Cape Town’s new tallest building, Portside, currently under construction, will be the first significant high-rise in Cape Town since Safmarine House in 1993. Join us on a tour!
Future Cape Town showcases the progress on site at various major and minor buildings being constructed or refurbished in Cape Town.
The architects and engineers behind Portside, Cape Town’s rising skyscaper, shared some details of the project at a recent gathering at the Cape Institute for Architecture. Gareth Pearson shares his perspective on some of the insights from the event.
Designed jointly by DHK and Louis Karol Architects the 148-metre Portside will be the highest building in Cape Town’s CBD,
Statement prepared by Andres de Wet (Founder, Breede Valley Partnership) and Issued by Andres de Wet and Rashiq Fataar (Editor, Future Cape Town)
Read more about Portside, Cape Town’s new tallest tower and 22 Bree, a 60m tall, modern sibling to the Terraces
Good progress is being made overall. They have reached the “final excavation level” over the tower block section and core
The form and massing of the building follows a traditional typology with a clearly defined base , tower shaft and