In October of 2013, the Museum of African Design opened. Africa's "starchitect" David Adjaye delivered the keynote address and described how fitting it was to place a design museum in a former factory building where products were once made.
On the same visit to Johannesburg, Adjaye had a chance to see Hallmark Towers; at the time a new acquisition for Propertuity, the developers of the Maboneng Precinct. On 13 March 2015 the plans for Hallmark House were announced, and the biggest Adjaye project in southern Africa will begin development soon.
To learn more about David Adjaye, Propertuity, and the forthcoming icon of the Johannesburg skyline, visit the Hallmark House microsite.
The Museum of African Design is proud to be part of the Maboneng Precinct.