The multi-faceted topic of building for communities of faith in South Africa during the C20 is explored. This contribution signals not only that there were a great variety of religious denominations for which Dutch-related designs were made for buildings and applied arts, but also that these places have exerted a great influence in the local community and town development.
|Title of host publication||Common Ground|
|Subtitle of host publication||Dutch-South African Architectural Exchanges 1902–1961|
|Editors||Nicholas J Clarke, Roger C. Fisher, Marieke C. Kuipers|
|Number of pages||16|
|Publication status||Published - 2021|