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  1. Barker, A. 2016. “Ideals and contingencies – The Wilgers medical centre”, Architecture SA. July/Aug 2016 Issue 80. 32-41.
  2. “Wilgers Medical Consulting Rooms” in Digest of South African Architecture, 2015, Volume 20. 132-133.
  3. Main Station, CBD, Pretoria in Herholdt, A. (ed). Architectural Conservation. (Port Elizabeth: DOT Matrix Publications, 2014). 386-389.
  4. “Upgrading of the Refilwe Business Node”, in Digest of South African Architecture, 2014, Volume 19. 138-139.
  5. Mike Matladi Community Centre, Ikageleng in Digest of South African Architecture, 2013, Volume 18. 36-37.
  6. Novi Skin Dermatology Centre in Digest of South African Architecture, 2013, Volume 18. 180-181.
  7. Joubert, O. 2012. “Novi Skin Centre”, Architecture SA. 2012. April/May Edition. 14-15.
  8. Laubscher, J. 2012.”Vulindlela Academy Office Extension – Midrand”, Architecture SA, Volume 54, Mar/Apr 2012, 18-21.
  9. “Towards an Integrated Design Approach”, Architecture SA, Volume 53, Jan/Feb 2012. 44-45.
  10. “Vulindlela Academy Office Extension – Midrand”, 2012, Architecture SA, Volume 54, Mar/Apr 2012: 18-21.
  11. “The Chapel of Light”, 2010, Tolic, Ines, Contemporary Architecture/South Africa (Milan: 24 ORE CULTURA srl, 2010).104-107.
  12. “DBSA Vulindlela”, 2011, Mathews, P. (ed.) Contemporary Capital (Pretoria: Visual Books, 2011). 46-49.
  13. “DBSA Welcome Centre”, 2011, Mathews, P. (ed.) Contemporary Capital (Pretoria: Visual Books, 2011). 50-53.
  14. “PRASA Station”, 2011, Mathews, P. (ed.) Contemporary Capital (Pretoria: Visual Books, 2011). 82-83.
  15. “House Fullard”, 2011, Mathews, P. (ed.) Contemporary Capital (Pretoria: Visual Books, 2011). 200-203.
  16. “House Ruacana”, 2011, Mathews, P. (ed.) Contemporary Capital (Pretoria: Visual Books, 2011). 244-245.
  17. “House Bottcher”, 2011, Mathews, P. (ed.) Contemporary Capital (Pretoria: Visual Books, 2011). 246-249.
  18. “Chapel of Light – Vaal University of Technology.”, 2009, 603 The Phaidon Atlas of 21st Century World Architecture (London: Phaidon, 2009).
  19. “Chapel of Light” Joubert, O. (ed), 2009, 10+ Years 100+ Buildings (Cape Town: Bell-Roberts, 2009). 209-212.
  20. “The Chapel of Light”, 2006, T. Deckler, A. Graupner and H. Rasmuss Contemporary South African Architecture in a Landscape of Transition (Johannesburg: SHARPcity, 2006) pp 54 – 57. 2006: 54-57.
  21. “Chapel of Light “, 2005, Haig Beck (ed) ume 19 (Queensland: ume magazine, 2005). 34 – 39.
  22. “Chapel of Light, Vanderbijlpark”, 2005, World Architecture 2/2005, 52-53.
  23. “Spiritual gem in grim industrial heartland.” Lipman, A. Sunday Independent, July 1 2005.
  24. “Chapel of Light – Vaal University of Technology.” Loots, S. VISI, Volume 18, Spring 2004:106-111.
  25. “Chapel of Light – Vaal University of Technology.” Kotze, P Prof. Architecture SA, November – December 2004: 40-45.
  26. “New Chapel – Vaal University of Technology.” Low, J. (ed.) Digest of South African Architecture, 2004-2005: 68-70.