urban design

 
Pervasive elitism blinds us to the bitter land battles in our cities
Pervasive elitism blinds us to the bitter land battles in our cities
The mechanics of domination, in their moments of visible drama and in their less obvious everydayness, frequently have a pronounced spatial...
Urban planners reach out to the people
Urban planners reach out to the people
More than 60% of South Africans live in urban areas, and this figure is projected to increase to 71.3% by 2030 and 80% by 2050.
Grunge gives way to design in Woodstock
Grunge gives way to design in Woodstock
Finding parking in Woodstock has become almost impossible and an increase in crime has been reported as a wave of creative types floods the area....
All high hopes for Low Line
All high hopes for Low Line
The world's first underground park moved a step closer to reality last weekend with the closure of a public funding drive for an innovative design...
Shaping cities
Shaping cities
The final film in director Gary Hustwit's design trilogy explores the hot topic of the moment: cities.
Street Challenge helps Cape Town get a makeover
Street Challenge helps Cape Town get a makeover
Following the year of the ­protester, the phrase "do it yourself" has taken on new meaning -- these days its meaning goes beyond decorative home...

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