GLH & Associates Architects
Grosskopff Lombart Huyberechts & Associates Architects is an energetic architectural design firm based in Johannesburg, South Africa. We have been in practice since 1945. Our deep love of architecture drives our aim to maintain the highest levels of design innovation through the creation of exciting yet timeless buildings which graciously hold their own in the built environment.
Although we are one of the oldest architecture firms in continuous practice in the country, we perceive ourselves as a young and dynamic team who are able to consistently produce good architecture; always maintaining design integrity and traditional values of service and production. Each project, regardless of its size, receives the same meticulous attention.
We are a medium sized firm of 40 people. By maintaining a workforce of this size we ensure that every job in the office is designed and constructed under the supervision of one of the partners, resulting in each building receiving the utmost consideration from concept to implementation. We have expanded our design expertise beyond South Africa and are involved in several exciting projects internationally.
The practice also promotes, designs and develops a number of building projects for its own account, which gives us a sharp edge in the development of commercial properties for others. We understand the requirements of a building from both tenant and landlord perspectives.
Our ethos is that our architecture adds value to any project. We have been successful in recent years in securing some prestigious projects: Locally Nedbank Phase I and II, Sandton ABSA Towers West, Johannesburg CBD Standard Bank Centre, Rosebank The Sandton Emperor, Morningside Vodacom Campus (Phase I – 6), Midrand Hollard Phase I and II, Parktown Microsoft, Bryanston Tiger Brands Phase I and II, Bryanston Multichoice Customer Care and Auditorium, Randburg Standard Bank Global Leadership Centre, Morningside Internationally Le Meridien Ikoyi, Nigeria Gate of Kuwait, Kuwait
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