Maureen Wolters has decades of experience in architectural design and project management. This Stanford-based-architect undertakes residential, business and agricultural projects, however, Maureen's true passion lays in the protection and restoration of historical buildings and she is a registered Professional Heritage Practitioner. Maureen has been instrumental in maintaining and preserving many of the Overberg national monuments and heritage sites. She has served on many high profile committees over the years and is highly regarded in her field. Maureen also specialises in equine stable design. Whether you want to build your dream home, add rooms to your existing abode or restore a grande old dame, Maureen Wolters Architect is ready to assist you throughout every step of your project. Maureen even offers a home decorating service so that you can fully create the lifestyle you deserve.More Info
Maureen Wolters graduated from UCT in 1976 and proceeded to do her practical under Gawie Fagan, who was a forerunner in heritage conservation in the Western Cape. One notable project that Maureen was involved in is undoubtedly being part of the team that assessed the heritage buildings in Tulbagh after the massive earthquake in 1969. Maureen also played a pivotal role in the restoration of the original farmstead at Boschendal. During her tenure on the BELCom Committee for Western Cape, one of the elements she addressed was the grading of sites. Whilst serving on the committee Maureen was instrumental in the assessment of the village of Elim which is a national heritage site.