Where could South Africa be headed by 2030? The ISS have just released a paper and infographic looking at various scenarios.
Skyscrapers and megalomania: Where to find the tallest buildings in world? Have a look at this info graphic.
Several months ago, the Central City Improvement District (CCID) conducted the Central City Residential Survey, polling over 200 residents of Cape Town’s CBD. They’ve released the results of the survey in part as a fairly awesome infographic, which you should check out right now. The infographic will apear in the CCID publication, City Views Oct/Nov2013
To help Creative Cape Town better communicate, support, and facilitate the development of the creative industries in Cape Town, they asked the public – mostly the creative community – to complete an online survey.
Whether its local economic benefits or an improved sense of place. Here’s a list of 10 ways riding a bicycle can save the planet.
Video infographic about how we can reduce traffic in Los Angeles.
Trico Capital is the Financial Adviser to Ropeways Transport Limited, the sponsors of the US $275million transport project to develop a 12.85 km network of cable cars serving the metropolis of Lagos and connecting Lagos Island with both the mainland and Victoria Island, using Doppelmayr proprietary 3S technologies.
This infographic looks at the petrol price and compares what we pay with a number of other countries. The bad news is that a comparison of petrol prices in relation to daily wages finds that a litre of unleaded costs the average South African wage earner a striking 6.5% of their daily earnings. The good news is that there are a number of ways you can reduce your petrol consumption.
Urban design isn’t easy, so when we find a way to make cities work, we often stick with it for a decent chunk of time. Throughout history, urban planners have presented different ideas on how to design successful cities, and their impact is still being felt today. This infographic looks at how ten urban planners have shaped cities, including London, Paris and Washington D.C.
Future Tyger aims to positively impact on the future through developing partnerships for regeneration and improvement from today towards 2020 and beyond to 2040.With support from the Mayor’s Urban Regeneration Programme we can make the Voortrekker Road Development Corridor a better, brighter and more prosperous area for all.