Paulo Esteves Architect


Paulo Esteves completed his course at the University of the Witwatersrand in 1999, his final year thesis being an investigation of the unique building type that has become the building with highway frontage.

While employed at Mashabane Rose Architects, he was involved in the project of the Apartheid Museum in Johannesburg.

While at Paragon Architects he held the position of project architect for Mateya Safari Lodge, in the Madikwe Reserve.

Paulo started his own company in 2002, the Parallax Design Laboratory, and since then he has established a niche in the contemporary residential market, notably through his work with MKB Property Developments. Paulo is always on the lookout for striking the balance between his passions for architecture and music...

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