House StrandveldJo Noero formed Noero Architects in Johannesburg in 1984. It was restyled as Noero Wolff Architects from 1999 to May 2012, when it became Noero Architects once more. The practice, which has it’s offices based in Cape Town and Port Elizabeth, has completed over 200 buildings with a focus on public buildings such as museums, schools, art galleries, university buildings and social housing. Noero has been the recipient of local and international¬†awards, including the Ralph Erskine Prize from the Nordic Association of Architects in 1993, the Lubetkin Prize from the Royal Institute of British Architects in 2006, and the Gold Medal for Architecture from the South African Institute of Architects in 2010. Read More>