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Heini van Niekerk
London, United Kingdom
Member since January 28, 2009
Heini van Niekerk a designer of buildings & urban spaces by day and artist by night. As art is what ispired him as a kid and aided him in becoming an architect he loves wearing many designer hats from architecture, paintings, furniture design & graphic design.
Heini van Niekerk studied architecture and have designed residential, comercial, educational and high rise buildings in South Africa the United Kingdom, West India and Dubai. His tallest building designed to date is 60 storeys in height.
Architecture is his sculpture of choice and there is no greater feeling than exploring your own works.
He was also a lecturer in Architecture at the Peninsula Technikon in Cape Town South Africa for 3 years. Today he lives in the United Kingdom and are proud to be associated with his open and free minded attitude towards the world.
He's an original creator by heart and loves to indulge himself in his art, paintings and designs. From furniture design, small art pieces, architecture and lately for the last 3 years...photography.
Art is everywhere you just have to set yourself free and know that God is in the detail...of everything.
Famous last words: There will come a time when you believe everything is finished. That will be the beginning. — Louis L’Amour
Visit my website: http://www.heinivanniekerk.com
I support the Herberg Children's Home http://www.herberg.co.za
A program of Badisa. A joint ministry of the DR Church (Western and Southern Cape) and URCSA ( Cape ). A Registered Non-Profit seeking Organization (Registration Number: 011-891)
About the Herberg Children's Home: Herberg Children's Home provides a comprehensive one-stop service to children in need of care in the Western and Southern Cape and to perform this task with the help of skilled, motivated personnel by means of a cost-effective budget.
We give shelter to children who are found to be in need of care by The Commissioner of Child Care. The reasons for accommodation in the Herberg vary from neglect and lack of visible means of support to sexual exploitations and abuse. Provision is made for caring and therapy for these children.