MARLEY TJITJO ARCHITECTS INC
4 Bahnhof Street, Windhoek, Namibia
Marley Tjitjo Architects Inc. (MTA) is an architectural practice in Windhoek,
providing professional services in the commercial, residential, industrial and
institutional building environment. The firm consists of a team of operational staff members, qualified architects and draughtsmen, led by the founder, Marley Tjitjo.
Marley Tjitjo Architects is a proud member of the Namibia Institute for Architects (NIA) as well as the Namibia Council for Architects and Quantity Surveyors (NCAQS). Our professional fees are charged in accordance with the minimum fee scale as prescribed by the Architects and Surveyor’s Act, No.13 of 1979.
Marley Tjitjo Architects Inc. was founded in 2001 and has evolved into one of the larger and leading architectural practices in the country. The firm have been engaged as the Architect and Principal Agents in individual projects ranging in value up to 750 Million Namibia Dollars all over the country.
The firm’s client base includes, among other, entities such as NIPAM, BIPA, RFA, MVA Fund, Cenored, Namibre, NHE, Metropolitan Life, Local Authorities,
Regional Councils and various Ministries.
Marley Tjitjo Architects Inc. has experience in the local construction industry that spans a total of eighteen (18) years
Marley Tjitjo has acquired more than 18 years experience of running a private practice and is a professionally registered architect with the Namibia Institute of Architects (NIA) and a corporate member of the Namibia Council for Architects and Quantity Surveyors (NCAQS).
He received his tertiary education in South Africa, where he obtained a Bachelor of Building Arts (B.Bdg.A) degree, as well as a Bachelor of Architecture (B.Arch.) degree from the University of Port Elizabeth, South Africa.
Marley has been actively involved in the architecture and arts communities and has served on the boards of the Namibia Council for Architects (NIA), Namibia Council for Architects and Quantity Surveyors (NCAQS), John Muafangeyo Art Centre (JMAC) as well as the National Heritage Council of Namibia (NHC).
The director has built the firm on the philosophy of delivering the highest quality of service; with integrity, and with high regard for the people involved in our projects, both upstream as well as downstream. This ethos is encapsulated in the firm's mission, vision statement and motto.