From all of us at the GSA, a heartfelt 'thank you' to everyone who has supported and encouraged us this year. It's been a year of challenges, opportunities and successes. We're immensely proud of our graduating students and wish them every success as they go out into - and change - the world. We wish everyone a very happy holiday season and we look forward to seeing you in 2019!
GSA Metro to Open!
The GSA's newest home, GSA Metro, opened officially on 1 December 2018. Located in the heart of Braamfontein, the new review, seminar, cinema and office space has entrances on both Juta and Smit Streets. It will be home to the academic team as well as a bookable space for reviews, film screenings and seminars. Plans are underway to host the monthly Architecture + Film Series on the first Friday of every month in Metro. Look out for listings in 2019!
GSA SUPER SHOW!
On November 22, we’re delighted to present ‘SUPER-SHOW 2018’, showcasing the work of almost 100 postgraduate students in our exhibition space at GSA MOAD, 281 Commissioner Street. With outstanding work from students in our six Units, prizes, speeches and a wine bar, it’s the ‘go-to’ event of the graduate season. Employers, would-be students, alumni, friends and families and the creative and curious are all welcome. The exhibition will remain open Tuesday 27th November to Saturday 1st December, from 10am to 4pm.
PhD in Art & Design (with a specialisation in Architecture)
The GSA is pleased to announce it will be accepting applications for the new FADA Faculty-wide PhD in Art & Design (with a specialisation in Architecture) from February 1 2019. A handy FAQ and Guide to Submitting a Proposal can be obtained from the Academic Admissions Office (email@example.com) or from GSA Senior Ops Manager (firstname.lastname@example.org).
GSA Super Show 2018!
This year, we’re delighted to present ‘SUPER-SHOW 2018’, showcasing the work of almost 100 postgraduate students in our exhibition space at GSA MOAD, 281 Commissioner Street. With outstanding work from students in our six Units, prizes, (very short) speeches and a wine bar, it’s the ‘go-to’ event of the graduate season. Employers, would-be students, alumni, friends and families and the creative and curious are all welcome.
GSA Boogertman+Partners ILS # 15
Jonathan Manning is Group Managing Director at Osmond Lange + Ikemeleng Architects. He made his home in Johannesburg in 1999 after completing his studies at the Bartlett School of Architecture in London. His professional journey in South Africa has included periods working in the offices of Peter Rich as well as OMM Design Workshop + Urban Solutions. In 2004, he co-founded Ikemeleng Architects, a practice that cut its teeth on public infrastructure projects including the Rea Vaya BRT and O.R. Tambo International Airport. Jonathan’s architectural interests are located as much in the voids between buildings as in buildings themselves. Set against the backdrop of South Africa’s immense inequality and incredible spatial distortion, the focus of much of Ikemeleng’s work has been on the public realm in Johannesburg, on the vital negative spaces where experience is collective, where sovereignty is shared and where common identity is forged (or at least should be). Jonathan speaks regularly both locally and internationally at conferences and symposiums on this topic and others linked to work of Osmond Lange + Ikemeleng.