Department of Architecture and Spatial Planning

DASP PUBLIC LECTURE - 'PRAGMATIC IDEALISM' - Green architecture of Uganda by Felix Holland

Felix Holland is an architect and co-founder of Localworks, a Ugandan design & build collaborative specialising in ecological architecture. Motivated in equal parts by idealism, pragmatism and professionalism, the group consists of a closely-knit team of professionals – architects, interior and landscape designers, civil/structural and mechanical/electrical engineers, quantity surveyors, project managers – who together are committed to advancing green architecture in theory and in practice.

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DASP Katrin Vaatz Resource Center now open!

The Department of Architecture and Spatial Planning (DASP) at NUST has reached a milestone in its development, by opening the Katrin Vaatz Resource Centre (KVRC) for students and staff. The resource center has been named after the late Katrin Vaatz when she bequeathed here collection of architectural resources to the Department in 2012.

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ONLINE PROGRAMME: SUSTAINABLE URBANISATION – A call to action across the Commonwealth

This event is the fifth in the Sustainable Urbanisation series and will be hosted jointly by the Association of Commonwealth Universities and the Commonwealth Association of Architects. It will focus on the findings of the ‘Survey of the Built Environment Professions in the Commonwealth’ and the need to build capacity and capability to better respond to the challenges created by climate change and rapid urbanisation. 

PLEASE NOTE THAT THE TIME FOR THIS EVENT IN NAMIBIA WILL BE: 13h00 (CAT) ON THE 22nd JULY 2020

Opening remarks will be given by:

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DASP Alumna Esther Shipuata joins the Department as Junior Lecturer

I am a junior lecturer in the architecture program at DASP and an architect-in-training, under the Namibian Council for Architects and Quantity Surveyors. 

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City of Windhoek's Management Plans for Climate Change

Public Lecture by Olavi Makuti on 14 May 2018 16:00 at DASP

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