This week Voices of the City features Lola Adefope, a creative soul who calls Lagos her home.
Since 2011, the street art scene in the Cape Town suburb of Woodstock has witnessed a major renaissance.
Part II of our gaming workshop looks at how serious games can be used to conceptualise urban planning without consequences. Take a look at one innovative company, Tygron, and their simulation models used to bring planners, developers, and the government together.
Read here about Department of Design’s exciting series of free public lectures, starting on Wednesday, July 9th at the Provenance Auction House in Gardens.
This week, we interview Papa Omotayo, Architect and Lagos resident for 9 years.
What are some ways in which downtown Cape Town can be re-imagined? A few key changes could fundamentally change the way the Cape Town bowl is integrated in with the harbour and sea. WATCH this bold idea to reclaim the harbour.
What is the legacy of the World Cup on South Africa? We review responses from our participants who participated in last week’s #CityTalk.
How do you undo centuries of inequality? How do you overturn an inequality so ingrained in a culture that it manifests itself physically – in the architecture of its homes and in the misshapen nature of its cities?
On 3 and 4 June 2014, the arts and culture community of Cape Town gathered at City Hall to participate in the second annual Arts and Culture Indaba.
This week’s Voices of the City sees us learning more about Sharon Lewis of the Johannesburg Development Agency.