Tuliza Sindi is a Masters Graduates of Architecture from the University of Pretoria, South Africa (2013). She was involved in the building of Slovo Hall 2012 as a 1to1 intern. The project was later published in the Phaidon Atlas, as well as Archdaily.
She currently practices in a socially conscious and contextually relevant architecture firm, LocalStudio, owned and run by architect, urban designer and teacher Thomas Chapman. Its office is strategically located in a lower income area of Johannesburg, Brixton, which allows the office to immerse itself in the everyday happenings of lower income citizens.
She worked for World Building of the Year architect Peter Rich in her practical year and later worked for Architect and Urbanist Heinrich Kammeyer, a lecturer at the University of Cape Town.
She later worked as technical support in C.O.R.C, an NGO that works under the Shack Dwellers International South African Alliance (SASDI). Her role was to document and implement projects that deal with the supply of basic, sustainable infrastructure to the informal settlements of Ekhurhuleni, Johannesburg.
Tuliza currently works at the Unversity of Johannesburg as a part-time lecturer and guest examines at the University of Pretoria.