Monthly Archives: July 2011

Can Cape Town learn from London’s Cycle Superhighways?

On 11 July 2011, London opened two new Cycle Superhighways – with the vision of having 12 continuous bicycle ‘superhighways’ into central London 2015. These superhighways has promised a wonderful idea to fellow bicyclists, but has been met with a little criticism relating to disconnection at some points.

From what’s available on the internet, these Cycle Superhighways […]

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About being between the spaces and the lines, inperception, off perspective. Artist architect Doung hosted delegates of the Responsible Tourism in Cities conference just ahead of the Tourism Indaba. This walk was what it was all about. Decoding the urban environment, making madness of the…

Doung Jahangeer’s Durban City Walk

publicdesignfestival: Dekalb Market is officially opened! Located at Fulton Mall near the Dekalb sub

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Dekalb Market is officially opened! Located at Fulton Mall near the Dekalb subway stop in New York (USA), the market is made from 22 salvaged shipping containers re-appropiated by local entrepreneurs and artists, with gardens, cafes, restaurants, retail stores, an incubator farm and an internet radio station. The new community point created by Urban Space will also host events […]

Harare Library: More than just a library #WDC2014

Cape Town’s newest library not only contains books and magazines, but also a gaming room, computers with internet access and an early development centre to stimulate learning and benefit the whole community.
The City of Cape Town’s Library & Information Services Department opened the doors of the Harare Library to the public on Friday, 3 June […]