Norval Foundation Architecture Tour – Cape Town’s Newest Museum

The opening of the Norval Foundation was the most exciting development in Cape Town’s art scene last year.  Situated on the slopes of the Constantiaberg Mountain, the museum’s design makes the most of its stunning setting. It incorporates spaces especially for large sculptures (the core of the Norval collection) and galleries for a variety of exhibitions. It also includes research, art storage facilities, apartment, shop and restaurant.

We’ll get insights into how the project began and was completed from Renske Haller, the Managing Director of dhk architects. Of particular interest will be seeing how the sculpture garden has developed one year on.

Images below and on the homepage from Culture Connect’s previous’ architects’ tour, just after it opened in May.

Date:  tbc – summer 2019
Time:  10am – 12pm
Venue: Norval Foundation Art Gallery1 Ou Kaapse Rd, Tokai
Cost: R250 per person pre-21 March payment, then R350 (admission is usually R160 per person)

For lunch in the Skotnes restaurant in the museum, it is an extra R300 per head including wine.


Norval Foundation

Related event:

Waterfront Sculptures with Claudette Schreuders