ANGY2P2LANT OR DELETERIOUS MATERIAL. Non-Ceramic Tiles
#ID Area:49.5m2 2,802 #ID WALK WAY #ID 4,499 W01 LINE SHOPD.P.C ON 150mm CLEAN SAND PRE-TREATED WITH APPROVED 3,430 125x65x3mm Lipped irons
Ceramic Tiles 3,895 SFL -0,050 Non-Ceramic Tiles W01 W01 acting as solar shedding.
230mm thick brick wall with average SERVITUDE SFL ±0,000 W01 W01 WALK WAY ANT & WEAT KILLER ON APPROVED WELL COMPACTED
10mm thick mortar joints in stretcher bond. Conc-Paving Non-Ceramic Tiles FILLING CARRIED OUT IN LGA0Y5ERS NOT THICKER THAN 150mm. 115mm wall thickness,
With brick-force every 3 courses. ffl SFL -0,150 ffl ffl ffl SFL -0,050 FILLING TO BE FREE OAFreAaN:4Y9P.5LmA2NT OR DELETERIOUS MATERIAL. WALK WAY x 600mm high face brick
SFL -0,050 Non-Ceramic Tiles encasing steel columns.
Ceramic Tiles
SFL ±0,000

SECTION±0 ffl SFL -0,050
GROUND FLOOR PLAN ffl ffl ffl 1:266.0489,310 ±0
ngl GROUND FLOOR PLAN
-850 690 1,310 690 9,310 690 4,434 690 4,062 690 2,558 690 4,062 690 4,434 690 690 3,434 690 230
FOUNDATION 690 -850
FOUNDATION

30mm SCREED ON 100mm 25 mpa CONCRETE SURFACE BED 30mm SCREED ON 100mm 25 mpa CONCRETE SURFACE BED
TO ENG. ON 250 MICRON GUNPLAS USB GREEN U.P.V.C
D.P.C ON 150mm CLEAN SAND PRE-TREATED WITH APPROVED TO ENG. ON 250 MICRON GUNPLAS USB GREEN U.P.V.C
ANT & WEAT KILLER ON APPROVED WELL COMPACTED
FILLING CARRIED OUT IN LAYERS NOT THICKER THAN 150mm. D.P.C ON 150mm CLEAN SAND PRE-TREATED WITH APPROVED
FILLING TO BE FREE OF ANY PLANT OR DELETERIOUS MATERIAL.
ANT & WEAT KILLER ON APPROVED WELL COMPACTED

FILLING CARRIED OUT IN LAYERS NOT THICKER THAN 150mm.

FILLING TO BE FREE OF ANY PLANT OR DELETERIOUS MATERIAL.

SESECCTTIIOONNA -AA - A+11,456 6789 1:266.04816 17 18
STRUCTURAL HIEGHT
12 3 4 5 10 11 12 13 14 15

4,000 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 6,017 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 +11,456
STRUCTURAL HIEGHT

+7,127 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 +7,127
U/S WALL PALTE U/S WALL PALTE
4,000 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 6,017 6,017 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300
+11,456 +11,456
STRUCTURAL HIEGHT STRUCTURAL HIEGHT

+3,600 +3,600
FIRST FLOOR FIRST FLOOR

+7,127 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 +7,127
U/S WALL+P1A1,L4T5E6 U+1/S1,W45A6LL PALTE
STRUCTURAL HIEGH±T0 4,000 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 6,017 6,017 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 S±0TRUCTURAL HIEGHT
GROUND FLOOR PLAN GROUND FLOOR PLAN

-850 -850
FOUNDATION FOUNDATION

+3,600 1:266.049+3,600
FIRST FLOOR FIRST FLOOR

+7,127 +7,127
U/S WALL PALTE
SECTION B - BU/SWALLPALTE

±0 ±0
GROUND FLOOR PLAN GROUND FLOOR PLAN

-850 -850
FOUND+A3T,I6O0N0 +F3O,U60N0DATION
FIRST FLOOR FIRST FLOOR

SECTION B - B 1:266.049
±0 ±0
GROUND FLOOR PLAN GROUND FLOOR PLAN

-850 -850
FOUNDATION
SECTION B - BFOUNDATION
SECTION B - B5,300 1:266.0494,265
5,300 4,265 14,126 14,126 14,126 14,126 5,300 5,300 4,000
4,265
+7,127 Ceiling Notes: ffl 4,265 14,126 14,126 +7,127
U/S WALL PALTE Rhinoboard Ceiling on ffl Internal wall Internal wall U/S WALL PALTE
38x38mm c/c timber brandering on ffl plastered & painted
75x50mm gypsum coved cornice. plastered & painted
14,126 14,126
Pitch 5o Internal wall
Cromadeck roofing sheets on plastered & painted Internal wall
75x50mm Lipped iron purlins 850mm c/c on plastered & painted
Steel roof trusses to eng's spec on Internal wall
114x38mm timber wall plates. plastered & painted Internal wall
plastered & painted
Pitch 5o Trusses to Engineer's detail
Cromadeck roofing sheets on
75x50mm Lipped iron purlins 850mm c/c on 5,300 5,300 14,126 14,126 4,265 5,300 5,300 4,000
Steel roof trusses to eng's spec on ffl 4,265 ffl Trusses to Engineer's detail
114x38mm timber wall plates. ffl ffl f5fl,300
ffl ffl 578
+3,600 Ceiling Notes: 1,301 Trusses to Engineer's detail Internal wall 7,427 +3,600
FIRST FLOOR Rhinoboard Ceiling on plastered & painted ffl FIRST FLOOR
38x38mm c/c timber brandering on Internal wall 578
75x50mm gypsum coved cornice. plastered & painted
ffl
Pitch 5o 2,843 Internal wall 2,848 578
4,144 plastered & painted 4,583
Cromadeck roofing sheets on WALKWAY WALKWAY
Non-Ceramic Tiles BANK Non-Ceramic Tiles
75x50mm Lipped iron purlins 850mm c/c on
SFL -0,050 G18 SFL -0,050
Steel roof trusses to eng's spec on Area:137.1m2
Ceramic Tiles
+7,127 114x38mm timber wall plates. 500 SFL ±0,000 +7,127
U/S WALL PALTE U/S WALL PALTE
ffl 500 ±0
±0 GROUND FLOOR PLAN
GROUND FLOOR PLAN Pitch 5o dpc 600 600 600 5,300 5,300ffl ffl Trusses14,126 to Engineer's detail14,126 5,300 ffl 4,000 600 600 600 dpc
ffl -850
-850 S7CCR5trheeoxiienlm5ilon0arbmgodoomeNafcrotkdLrtuierpCsospeso:eeifldiisnngigtroosonehnnepgeu'trsslinsospne8c50omn m c/c on 578 ffl FOUNDATION
FOUNDATION

1731854xx53x3808mmmmmmcg/tycimptsibmuembr ewcroabvllreapdnladcteeorsrin.nigceo.n

Pitch 5o
Cromadeck roofing sheets on
75x50mm Lipped iron purlins 850mm c/c on
Steel roof trusses to eng's spec on
114x38mm timber wall plates.
+3,600 1,301 7,427 1:266.049TrussestoEngineer'sdetail +3,600
FIRST FLOOR
SECTION C-CFIRSTFLOOR
Trusses to Engineer's detail Internal wall Internal wall
Internal wall plastered & painted plastered & painted

+7,127 2,843 plastered & painted 4,583 +7,127
4,144
SECTIONU/SWALLPALTE WALKWAY C - CBANK WALKWAY U/S WALL PALTE
Non-Ceramic Tiles G18
Pitch 5o 500 Area:137.1m2 2,848 Trusses to Engineer's detail Non-Ceramic Tiles
Cromadeck roofing sheets on SFL -0,050 SFL -0,050
Ceramic Tiles
75x50mm Lipped iron purlins 850mm c/c on 500

±0 Steel roof trusses to eng's spec on SFL ±0,000 ffl ffl ±0
GROUND FLOOR PLAN ffl dpc GROUND FLOOR PLAN
114x38mm timber wall plates. dpc

-850 7,427 -850

FOUND+A3T,I6O0N0 1,301 578 F+3O,U60N0DATION

FIRST FLOOR FIRST FLOOR

SECTION C-CGSPublisherVersion0.0.100.100
Trusses to Engineer's detail Internal wall Internal wall 1:266.049TrussestoEngineer'sdetail
plastered & painted plastered & painted
Internal wall
WALKWAY 2,843 plastered & painted 4,583 WALKWAY
Non-Ceramic Tiles 4,144 Non-Ceramic Tiles
500 SFL -0,050 BANK 2,848
SFL -0,050
G18
Area:137.1m2 500

Ceramic Tiles

SFL ±0,000
ffl
64 ±0 dpc ffl ffl ±0
GROUND FLOOR PLAN dpc GROUND FLOOR PLAN

structure & design | ISSUE 8-850 -850
FOUNDATION 578 FOUNDATION

SECTION C-CGSPublisherVersion0.0.100.100 1:266.049

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
3,983 500 500 500 500 500 500 690 135 230 230 230 230 230 230 230 230 690
4,000 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 6,017 95,088 6,017 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 4,000
4,800 4,800 4,800 4,800 4,800 4,800 4,475 5,422 690 5,568
124 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 6,017 6,017 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300 5,300
11 690 5,070 5,070 5,070 5,070 5,070 5,070 5,070 5,557 5,557 5,070 5,070 5,070 5,070 15,670
1,256 500 5,422 4,486 478 4,822 478 4,822 478 15,776 5,300 2,772 478 230 230 230 230 230 230 3,000

A Entrance Ramp 2,239 Entrance Ramp A

4,605 16,130

230 15,670 230

305 3,642 230

A R.C Beam to Engs Spec 4,321 A 1,316 1,284 1,251
Service Lift Shaft 7,250 B
4,000 COVERED WALKWAY COVERED WALKWAY COVERED WALKWAY COVERED WALKWAY A COVERED WALKWAY A
B 4,796 Non-Slip CeramicTiles Non-Slip CeramicTiles Non-Slip CeramicTiles Non-Slip CeramicTiles C Service Lift Shaft Non-Slip CeramicTiles 5,506 B
SFL -0,050 SFL -0,050 SFL -0,050 SFL -0,050 SFL +3,550 4,000
C 3,885 D 4,000 3,885 COVERED WALKWAY COVERED WALKWAY COVERED WALKWAY COVERED WALKWAY 4,115 COVERED WALKWAY C
Non-Slip CeramicTiles Non-Slip CeramicTiles Non-Slip CeramicTiles Non-Slip CeramicTiles 3,885 Non-Slip CeramicTiles
D E SFL +3,550 SFL +3,550 SFL +3,550 SFL +3,550 SFL +3,550 D
B
E Emergency Staircase ab ab ab ab ab ab ab ab ab ab ab ab 690 ab ab ab ab ab ab ab ab ab ab ab ab Emergency Staircase E
B W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 23 F B
23 12W01W01W0122GB 12
F 22 1123021 11 F
G 2110 12 12 20 H 10 G
209 11 11 19 9
H 198 10 10 18 I 8
1879 9 17 7
1768 8 16 J 6
1657 7 15 5
1546 6 14 K 4
1435 5 13 L 3
1324 4 2
13 3 LINE SHOP M 1
5,070 G11 C
22
11 Area:49.5 m2 M
KITCHEN W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 4,770 Ceramic Tiles N
G04 230 KITCHEN 4,770 230SFL ±0,000
115 1,115 230 2,620 11,804 G10115 1,115 230 2,620 O COVERED WALKWAY 23 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 230 2,620 230 KITCHEN 23
Area:13.3 m2 1 Area:13.3 m2 M Non-Slip CeramicTiles 22 111 22
Ceramic Tiles 2 Ceramic Tiles P SFL +3,550 21
2,620 SFL ±0,000 3 SFL ±0,000 4,770 230 21 2,620 KITCHEN Area:13.3 m2 20
4 20 Ceramic Tiles 19
5 SFL +3,600 18
620 x 180 = 3,605 19 104 17
7 18 16
8 15
5,000 4,770 9 17 Area:13.3 m2 20 x 180 = 3,605 1 15,316 14
5,020 10 16 2 14,033 13
11 3
12 15 4,770 s.s sink Ceramic Tiles 4 s.s sink 4,810
13 14 5 5,000
14 5,000 9,770 6
LINE SHOP LINE SHOP 230 STORE ROOM LINE SHOP LINE SHOP LINE SHOP LINE SHOP LINE SHOP LINE SHOP STORE ROOM LINE SHOP LINE SHOP 13 SFL +3,600 115 1,115 230 7 SHOP
G02 G03 G04 G05 G06 COVERED WALKWAY G07 G08 G09 Area:4.4 m2 G11 G12 8 112
COVERED WALKWAY Area:4.4 m2 Non-Slip CeramicTiles LINE SHOP LINE SHOP STORE ROOM LINE SHOP LINE SHOP LINE SHOP 9 LINE SHOP LINE SHOP LINE SHOP 9,770 STORE ROOM
Non-Slip CeramicTiles Area:49.5 m2 Area:49.5 m2 Area:49.5 m2 Area:49.5 m2 Area:49.5 m2 SFL -0,050 Area:49.5 m2 Area:62.2 m2 10 108 109 110 115 1,115 Area:4.4 m2 Area:219.4 m2
SFL -0,050 Ceramic Tiles Ceramic Tiles 900 230 3,940 Ceramic Tiles Ceramic Tiles Ceramic Tiles Area:49.5 m2 Area:49.5 m2 Area:49.5 m2 Ceramic Tiles Ceramic Tiles 102 103 Area:4.4 m2 105 106 107 11 Ceramic Tiles
W01 SFL ±0,000 SFL ±0,000 SFL ±0,000 SFL ±0,000 SFL ±0,000 SFL ±0,000 SFL ±0,000 12 Area:49.5 m2 Area:49.5 m2 Area:49.5 m2 whb SFL +3,600
whb Ceramic Tiles Ceramic Tiles Ceramic Tiles whb Area:49.5 m2 Area:49.5 m2 Area:49.5 m2 Area:49.5 m2 Area:49.5 m2 13 Ceramic Tiles Ceramic Tiles Ceramic Tiles Disabled 17,410
Disabled SFL ±0,000 SFL ±0,000 SFL ±0,000 Disabled 14 SFL +3,600 SFL +3,600 SFL +3,600 FEMALE TOILETS
230 Ceramic Tiles Ceramic Tiles whb Ceramic Tiles Ceramic Tiles Ceramic Tiles G04
COVERED WALKWAY 5,070 Area:16.8 m2
5,000 4,770 230 6,920 230 5,070 230 5,070 230 5,070 FEMALE TOILETS w.c w.c w.c w.c 12,270 9,770 230 C SFL +3,600 SFL +3,600 Disabled SFL +3,600 SFL +3,600 SFL +3,600 Non-Slip CeramicTiles Ceramic Tiles W01
4,770 230 Service Duct G04 Service Duct 230 SFL +3,550 SFL ±0,000 COVERED WALKWAY
Urinal Urinal w.c w.c W01 230 5,070 230 5,070 230 5,070 Urinal Urinal w.c w.c 11,804 w.c w.c w.c w.c
whb whb whb 4,260 4,260 Area:16.8 m2 COVERED WALKWAY Service Duct Non-Slip CeramicTiles
W01 SFL +3,550
LINE SHOP 230 5,070 230 5,070 Ceramic Tiles Non-Slip CeramicTiles 4,260 whb whb whb 5,070 230 5,070 230 4,260
G01 SFL -0,050
MALE TOILETS 15 SFL ±0,000 Service Duct
Area:24.2 m2 G04 16
Ceramic Tiles 17
SFL ±0,000 Area:16.8 m2 18
Ceramic Tiles 19
SFL ±0,000
5,070 230 5,070 230 5,070 900 230 5,070 230 5,070 4,770 LINE SHOP MALE TOILETS 15
101 G04 16
17
Area:24.2 m2 Area:16.8 m2 18
Ceramic Tiles Ceramic Tiles 19
SFL +3,600 SFL +3,600
1,200 230 1,200 230 7,270 5,000 4,770 4,770 8,115
9,770 5,000
W01 W01 ab ab MALE LOBBY W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 FEMALE LOBBY ab ab W01 W01 COVERED WALKWAY 1,200 230 1,200 230 900 230 15,670 230 3,000
ab Area:4.7 m2 ab ab ab ab ab ab Area:4.7 m2 ab Non-Slip CeramicTiles W01 230 3,000
SFL +3,550 MALE LOBBY FEMALE LOBBY
ab ab Area:4.7 m2
5,000 ab 248 ab ab ab ab ab ab ab ab ab 2,270 230 D W01 W01 Area:4.7 m2 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01
4,770 230 115 115 2,761 230 230 5,070
LINE SHOP W01 COVERED WALKWAY 2,750 COVERED WALKWAY W01 2,885 230
G28 3,000 Non-Slip CeramicTiles Non-Slip CeramicTiles
SFL -0,050 SFL -0,050 COVERED WALKWAY COVERED WALKWAY COVERED WALKWAY COVERED WALKWAY COVERED WALKWAY COVERED WALKWAY
Area:49.6 m2 Non-Slip CeramicTiles
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Ceramic Tiles G24 Ceramic Tiles 5,000 Fall Fall
SFL ±0,000 Area:49.5 m2 Area:49.5 m2 Area:49.5 m2 Area:49.5 m2 Area:49.5 m2 SFL ±0,000 5,000
Opening Area:49.5 m2 Ceramic Tiles Ceramic Tiles Ceramic Tiles 9,770 Ceramic Tiles Ceramic Tiles serving opening 3,736 115 1,042 115 3,500
Serving Ceramic Tiles SFL ±0,000 SFL ±0,000 SFL ±0,000

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1,600 25 1,421 1,085 Area:3.8 m2 Area:3.8 m2 w.c Lobby Lobby whb Area:3.8 m2 Area:3.8 m2 1,600 25 1,421 1,085
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2,603 230
whb MALE TOILETS FEMALE TOILETS Service Duct FEMALE Lockers Male RE RE Male Lockers FEMALE Service Duct FEMALE TOILETS MALE TOILETS K
Area:14.2 m2 Area:11.4 m2 CHANGE Lobby KITCHEN Lobby CHANGE Area:11.4 m2 Area:14.2 m2 L
Ceramic Tiles Ceramic Tiles shw ROOM 2,603 230 5,070 230 5,070 230 5,070 ROOM shw Ceramic Tiles Ceramic Tiles
SFL ±0,000 SFL ±0,000 whb SFL ±0,000 SFL ±0,000
MALE KITCHEN Area:32.9 m2 MALE
w.c w.c whb whb w.c w.c shw CHANGE Area:32.9 m2 w.c w.c whb whb w.c w.c
urinal urinal ROOM Ceramic Tiles whb whb whb Fall
whb whb Ceramic Tiles urinal urinal
w.c 3,755 115 1,200 1,200 115 3,755 230 3,755 115 1,200 230 3,755 115 1,200 230 3,755 115 1,200 1,200 115 3,755 SFL ±0,000 CHANGE w.c 5,000 5,000
SFL ±0,000 s.s sink s.s sink s.s sink
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K W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 W01 Fall
Fall
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Ceramic Tiles Ceramic Tiles

L ab ab ab ab SFL ±0,000 SFL ±0,000 ab ab ab ab

5,285 TELLER'S BAY Staff Lounge / ab 2,000 2,000 3,765 TELLER'S BAY 2,000 Fall 2,000
2,170 80 2,208 230 Area:21.3 m2 Office Space 3,765 ab Area:21.3 m2
Ceramic Tiles Area:14.2 m2 Staff Lounge /
SFL ±0,000 Ceramic Tiles Office Space Ceramic Tiles
Area:14.2 m2
8,270 SFL ±0,000 Ceramic Tiles SFL ±0,000

Partioning Board

Partioning Board 3,770 SFL ±0,000 80 Fall Fall Fall
1,000 115 2,655 Fall Fall
Teller 4 Teller 3 Teller 2 Teller 1 3,770 Teller 1 Teller 2 Teller 3 Teller 4
Partioning Board Partioning Board 115 115 115 2,711
Partioning Board Passage ab ab 115 900 900 1,500 115 ab ab
KITCHEN KITCHEN 5,285 5,285
80 arch over Area:4.0 m2 w.c s.s sink 115 115 Area:4.0 m2 w.c s.s sink 80
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M 1,332 80 1,753 Ceramic Tiles ab ab abab ab ab ab ab abab ab ab SFL ±0,000
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C SFL ±0,000 Male
M BANK Toilet
N G21 Male whb 14,126 whb arch over Fall Fall
Toilet whb whb Female Passage Fall
Area:147.8 m2 Female ANCHOR SHOP Toilet
4,197 Ceramic Tiles Toilet w.c w.c M M
SFL ±0,000 G20
115 Area:2,702.3 m2 11,064 C M
BANK M Fall Fall Fall N
1,088 8,894 OFFICE 2 SERVICE LANE Ceramic Tiles OFFICE 2 G18 8,894 N
8,894 Writing Counter Area:7.7 m2 ab ab 2,885 Area:42.1 m2 Ceramic Tiles SFL ±0,000 SFL ±0,000 2,885 Area:7.7 m2 Writing Counter 4,197 4,197
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Ceramic Tiles SFL ±0,000 Ceramic Tiles COVERED WALKWAY
SFL ±0,000
SFL ±0,000 2,655 115 Non-Slip CeramicTiles
SFL -0,050
1,000

230 SFL ±0,000 230 ab ab

COVERED WALKWAY SORTING OFFICE 3,000 SERVICE LANE Area:53.8 m2 Ceramic Tiles ab 3,000 SORTING OFFICE 3,045 80 5,145 1,088 CROMADECK ROOFING SHEETS CROMADECK ROOFING SHEETS 1,088
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SFL -0,050 Ceramic Tiles Ceramic Tiles
5,285 SFL ±0,000 SFL ±0,000
80
1,050 1,050 80 3,770 3,770

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2,974 Standing Platform 3,770 4,000 Ceramic Tiles 3,220 Ceramic Tiles Standing Platform
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Fall
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Booth Fall
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/ Sitting Area 2,955
OO
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Partioning Board
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SFL ±0,000
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SFL ±0,000

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230 Grill Gate 230

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SUPPORTING THE FUTURE

BETA Holdings held their second Students
Architectural Competition this year. The brief was
for students to design a building for an Institute
for the Built Environment sector. The proposed site would
be Borrowdale and the facility was to cater for the various
consultants in that sector including: architects, engineers,
quantity and surveyors, realtors, urban and regional
designers and environmental management.

Students had to incorporate the Beta Clay Brick and
Beta Concrete Roof Tiles as economic and aesthetically
pleasing building materials, whilst focusing on
environmental sustainability as well as green-building
technology of the future.

After months of ideation, submission and judgement, the
winners were announced at a premier gala in Harare. The
event had a very good build up towards the presentation
ceremony where the top architectural student would clinch
the $3000 prize and the prestigious Vernon Mwamuka
Floating Trophy – so named after the late visionary
architect. All the students were from NUST University, an
institution whose establishment credits the likes of Mr
Mwamuka, who was also its designer. Mr Musa Sangase,
who is the president of the Southern Africa Clay Brick
Association, graced the occasion as guest of honour and
commended the wonderful work Beta Bricks is doing to
inspire and excite young minds as the second largest high
quality brick-maker in Southern Africa.

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The winner was Tichaona Gondo, who haltingly expressed
his gratitude towards Beta Holdings as well as his mentors
and fellow students. The first and second runner up were
Tatenda Jambaya and Yamurai Chibayanzara respectively,
a commendation awarded to Takudzwa Musonza. All the
participants received shields as Beta Holdings felt they had done
really stellar work overall, making the judging very difficult.
The adjudication was presided over by Zimbabwe Institute of
Architects and was represented on the night by its President,
Architect Arthur Matondo, who applauded the level of skill
the students had shown. He remarked how the country’s
architectural future in Zimbabwe is clearly in safe hands.
Professor Gudyanga from the Ministry of Higher and Tertiary
education, who
was part of the
proceedings, told the
young architectural
students that one day
they could be called
by the government
to design buildings
similar to their
concepts that are
environmentally sound
and futuristic.

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VERNON BENELE Mwamuka, the first MALL in Johannesburg (South Africa)
black architect, still stands out as one the School of Hotel and Catering
of the foremost and most prominent (Bulawayo) and a chain of post
architects Zimbabwe ever produced. offices strewn across the country.
In his architectural portfolio, he
has to his name the imposing All these completed commissions
Southampton Life Centre (now ZB Life attest to Mwamuka’s creative
Towers), Construction House, Kopje identity. His works have left a
Plaza, Old Mutual Centre, the Four very unique aesthetic impact on
Ways Mall in Johannesburg and the the immediate environment of
Joina City (Harare) which became the the structures revitalising the
largest city development in years. surrounding urban expanse as in
the case of the Kopje Plaza (West
Other significant projects that of Harare’s skyline). The Kopje
brought him praise and respect Plaza changed the sky of the Kopje
include Africa University (Mutare),the area where a number of neglected
National University of Science and buildings had become an eyesore
Technology (Bulawayo), Harare and a sign of urban decay.
Domestic Airport, Bulawayo
International Airport, FOURWAYS Source: 100 Greatest Zimbabweans

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155,97 M BOUNDARY
154,98 M BOUNDARY

BORROWDALE OFFICES

0 10 20 50 METERS

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HOME DESIGN

A SLEEK AND MODERN HARARE
HOME GETS A CONTEMPORARY UPDATE

Text by Michael Nott | Photography by Michele Fortmann

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THIS modern, quirky home was originally designed by
another architect and then extensively modified – in line
with the owners’ requests – by architect Victor Utria (from
Fleet Utria Architecture).

Utria has undertaken a number of residential projects, although he is
perhaps best known for his large scale commercial designs, like the
Causeway Post Office (with the huge cut out square in the middle)
and the Runhare House building (with the fallen over pillars and small
amphitheatre in front). Utria’s designs tend to incorporate unusual
and thought provoking elements that blend basic structural and
functional designs with whimsical, almost sculptural elements.

This beautiful home illustrates many of Utria’s design signatures. It
has over sized circular windows, walls of glass bricks – a material
used extensively at the Causeway Post Office – a spiral staircase with
a central column topped by a spherical light, long views through the
open plan spaces and several skylights which transform ordinary
spaces into design features. His designs also tend to combine
austere, modernist, geometric shapes with softer curved structures.

The main entrance to the house illustrates a number of these design
features. A small square portico in front of the main entrance is
basically a concrete slab supported on one corner by a substantial, fat
pillar. Two sides of the slab are attached to the main structure of the
house and thinner exposed pillars can be seen both side supporting
the first floor slab and the roof, so that the structural elements are
clearly visible and you can see how the house is put together. Either
side of the front door are blocks of glass bricks – on one side in a sort
of inverted L-shape and on the other side in a stepped design. Cut
into the centre of the portico roof slab is a large glass skylight which
makes the heavy slab lighter and more delicate.

The door is a small sculptural artwork in itself. It’s made up of
different thicknesses of solid timber in a layered Z-shape that swivels
on a central vertical hinge. One side of the door opening has a small
clear glass panel set into the architrave while the opposite side has
a large frosted glass panel in a geometric design combining straight
lines and curves.

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Above the entrance on the first
floor of the building four huge
circular windows soften the almost
brutalist slab and pillar structure
with the hard edged flat roof
parapet visible above.

This sculptural, architectural
theme is echoed just inside the
front door with a dropped ceiling
section – painted in a different
colour – with a curvy edge, which
hangs above layers of S-shape
sliding wooden doors concealing a
storage space. The exterior walls
of square glass bricks, which allow
natural light into the entrance hall,
are set opposite round openings
within the interior walls, as well
as low dividing walls topped off
with more glass bricks. The low
walls and circular openings allow
extensive views of the interior
which run almost the entire length
of the building. Simple ceramic
floor tiles which cover most the
ground floor also add to a clean,
uncluttered look that emphasises
the very generously proportioned
spaces.

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HOME DESIGN

Just to the right of the front entrance hall a spiral staircase sweeps overlooking the swimming pool, with en suite bathroom. The pool,
up to the first floor. In front of the hall is a large dining room with big now in front of the house, was planned to be at the back of the house
windows opening out to the large paved terrace and the pool and where the current garages and parking spaces are. Where the garag-
garden beyond. es are now was originally designed as another lounge with the master
bedroom above. What was intended to be the master bedroom is now
The dining room is separated from the main lounge by a low partition their son’s room with a private bathroom and covered balcony.
wall also with a stepped glass brick design. A double sided fireplace
heats both the dining room and the lounge. Down along the open plan Utria opened up the front of the house more adding large sliding alu-
passageway is an additional smaller TV lounge which is more intimate minium doors and windows. He also extended the front verandah or
and cosy. deck area so that it runs almost the full width of the house and looks
over the pool deck which is set a few feet lower down the sloping front
Across the hallway from the dining room is an open plan kitchen, garden. He also added the triangular shaped balcony which leads off
recently renovated and refitted by Romeo kitchens, in a sleek classic the master suite upstairs and looms over the verandah like the prow
black and white scheme with a movable centre island, a breakfast of a ship.
counter and chrome stools. The double door fridge is hidden behind
cupboard doors that blend with the cabinets, the dishwasher is set Upstairs there’s the son’s room, the master suite, two additional bed-
under the counter and the ovens are set into the cabinetry so the rooms that share a bathroom, as well a smaller lounge entertainment
kitchen has a sleek, almost minimalist look in keeping with the overall area and even space for a home gym set up. The upstairs lounge
architectural design, although it’s superbly equipped for catering and area is dominated by the spiral staircase which has a central circular
entertaining on a large scale. column rising up through the centre and topped with a spherical light.
There’s another square skylight over the lounge. Unlike the ground
At the owners’ request Utria changed part of the internal layout of the floor where most of the floors are ceramic tiles, the upstairs is mostly
house so that what was originally designed as parking garages on the carpeted (except for the open plan lounge) keeping it warmer in winter
east side of the house was converted to a self contained guest wing and giving it a softer feel.

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Liz Howes from Howes and Homes was recently consulted to give the tiles – but the master en suite bathroom was totally transformed.
home an update. Although built nearly 20 years ago the home is still There had previously been a rather awkward passageway to the
structurally strikingly modern but the exterior colour scheme of neutral bathroom which was totally demolished. In its place now is a sliding
beiges and creams had become a little dated. Howes and Homes door of wood and frosted glass, designed by the owner and made
repainted the whole exterior – including the boundary walls – in more up by Howes and Homes’ carpenter. There’s a small modesty wall
contemporary shades of greys and blues, which also serve to highlight concealing the toilet and bidet but the rest of the bathroom is
some of the architectural features like the pillars and the balcony spacious and airy and three new windows were added to make the
railings. Part of the deck around the pool had collapsed caused a tree room much lighter. There’s a huge glass shower cubicle and a free
falling onto it so Howes and Homes repaired pool surround. standing oval bath as well as double vanity basins set into a black
granite counter top. Pale tiles and plain white walls give the new
Inside the house parts of the downstairs were refreshed and bathroom a luxury spa look.
repainted while most of the upstairs was repainted and a new ceiling
and new lights were installed in the lounge space. Two upstairs No doubt this stunning home will still be a shining example of great
bathrooms were renovated with new fittings – baths, showers and modern design for at least another 20 more years.

FOR ALL YOUR • KITCHENS & BATHROOMS OUT OF AFRICA
• ROOFS & GUTTERING
HOME • PAINTING
• PLUMBING
OFFICE • ELECTRICS
• GATES & WALLS
OUTDOOR • PAVING
• OUTDOOR ENTERTAINING
BUILDING AND • WALLS & FLOORS
RENOVATING • TILING
NEEDS • BUILT IN CUPBOARDS
• EXTERIOR FACADES
• CONVERSIONS,

EXTENSIONS & ALTERATIONS
• COMMERCIAL

& RESIDENTIAL BUILDING

82 structure & design | ISSUE 8 CONTACT: LIZ HOWES • [email protected] • 0772 253 236

DESIGN EDUCATION

City, Life, Culture
and Home
Parallel Nippon: Contemporary Japanese Architecture 1996-2006

AT the National Gallery of Zimbabwe was a travelling
architecture exhibition organised by the Japan Foundation.
This exhibition was made in cooperation with the
Architectural Institute of Japan. It focuses on Japanese architecture
of 1996-2006, with the aim of conveying accurate picture of Japan’ s
architectural profession in those ten years, during which it generated
new forms of value through fine-tuned designs adapted to the evolving
demands of the times.

SHOWED: November 6 - 26, 2017
WHERE: National Gallery of Zimbabwe (Harare, Zimbabwe)

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BEDROOM TRENDS ON THE WAY

THE bedroom is without question among pink, as well as cooler colors such as light blue,
the most popular rooms in the house and lavender, lilac or mint green are suitable. You can
the apartment. After all, this is the place use the colors in different ways: Use the wall colors
where you should really relax and unwind. No wonder as trends for the bedroom or use living accessories
he receives so much attention in terms of decor in the form of textiles such as carpets, bed rugs,
and design. If you find it difficult to come up with bedding, decorative cushions or curtains to create
something yourself or if you want to set up the facility the desired color combinations.
according to the latest trends, it is not uncommon
to resort to examples from the internet. If this is By the way, “combinations” is another key word. A bit
the case for you too, you can be happy because the more colorful and still subtle are also combinations
following examples of modern and latest bedroom of two to three pastel tones. A colorful one can be
trends 2018 will certainly be very helpful. combined with one or more neutral tones. The space
becomes clearly more vibrant through these bedroom
While some people point to extravagant colors, trends, but without disturbing the quiet atmosphere.
others prefer something more simple and quieter.
If you belong to the second group, we have good In the bedroom beds there is generally no rule in the
news for you. Because exactly these colors belong bedroom trends. Nevertheless, it is noticeable that
to the times bedroom trends on Pinterest. Subtle simple bed frames are often chosen. The frame and
shades and accents are in demand and together feet, which correspond to the motto “less is more”
with neutral tones like white, beige or gray create a and are medium to low, are a good choice and create
harmonious ambience to feel good. a modern flair. The bed in the bedroom, as the center
of the room, is thus somewhat in the background
Use delicate pastels for the design and setting. and offers other accents and living accessories the
Which color you choose in this case does not matter. possibility to radiate in the center. The simple design
Both warm tones such as peach, pastel yellow or promises stylish beds for a modern room.

seasons greetings

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FOR L“OBCUIALDLINPGACRATPAICCIITPY AANTDIOLINNKIANGEMS AJOR
NFAOTR ILOOCNAALLPAIRNTFICRIPAASTITORN UINCMTAUJORRE

NATIONAL INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS”

PROJECTS”

Zimbabwe Building Contractors Association (ZBCA) is proud to host their Annual Conference at Great Zimba-

ZBCA CONFERENCE 2017bwe Hotel, Masvingo from the 8th to the 10th of November ending with a Golf Day on Friday 10th November
2017.

THE much awaited ZBCA 2017 Annual General Conference ANNUAL CONFERENCE & GOLF DAY 8th TO 10TH

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Hotel. The Conference managed to draw more than 120
participants across the built environment. It was officiallyNoOpeVneEdMbyBER 2017

Masvingo Resident Minister and Guest of Honour Dr P. Chimedza.

PURPOSE OF THE CONFERENCE

Indeed, the Conference lived to its billing as the place where

To buthiledretahlecocnastpruacctiiotnysoecftloor cisasul ecsoanretrdaeclibtoerrastebd.yThlienrkeiwnags them to policy and decision makers as well as critical stake-
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servicCeasbisneetc, tRoBrZs, .Agribank, ZIE and Ministry of Local Government, Public

Works and National Housing; among others.

WHO SHOULD ATTEND

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Street & N. Mandela Avenue, Harare. Website: www.zbca.org/ Facebook page

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Members: $ 400.00 Non-Members:$500.00

Account Name: Zimbabwe Building Contractors Association (Projects Account)

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tions, rural and urban councils, town planners, investment authorities, suppliers and service providers to the
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PARTNERSHIP OPPORTUNITIES

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from co-sponsoring dinners or lunches, to sponsoring the main conference or branded conference regalia.
There is also limited exhibition space.

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tor. Those interested, please feel free to contact ZBCA: Tel: +263 4 779 283-4 Fax: +236 4 796 256 Email:
[email protected] / [email protected] , 2nd Floor, Office 202, Saint Barbara House, 115 L. Takawira
Street & N. Mandela Avenue, Harare. Website: www.zbca.org/ Facebook page

REGISTRATION FEES

All fees are payable directly to the Zimbabwe Building Contractors Association Account:

Members: $ 400.00 Non-Members:$500.00

Account Name: Zimbabwe Building Contractors Association (Projects Account)

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