A revival of Greek and Roman principles in a more solid and severe manner than the Renaissance and Baroque. The Greek Doric was favoured for church building in the Cape Province during the c19. In the Orange Free State Republic the more restrained Neo-Classical was favoured above the more lavish Wilhelmine/ Victorian then the vogue in the rest of the colonies, Otto HAGER being a major exponent at the time.
List of structures built in this style
|Bhunga Building - Chamber and offices of United Transkeian Territories General Council, 1928, Mthatha (Umtata), Eastern Cape |
|Bhunga Building - Chamber and offices of United Transkeian Territories General Council, 1963, Mthatha (Umtata), Eastern Cape |
|Chamber and offices of United Transkeian Territories General Council - Bhunga Building, 1928, Mthatha (Umtata), Eastern Cape |
|Groot Constantia Wine Cellar, 1791, Cape Town, Western Cape |
|Hellenic Government School, 1928-1931, Malvern, Johannesburg, Gauteng |
|House Harwin: Sans Souci, 1883, Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu-Natal |
|North End Public Library, 1936, Port Elizabeth, Eastern Cape |
|Outeniqua Lodge, 1924, George, Western Cape |
|Public Library, 1905, East London, Eastern Cape |
|Standard Bank, 1881 : 1919, Central, Cape Town, Western Cape |
|Union Buildings, 1909-1913, Pretoria, Gauteng |
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