Architecture that resonates

The Red Location Museum’s sawtooth roof alludes to factories’ role as the only inter-racial political forum under apartheid.

‘My father would have been very happy that the Red Location won the first Lubetkin Prize because it links architecture with social purpose,’ said Sasha Lubetkin as she made the inaugural award last month.

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