The Parklet urban intervention, originally providing a successful public space on Regent Road in Sea Point has moved to the V&A Waterfront.
The Yacht Club, a mixed-use development of R1.2bn is being created in Roggebaai, next to the V&A Waterfront, and should be complete in 2017.
The harbour-facing side of Victoria Wharf is undergoing significant renovations throughout the Winter months.
The new Pwc offices are scheduled for completion in June 2016 with 13,500 sqm of AAA grade office space, and
The R700 million first phase of a new district at the V&A Waterfront is underway with a corporate head office for
A bold new vision for re-establishing the city’s links with the sea – will it be implemented, and if so, how will it work for all Capetonians?
How do you turn forty-two vertical concrete tubes into a place to experience contemporary culture? Here is a glimpse in to the construction process of the ZEITS Museum of Contemporary Art Africa to be complete by March 2016.
The Victoria and Alfred Waterfront is being shaken up by one of the most prolific figures in South African design: Trevyn McGowan. R50 million has been invested into the revamping of the former Blue Shed Craft Market into a new hub of craft, design, and wellness called The Watershed. It is set to becomes Cape Town’s biggest permanent design market with an opening in mid 2014.
Rebuild by Design, a competition which tasks teams with improving the resiliency of New York’s waterfront communities through locally-responsive, innovative design. Each proposal was required to be “flexible, easily phased, and able to integrate with existing projects in progress”.
Thomas Heatherwick revealed as the designer for the new ZEITZ Museum of Contemporary Art Africa in Cape Town, set to open in 2016.