Architectural fittings with Pierre Cronje

Pierre Cronje clients appreciate fine craftsmanship, design, and attention to detail. In recent years Pierre Cronje has been commissioned to design, manufacture and install custom fittings for a number of prestigious clients.

Form and function are integrally balanced to celebrate unique individual styling and while showcasing the character of wood. When it comes to architectural fitting, Pierre Cronje has done work with many renowned brands such as Rupert & Rothschild, Vergelegen, Delaire Graff, Luminance and the Cape Grace Hotel. Their custom architectural fittings include interior fixtures, exposed roofing beams and ceilings, stairs and balustrades, as well as wall paneling, shelves and more.

Interior Fixtures

When it comes to the presentation and design of your interior space, Pierre Cronje is a leader in well-proportioned aesthetic design and high-quality solid wood fixtures and furniture. Whatever your project – a new house build, a renovation project, property development or fit-out of a commercial building – they can help.

Verandahs and Pergolas

Their custom solid wood verandas provide shelter and a place to entertain with a range of solid wood outdoor furniture. They can tailor verandas to any garden or home, improving the visual quality and providing a handcrafted, elegant area to enjoy the view.

Trusses, Ceilings and Exposed Beams

Ceilings, often representing the largest exposed interior surface of a home, are a key contributor towards defining the aesthetics, acoustics and lighting ambiance of a building’s interiors.

The dedication to craftsmanship – hand-made, escalated work set apart by quality – is integral to the Pierre Cronje philosophy.

The Zimbali sideboard

It relies on artisans being dedicated to their materials and workmanship and continuing the Pierre Cronje tradition. As such, many of the 140 craftsmen at Pierre Cronje’s workshop in Cape Town are apprenticed by master artisans.

Guest Cloakroom Statement. Regrann from wynandwilsenacharch.

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