About Us

A passion for design, construction and precision has prompted the formation of BrainWave Architectural Projects.



At BrainWave Architectural Projects, we aim to be one of the leading shopfitting, refurbishment and specialist interior companies in Gauteng. We manage and deliver high end bespoke projects across a wide variety of industry sectors. We work closely with architects, interior designers and our clients to give them a premium service for every aspect of their project. From concept to completion we will project manage the entire fit-out to ensure that it not only meets your requirements but goes beyond your expectations

At BrainWave we are experts in all aspects of shopfitting, building, bespoke joinery, commercial and domestic refurbishments. We carry out work for well known Banks, Developers, retail stores, pubs, bars and restaurants. We also carry out complete refurbishments of properties such as high end residential developments and offices.


Hands-on experience

Our technical specialists have been in the business for over 25 years and are highly trained carpenters and shop fitters by trade. Therefore they have an in-depth knowledge encompassing the trade and can also offer hands-on experience throughout the project. We are very passionate about the service that BrainWave Architectural Projects offer and are committed to putting the customer at the forefront of everything we do.

Thiru Naidoo is backed by a degree in Architecture and has a passion for Design and Technology.  Having worked in numerous industries ranging from the Banking, Government, Mining, Building & Construction, ICT, Education and Finance industries, Thiru brings with him a wealth of experience, knowledge and a desire to succeed in all we do!

For any advice about your next project then please do not hesitate to contact the team on 084 4444 915

  • Full facades
    Full facades
  • Curtain Walling
    Curtain Walling
  • Commercial
    No job is too big.

Our commitment to customer excellence has enabled us to excel where others fail to . . .