In Joint Venture with Marian Louw Landscape Architects and Blueprint Landscape Architecture, KH Landscape Architects completed the beautification of six town entrances for the City of Ekurhuleni in 2016 and early 2017. The design theme called for tall vertical elements that will assist with place-making and entrance definition.
KH Landscape Architects designed a streetscape master plan for various road centre islands and road intersections in the CBD of Randfontein.
The landscape design called for strong vertical elements and a colour theme that was repeated along the route.
Planting design required hardy, robust and low maintenance plants.
Locality: Southern and Eastern Ekurhuleni
Client: Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality, Parks and Cemeteries
Budget: R12 million
Completion date: June 2017
Joint venture with Marian Louw Landscape Architects
Six town entrances, namely Katlehong, Thokoza, Vosloorus, Tsakane, Springs and Duduza town entrances were identified for beautification with unique and monumental elements. Sites addressed pedestrian circulation and where possible, recreational elements such as seating and picnic areas were included in the projects. The Duduza town entrance was included in a community park that was development with a children’s play area and an outdoor gym area.
Locality: Randfontein Central Business District
Client: Randfontein Local Municipality
Budget: Planning only – no construction budget
Completion date: May 2009
The Randfontein Local Municipality planned to beautify road islands and intersections located within the Central Business District.
KH Landscape Architects was appointed to design intersections and road islands in two areas. The aim was to introduce colour, vertical structures and unify the CBD.