FUTURE CAPE TOWN | How can architecture engage with gang-ridden neighbourhoods? Students work on Manenberg in Cape Town
How can architectural studios meant to develop students’ abilities offer a deeper understanding of how communities function and enlighten deeper aspirations for better living environments. Claire du Trevou reflects on an architectural studio that took place in Manenberg last year.
Young architects at the University of Cape Town present design concepts for expansion of the South African National Gallery in Cape Town.
At Bold City 3.0, UCT graduate students presented The Loop Project, which they collectively designed while working across 3 continents. The brief was to design a bus transit centre, with a strong focus on the use of BIM (building information modelling).
[ November 15, 2012 9:00 am to November 17, 2012 5:00 pm. ] Join the Masters of Architecture Class of 2012 for one of the highlights in the annual Architecture calendar, as they look into the Future of Cape Town.