Jeremy Steere Architect

Jeremy Steere Architect

Architects from Mtunzini, South Africa
In 2004 Jeremy Steere Architect emerged from our home in Mtunzini, a 1940’s railway house referred to as a “miskiet-huis” with malaria being a problem in those days in northern KZN....... all doors and windows were screened with mosquito-mesh.

The office was built above a ‘Granny Flat’ in the garden as a small yet functional space with large sliding folding windows opening up onto the dune forest providing sneaky glimpses of the sea. After expanding, space constraints required another office for staff comfort and we decided to open an office in Eshowe 45km away. At the time, Eshowe had no architect and a need was evident with rural projects such as clinics, hospitals and schools being designed by architects from Richards Bay and Empangeni.
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Mtunzini, South Africa