Case Study: Guy Briggs and the Olympic Park Strategy

A review of the extensive planning behind the London Olympic Park and the Lower Lea Valley regeneration

Manenberg shines with new architecture

With the aim of “being a part of the community”, the Human Settlements Contact Centre in Manenberg, seeks to provide local residents and the wider community with a broad range of services.

Cape Town calls for proposals for a “Design Park”

Cape Town seeks proposals for a Design Park in the heart of The Fringe District.

City Development Update: Atlantic Centre

Future Cape Town showcases the progress on the Atlantic Centre site being constructed in Cape Town.

6 TED talks envisioning the future of cities

6 inspirational TED talks which help us rethink, re-imagine and envision our future cities.

Much ado about Brooklyn’s Barclays Centre?

With a recent 8 day sold out concert and a major sports team as a tenant, what is point of all the noise against New York’s new Barclay Centre ?

Transport Month: The world’s largest solar powered rail station

London’s new Blackfriars station is the largest solar bridge in the world, and is the first ever station to span the River Thames.

The Soweto Theatre shortlisted for World Architecture Festival 2012 Award

The Soweto Theater which opened its doors earlier this year, has been shortlisted for a category award at the World Architecture Festival 2012. See more pictures and read about South Africa’s previous successes at the annual Festival.

Framework vision for Somerset Hospital Precinct points to a mixed-use future

A new chapter in the vision for the Somerset Hospital precinct saga?

Your City Idea: Tour Cape Town’s new tallest building

[ September 29, 2012; 10:00 am to 11:00 am. ] Cape Town’s new tallest building, Portside, currently under construction, will be the first significant high-rise in Cape Town since Safmarine House in 1993. Join us on a tour!