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Background Information

Employment History

Darmstadt University


Urban and Regional Planner

Town Planning


Teacher

Durban


Teacher

University of KwaZulu-Natal


Affiliations

Architecture

Advisory Board Member


Education Commission

Member


UNESCO/UIA Validation Panel

Member


Africa Union of Architects of Architectural Education , Research and Technology

Member, Chair AUA Board


Global Studio

Member


Built Environment Support Group U.N.

Founder Member


Education

Maritzburg College


Merchiston Preparatory School


Web References(45 Total References)


Contacts: Validation Panellists

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Rodney Harber
UIA 2014 Scientific Committee Professor Rodney Harber, Graduated from the University of Natal in 1965 and after five years in practice began teaching in the School of Architecture, Planning and Housing at the University of Natal (now University of Kwa Zulu Natal). He taught in all three disciplines during his thirty six years before retiring as Associate Professor . He subsequently taught at TU Darmstadt and Durban University of Technology (DUT). In Andrew Makin's words: Rodney encouraged students to explore, without fear of where it might lead or what product might arise, challenging them through finding other reasons, other purposes, through other mind-sets, other technologies, other skill sets and other ways of interacting with people. Rodney is a registered Urban and Regional Planner and Heritage Practitioner and heads a busy multi-disciplinary practice focusing on developmental work all along the eastern seaboard of KZN. Rodney runs a small bustling practice from home as an extension of his commitment to teaching, with students from South Africa, Malawi, Mauritius, U.S.A., U.K., Germany, Norway, Sweden and Denmark passing through at times. Rodney represents Africa on the UNESCO/UIA Validation Council as well as the UIA Education Commission. Rodney has adjudicated numerous competitions amongst which are: International Student Design Competition for IAHH, Mumbai 2003 and 2004; Des Baker Award National Architecture Student Design Competition, Port Elizabeth 2003; NSA Gallery Durban; Richards Bay Municipal Offices; Rock Art Hotel Drakensberg, Professional Adviser; ACCORD Peace Centre, Durban and Advisory Board for HIV/AIDSHealth Clinic Design Competition, New York 2003 and the African Representative Pan African Parliament Competition 2007.


www.uia2014durban.com

Rodney Harber
Professor Rodney Harber, Graduated from the University of Natal in 1965 and after five years in practice began teaching in the School of Architecture, Planning and Housing at the University of Natal (now University of Kwa Zulu Natal). He taught in all three disciplines during his thirty six years before retiring as Associate Professor . He subsequently taught at TU Darmstadt and Durban University of Technology (DUT). In Andrew Makin's words: Rodney encouraged students to explore, without fear of where it might lead or what product might arise, challenging them through finding other reasons, other purposes, through other mind-sets, other technologies, other skill sets and other ways of interacting with people. Rodney is a registered Urban and Regional Planner and Heritage Practitioner and heads a busy multi-disciplinary practice focusing on developmental work all along the eastern seaboard of KZN. Rodney runs a small bustling practice from home as an extension of his commitment to teaching, with students from South Africa, Malawi, Mauritius, U.S.A., U.K., Germany, Norway, Sweden and Denmark passing through at times. Rodney represents Africa on the UNESCO/UIA Validation Council as well as the UIA Education Commission. Rodney has adjudicated numerous competitions amongst which are: International Student Design Competition for IAHH, Mumbai 2003 and 2004; Des Baker Award National Architecture Student Design Competition, Port Elizabeth 2003; NSA Gallery Durban; Richards Bay Municipal Offices; Rock Art Hotel Drakensberg, Professional Adviser; ACCORD Peace Centre, Durban and Advisory Board for HIV/AIDSHealth Clinic Design Competition, New York 2003 and the African Representative Pan African Parliament Competition 2007.


www.uia2014durban.com

Andrew Makin, Mokena Makeka, Rodney Harber, Fanuel Motsepe, Edgar Pieterse,Iain Lowe , Jo Noero , Anya van der Merwe ,Kate Otten, Mpho Matsipa ,Peter Rich and Ora Joubert
RODNEY HARBER Rodney Harber is a retired academic. He is practicing as Harber and Associates, architects, urban and regional planners and is also member of UNESCO/UIA Validation Panel and Education Commission. His work ranges from heritage conservation to whole towns.


www.uia2014durban.com

Prof Rodney Harber
Harber and Associates Prof Harber is now a retired academic. Practicing as Harber and Associates, architects, urban and regional planners. His work ranges from heritage conservation to whole towns. He is also member of UNESCO/UIA validation panel and education commission


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