by Simon Capstick-Dale

New president for KZN Institute for Architecture

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Kevin Bingham of FGG Architects in Durban was inducted as president of the KwaZulu-Natal Institute for Architecture
New president for KZN Institute for Architecture

Kevin Bingham of FGG Architects in Durban was inducted as president of the KwaZulu-Natal Institute for Architecture (KZNIA) at the KZNSA Gallery in Glenwood on 16 May. He was congratulated by outgoing president, Durban City Architect Nina Saunders, who said that she was comforted to be leaving the organisation in good hands and was assured it would continue to grow and flourish under his leadership.

The KZNIA, founded in 1901, is one of the oldest architectural institutes in South Africa. Its aim is to connect and enrich the local architectural community, to foster a working environment in which they can pursue excellence, and to provide a professional support system.

The inauguration ceremony, sponsored by Corobrik, was combined with the official opening of the KZNIA publiCITY Exhibition in honour of the new president, which offered members the opportunity to present a favourite project of theirs for the public to view at the KZNSA Gallery until 19 May.

The KZNIA presidency is ordinarily a two-year term of office and Bingham was elected to the position in October last year after many years of involvement with the organisation.

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