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Lightweight Formwork   The focus of moladi has always been on affordable and low-income homes for the mass market. Due to the continuous improvements over nearly three decades moladi has emerged as a leader in the field of “producing” top quality structures in a very short period at a reduced price,…

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Shoppers entering Port Elizabeth’s new Baywest Mall are welcomed into the 90 000m2 building by the vibrant colours of Corobrik’s Constantia and Wheatstone pavers. Opened in May after two years of construction, the R1.7 billion Baywest Mall is set to be the catalyst for development of the greater Baywest City…

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Beyond The Brick - moladi The NMMU School of Architecture is internationally renowned for the quality of its teaching and the high calibre of diplomates and graduates it produces. The Department of Architecture has been successfully producing professional architects for 37 years. The focus of the Department is on the creative…

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Innovative SA building system to exhibit in the Netherlands Due to the success the Design Indaba team has had with its two ‘Africa is Now’ exhibitions, they were approached to curate a segment on African design for an inaugural exhibition taking place in August at a new design museum called…

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Companies that specialize in customized, made-to-order staircases are going eco-friendly with personalized designs and work ethics that embody the true meaning of “green design” It seems everybody is going green these days. The entire world is making in effort to reduce the impact on the environment, and contractors are no…

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Single-lever mixers: sustainable technology comes in many forms Environmental benefits of the world’s most popular faucet type Faucets are crucial to the functionality of any modern bathroom. No matter whether it sits on the washbasin, over the tub or in the shower, the faucet controls the volume and temperature of…

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Developed by Hungarian architect Aron Losonczi, LiTraCon (Light Transmitting Concrete) is the world’s first commercially available transparent concrete. The translucent material is created by combining concrete and thousands of optical fiber strands that act like aggregate. The optical fibers form a matrix between the two main surfaces of concrete block, connecting and…

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