SLT Architects is a reputable, forward-thinking and award-winning architectural firm based on the southern tip of Africa in Century City, Cape Town. The company, previously Steyn le Roux Truter Architects, recently rebranded as SLTA under the directorship of Niel Marx, Bertus Bouwer and Louis Steyn.
The company has evolved over many decades to its current form. Abrie Jordaan Architects started in 1973 and then evolved in 1980 as Jordaan Hartwig in the partnerhip of Abrie Jordaan and Ernst Hartwig. Jordaan Hartwig & Partners followed in 1982 with Louis Steyn as one of a triumvirate. Rigardt le Roux joined the firm soon afterwards and in 1990 the company was renamed to Jordaan Hartwig Steyn le Roux.
In 2011 we became Steyn le Roux Truter Architects, the first partners having left, retiring or moving in different directions. Shanne Truter joined for an extended period.
2020 saw the evolution and emergence of the next chapter of this progressive practice and along with it a new vision and mantra for SLT Architects.
We execute the vision of our clients through a tailored and extensive architectural service. Our service which is client centric, fit for purpose and considerate of real-world constraints. Our reach extends right through Africa and we have the capacity to go transcontinental. Our style is to surpass expectations and ensure timely completion in line with financial resources.
The last 40 years is a testament to our proven track record of spearheading challenging projects on the African continent.
Apart from its successful projects in South Africa, SLT Architects has an impressive record of successful developments across the African continent, including but not limited to Angola, DRC, Ghana, Malawi, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda, Zimbabwe and Zambia to name a few.
Our established architectural firm has extensive experience in upmarket residential projects, commercial, retail and industrial developments as well as specialised building types, such as wine cellars and distribution centres. The distribution centres over the last ten years alone have already reached an approximate total size of 510 000m².
Commercial and retail projects completed with great success include Matola Mall In Mozambique, as published in African Design Magazine; Namibe and Palanca In Angola, Plettenberg Mall and Sitari Fields Mall in Somerset-West, as published in Architect and Builder Magazine.
We offer the commissioning client a seamless experience from bidding phase, concept inception, to initiation and onsite implementation leading to building handover. Our objective is to ensure our clients obtain the expected return on their meticulously designed investment.