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PROJECTS - RETAIL SECTOR

PROJECTS - RETAIL SECTOR

  • Pine Street Skywalk, Durban
  • Central Hub Facility
  • Monte Casino East End Development, Fourways
  • MTN SP Retail National
  • Bridge City Shopping Centre, Durban

PROJECTS - RESIDENTIAL SECTOR

PROJECTS - RESIDENTIAL SECTOR

  • Buccluech Residential Estate
  • North Riding Luxury Cluster Development
  • Meyersdaal Cluster Development

PROJECTS - INDUSTRIAL SECTOR

PROJECTS - INDUSTRIAL SECTOR

  • Truck Staging Area
  • Mini Factories
  • Production Facility  Werma Patterns & Moulds
  • Production Facility  Rieter Feltex
  • Production Facility  Automotive Leather Company
  • VW Distirbution Warehouse, Ceturion
  • New Distribution Facility for VW S.A



PROJECTS - COMMERCIAL SECTOR

PROJECTS - COMMERCIAL SECTOR

  • Old Mutual Centre, Durban
  • V3 Offices, Durban
  • Autocity, Durban
  • Automotive Supplier Park, Rosslyn
  • Lear Corporation Factory
  • Central Hub Facility
  • Logistic Centre
  • Nelson Mandela Bay Logistics Park- Port Elizabeth.



About Us

Artek 4 architecture and design was established in October 1989 as a result of an amalgamation  of two KwaZulu Natal practices: Bekker Hofman and Olaf Pretorius & Poole, with the express intent of providing wholistic client-based design solutions with a key focus of successful product delivery.We aim to achieve this by constant client interaction and education.This undoubtedly ensures a client’s full understanding of the eventual product. Our philosophy is to add value to our clients needs to no end.   More

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Form ever follows function.

Louis Henry Sullivan (1856-1924) U.S. architect.

Highlighted Work

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BMW SA TRAINING FACILITY
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   HOUSE : JAY NAIDOO (CHAIRMAN J&J GROUP)
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RETAIL DEVELOPMENT - QUEENSTOWN

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Our Goal

The practice endeavours to create timeless solutions for an everchanging environment, cleverly ensuring that every stitch created contributes positively to the urban fabric. It is the aim of the practice to build relationships with other practices that share the same philosophies as ours, in order to create synergies toward a common goal of design delivery.