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GERNEKE, Carl (Gus)

Born:

Architect


(BArch (Pret) 1964). Also sometimes spelt GERNECKE.

List of projects

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Tshilidzini Hospital: early 1970s. Thohoyandou, Limpopo - Design Architect

Articles by GERNEKE

MARÉ, E., GERNEKE, C. & LE ROUX, S. 1987. Importance of architects' views in architectural history. South African Journal of Culture and Art History. vol. 1 no. 1. March pp. 76-90

Books citing GERNEKE

Bakker, Karel A, Clarke, Nicholas J. 2014. Eclectic ZA Wilhelmiens : A shared Dutch built heritage in South Africa. Pretoria: Visual Books. pp 1

Entries in books by GERNEKE

Gerneke, Gus. From Brazil to Pretoria: The Second Wave of the Modern Movement. In Architecture of the Transvaal. 1998. UNISA

Gerneke, Gus. House Mabet. In 10 years + 100 buildings : Architecture in a Democratic South Africa. 2009. Bell-Roberts Publishing

Gerneke, Gus. House Groenewald. In 10 years + 100 buildings : Architecture in a Democratic South Africa. 2009. Bell-Roberts Publishing

Gerneke, Gus. Stables & Studio. In 10 years + 100 buildings : Architecture in a Democratic South Africa. 2009. Bell-Roberts Publishing

Gerneke, Gus. Apartheid Museum. In 10 years + 100 buildings : Architecture in a Democratic South Africa. 2009. Bell-Roberts Publishing

Gerneke, Gus. Tree House. In 10 years + 100 buildings : Architecture in a Democratic South Africa. 2009. Bell-Roberts Publishing

Gerneke, Gus. Red House. In 10 years + 100 buildings : Architecture in a Democratic South Africa. 2009. Bell-Roberts Publishing

Gerneke, Gus. Nieuwe Sion Farmstead. In 10 years + 100 buildings : Architecture in a Democratic South Africa. 2009. Bell-Roberts Publishing

Gerneke, Gus. Red Location Museum of Struggle. In 10 years + 100 buildings : Architecture in a Democratic South Africa. 2009. Bell-Roberts Publishing

Gerneke, Carl. An account of the shipwrek of the Sterreschans by Count de Grandpré. In Festschrift in honour of O.J.O. Ferreira. 2010. Adamastor