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City of Cape Town Civic Centre, Memorial Wall unveiling

Cape Town, Western Cape, South Africa

City of Cape Town Civic Centre, Memorial Wall:

We are very proud to be the architects and principal agents on this auspicious project. 

Ald. JP Smith delivered an emotive address to the families and colleagues of servicemen who died whilst in service of the City.


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June 2017

Published by: Ruben Reddy Media Department


Preserving Madiba's legacy

Johannesburg, Gauteng, South Africa

UK-based architecture firms Sheppard Robson and John Cooper Architecture (JCA) collaborated in 2009 to win an international design competition for the new Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital in Johannesburg.


The facility – which employs 150 paediatric doctors and 450 nurses – opened last year. Sheppard Robson and JCA, responsible for the concept design of the hospital, were joined GAPP Architects and Urban Designers and Ruben Reddy Architects. GAPP Designers were responsible for the development of the facade and public the hospital, whilst Ruben Reddy Architects were the local lead architects that included the design development of the clinical facilities of the building.


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May 2017

Published by: African Designs Magazine


Temporary solutions

Durban, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa

South African architect, Ruben Reddy, the masterplanner for the 2022 Durban Commonwealth Games,

wants temporary structures to create a sustainable future for sport.


When Sports Management first met the highly regarded South African architect Ruben Reddy, he had just told a room packed full of football industry bods that West Ham United made a mistaking moving into the London Stadium, that Manchester United should move in with Manchester City, and that football stadiums were, generally, unsustainable. Unorthodox, but full of logic, his arguments during his panel session at the Soccerex Global Convention made people sit up and take notice.


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Feb 2017

Published by: Matthew Campelli,

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