Students at the Institute of Design Thinking in Cape Town explore the possibilities for a housing development model which generates revenues to sustain and support the livelihood of its tenants.
Shelter is recognised as a basic human right, however due to the high cost of building materials, constructing affordable housing is proving to be difficult for developers.
Stay up to date with how our city is building and being shaped by minor and major developments and redevelopments.
Skyscrapers and megalomania: Where to find the tallest buildings in world? Have a look at this info graphic.
Standard Bank Centre on the Foreshore is set to receive an iconic new facade and massively upgraded parking facilities.
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki, New Zealand, designed by Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp and Archimedia, has won the ‘World Building of the Year’ award at the prestigious World Architecture Festival (WAF) Awards 2013.
Just imagine kicking off your shoes, wriggling your toes between the blades of grass, the fresh smell of flowers and spring air, with the urban noise fading against the sound of chirping birds as you look out over the city skyline. Many would describe this scene as one from an utopian dream when in reality this ideal has already been captured in many large cities across the globe.
A short documentary about the impact which The Shard will have on the surrounding areas as well as greater London when it opens its doors this month.
House and Leisure interviews local horticulturist Zayaan Khan, about green roofs, and significance of this new form of gardening.
In October this year, the Future Cape Town team were fortunate enough to have been able to attend the Green