June Jordaan

June Jordaan is a qualified architect and has worked in the fields of architecture, urban design and interior design in practices in Amsterdam, Mauritius and Cape Town. She has been conducting research and lecturing Architectural Theory and Design at the Department of Architectural Technology at the Cape Peninsula University of Technology since 2010. She recently submitted her PhD in Architecture at the University of Pretoria. Her research interests include phenomenology, place-making, haptic and multisensory design. Department of Architectural Technology and Interior Design Faculty of Informatics and Design Cape Peninsula University of Technology South Africa Room 10.25, Tenth Floor, Media City Building c/o Heerengracht St and Hertzog Blvd, Foreshore, Cape Town 8000 Tel: 076 041 0809/021 440 2231 jordaanju@cput.ac.za june.jordaan@gmail.com

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Exploring shared knowledge in a design-build project A story from Hangberg, Hout Bay

Introduction This case study tells the story of a design-build project in Hangberg, Hout Bay, South Africa during the first week of November 2014. The project was initiated through the Design Build Research Studio (DBRS) of the Cape Peninsula University

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