The Parklet urban intervention, originally providing a successful public space on Regent Road in Sea Point has moved to the V&A Waterfront.
Craft of Architecture (CoA), a local design firm won the design competition to reimagine and redesign the Sea Point Library square. Read our interview with Michal Korycki.
Organisations in Cape Town call for government authorities to consider more inclusive and visionary uses for 4 well located, inner city land parcels.
Future Cape Town and Blok are proud to announce Parklet design competition winner, Jaun Van Wyk.
Our voice of the city this week is a passionate about Cape Town, traveling & commuter cycling through the city who currently works as the Sales and Client Service Manager for Blok, Darren Blair.
Class and race inequality (meaning disparities in wealth, income and education) are vital to understanding murder. Related to this is geographic apartheid, meaning historical (and today’s) “dumping” of the poorest and most vulnerable people furthest away from CBDs and traditionally white suburbs.
The art54 project that launched in Sea Point last week has opened dialogue between artists and government on the future of public art in Cape Town.
Gentrification cannot be fought – but it can be bullied into a different shape. A look at where the working class live in Sea Point, and how the resilience they confer on the suburb can be kept and bolstered
This weekend sees another route launched in Sea Point for the MyCiTi bus IRT system.
As the city opens itself up to the possibilities of pedal power, Anton Crone weighs the culture of commuter cycling with that of sport cycling in Cape Town.