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  • Brink, Basil (2012-03-06)
    In this paper a closer look is taken at the role that creativity plays in the design process. The purpose of the paper is to establish whether creativity is an essential ingedient in the design process. 'Design' and ...
  • The editor, Planning (Planning, 1990-01)
    In 1986 an urban design Master Plan for the Germiston Station Precinct, as prepared by a multi-disciplinary team from SA Transport Services and the Germiston local authority, was approved. This article outlines the approval ...
  • Brink, Basil (Railways Africa, 1999-02)
    The artcle outlines the planning and construction history of Esselenpark and shatters some of the myths surrounding its construction. It examines why such an anachronistic, labour intenive and expensive complex was built ...
  • Brink, Basil (2012-06-12)
    The covert role that the Afrikaner Broederbond (AB), a secret organisation with membership reserved for white Afrikaner males, played in the physical development of universities for the white Afrikaans-speaking section of ...
  • Molobela, I.P.; Ilunga, F.M. (2011-08)
    Literature study on the impact of parameters (nutrient, temperature, surface materials and condition, hydrodynamics) on biofilm formation is well studied. Extensive research has focused on studying the relationship between ...
  • Molobela, I.P.; Ho, W.H. (2011-08)
    Biofilm attachment, development, behaviour and population characteristics are strongly influenced by many environmental factors and by biological properties. One of the most important factors affecting biofilm structure ...
  • Brink, Basil (Chief Director (Building Services) SA Transport Services, 1987-11)
    The purpose of the report is to provide a comprehensive spatial survey of Johannesburg's main station, also known as Park Station, and its environs. Information in the report provides a foundation on which a development ...
  • Molobela, I.P.; Sinha, P. (2011)
    Water is the commodity of life. Water is present everywhere and is a vital need for everyone globally. Without water, many lives will be threatened as it is required for human economic and social needs. Many challenges ...
  • Molobela, Itumeleng Phyllis; Sinha, Pramod (2011-08)
    Water is the commodity of life and is a vital need for everyone globally. Without water, many lives are being threatened as it is required for human economic and social needs. There are many challenges regarding water ...
  • Brink, Basil (2012-03-19)
    The intention of this paper is to determine whether a statistial correlation exists between migration and dwelling quality. Quality and quantity of dwellings in Rotterdam and Rijnmond, the province in which Rotterdam is ...
  • Brink, Basil; Downs, Robert (Sapoa News, 1986-03)
    This paper intends to focus attention on possibilities and processes in developing tracts of vacant, often unsightly and under-utilised transport land in our cities and suburbs
  • Brink, Basil; Downs, Robert (Sapoa News, 1990-03)
    The purpose of this article is to create an awareness of commercial property development opportunities offered by transport land. Examples are presened of such developments in first world countries. A systematic approach ...
  • Brink, Basil (2012-03-06)
    Town planning in Britain originated because of an increase in population; migration from rural areas to expanding cities; work opportunities arising from new industries and machines, all in combination with unhygienic ...
  • Brink, Basil (1998-01)
    The aim of this paper is to create an awareness of the challenges and opportunities that the development of parastatal properties provide for government, the business sector and built environment professionals. A distinction ...
  • Nuttall, Jean (building, 1990-06-25)
    In 1990 project architect Basil Brink, assisted by Stuart Douglas, Mark Hansen, Lynnsay Nuyten and Alec Johnston, designed a new transport museum for Transnet in northern Newtown. Heritage considerations of the historic ...
  • Brink, Basil (2011-10-24)
    This presentation commences with a brief personal introduction and presents a Vision for the Physical Planning Unit (PPU)and the planning of the Uiversity of Cape Town's Groote Schuur Campus. Recomendations include firstly ...
  • Brink, Basil; Jacob, Peter; Douglas, Stuart (2012-03-06)
    This report motivates for approval to proceed with planning and development of new office accommodation for the SA Transport Services (SATS), later Transnet, in central Johannesburg. Work completed to date, e.g. a feasibility ...
  • Brink, Basil (2012-06-12)
    Many buildings in the extensive oeuvre of the architect Brian Allen Theodor Sandrock (1925-1990) and his ‘right hand man’ Alewyn Petrus Burger (1933-) are iconic symbols of apartheid modernity. Their Modern Movement buildings ...
  • Brink, Basil (2000-07)
    During the late 19th and 20th century the S A Railways and Harbours, the S A Transport Services and their recent successors Transnet and the S A Rail Commuter Corporation developed several landmarks and precincts in ...
  • Brink, Basil (2011-08-29)
    Three trends in dealing with water problems now facing humankind are: Commodification of water; returning some water to nature, and water use equity. Problems (negatives) with sourcing potable water in the Eastern Cape ...

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