This year on Friday 18 September, Future Cape Town, along with its partners Blok, Young Urbanists and Future Lagos, decided to use this opportunity in Cape Town and Lagos to challenge the current mindset that parking bays are only meant for cars.
Glasgow revealed the city’s spectacular new world-class athletics arena following the stunning transformation of Hampden Park.
With the World Cup in full fledge and some controversy associated with it and the 2022 edition, mega events in cities are back on the spot. It is hard to ignore that there has been a gigantic paradigm shift of how these events develop.
On Metropolist this week, we interview, Trevyn McGowan who believes that, “in the established world of collectible design South Africa has something very new to say”. Listen in as we discuss how to support local design and why the collaboration between international and local design is important for Cape Town and cities as a whole.
As co-founder and publisher of the online magazine Shareable, Neal Gorenflo aims to bring the “sharing economy” into the mainstream. This model — also known as “collaborative consumption” — promotes efficient use of resources, environmental care and strong communities.