A  former yacht-broker (by trade) A museum designer by necessity. The man responsible for the now infamous Mpunzi Shezi, the first Zulu missionary who went to Japan at the turn of the century and brought back Zen to the Zulus. A descendant of the original Scandinavian. (Specifically Finnish, Lapp actually), missionaries who evangelised Zululand a century and a half ago. His ancestors established a mission outpost in Zululand at the
 turn of the last century

A professional snake catcher and  fine art lecturer.
He studied photography at the Bavarian State Institute in Munich. Before returning to Zululand, (like Mpunzi). Born on a sugar plantation. He designs lots of public museums, meaningful and otherwise. Has held a number of solo and group exhibitions. His work is represented in major, and minor collections, everywhere. The creative Director for Durban’s bid to win (which it did) the UIA 2014 Architectural congress.

          Peter is now resident artist at the George Hotel in Eshowe and designs everything from toilets to lightfittings and furnature while exhibiting his folly in chosen venues globally.

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Inyezane Furnature collection
Rodney Harner at UIA 2014 curated together with Carol Brown
Peter looking happy on an expedition c1980
The Engblom Family looking glum in Turku c1860