House Cormallen Hill

    An engineer, his wife and two teenage children, needed a home where the kids could stay on after finishing school and while at varsity, (and maybe even longer). They purchased a steep and relatively small site before appointing us as architects. There are beautiful views, over the roofs of the neighbors across the
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Light House

  Light House used to be two houses in Sandton that were fused with the addition of a kitchen-dining area to create a family home for an artistic couple and their two boys. The house was designed as a low maintenance, industrial-look house that becomes a blank canvas for their collection of art works. In
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Vogelfontein Clinic

In collaboration with COENG Consulting Engineers, Strey Architects were asked to design a clinic in Vogelfontein, Bethlehem. We had just more than a week to design a clinic in timber before they broke ground on site. It is a timber frame structure with timber ship-lap cladding designed so that panels can be constructed off site and erected
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Koi House

    The clients wanted a holiday home at the coast which they and their 60 Koi fish could move to when they retire. Animals, and the protection of the earth’s natural resources, was second on their list of ‘must-haves’. Strey Architects was presented with low lying stand at the end of a Cul-de-Sac, with
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