With the Newlands pool back in the news, Rashiq Fataar wonders whether we are missing the real question, in tackling the challenge of sports facilities in Cape Town.
While Cape Town’s reign as World Design Capital has been passed on to Taipei, there is no reason to stop designing. From Chicago to Dakar, organisations and institutions are encouraging students and urbanists from around the world to tackle relevant and pressing issues.
We round up some of the best writing on London’s proposed ‘garden bridge’ project in light of last night’s planning approval decision at Westminster.
The artwork, entitled Open House, has been announced as the winning concept in the Western Cape Government Public Art Competition
Are we designing our living spaces to be become perfect private spaces, and how should we encourage people to move outdoors and share?
How to bring swimming back to the River Thames: a look at London’s pitch for World Cities Day.
Future London’s newest team member considers how Londoners can enact their right to the city through guerilla gardening.
“How can Khayelitsha develop its city centre?”
Play Khayelitsha, a game developed to bring stakeholders together to re-imagine and re-think the central business district of Cape Town’s largest township, held test sessions during July 2014, to provide further clarity for the relevancy of the method in the Cape Town context.
The subject of focus for the Play the City workshop was the […]
Here we recap eight of the main ideas of the Institute for Transportation & Development Policy (ITDP) for transit-oriented development.
Exploring the opportunities and possibilities of collaborative community gardening in Washington D.C.