The 80:20 Essay Series

The 80:20 series by Future Cape Town is an exploration of the potential for mixed-income housing development models in South African cities, generated through an open call for contributions.

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OPEN CALL
Rashiq Fataar

The Open Call for contributions to the 80:20 series inviting members of the public, students, academics, economists, business people, creatives, housing practitioners, designers, as well as individuals outside of the built environment sector.

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DISRUPTING THE HOUSING SECTOR : A SOCIAL ENTERPRISE MODEL 
BY COMMUNICARE TO DELIVER MIXED-INCOME HOUSING

Anthea Houston

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HOW CHANGING PLANNING POLICIES COULD CREATE INCENTIVES
FOR BUILDING MIXED-INCOME HOUSING

Himmy Abarder

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MEETING HALFWAY : LESSONS IN SOCIAL SUSTAINABILITY
FROM THE LYNEDOCH ECOVILLAGE 

Adrian Lotter

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CAN AIRBNB BENEFIT AN AFFORDABLE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT MODEL?  

Kirsten Harris, Noluthando Mthimkulu, Sarah Atmore and Nathaneal Jacobs

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LEARNING FROM US POLICIES TO DELIVER MIXED-INCOME
AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN SOUTH AFRICA 

Hans Bissoondyal

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DESIGNING HIGH-RISE BUILDINGS TO INCLUDE MIXED-INCOME
HOUSING: A CAPE TOWN STATION CASE STUDY 

Jochen Schmidt von Wühlisch

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5 DESIGN PROPOSALS FOR THE WOODSTOCK AND
SALT RIVER AFFORDABLE HOUSING SITESA 

Azraa Rawoot

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