Joburg 2040 is a blueprint for the city that responds to the continued transformation of the inherited Apartheid City, the uncertainties of present and future challenges such as migration, globalisation, climate change, natural resource scarcity, and financial markets.
Part II of our gaming workshop looks at how serious games can be used to conceptualise urban planning without consequences. Take a look at one innovative company, Tygron, and their simulation models used to bring planners, developers, and the government together.
Rashiq Fataar unpacks his mind on this issue of liveability and questions whether using the rankings and applying our minds could not help cities reach towards their own definition of liveability.
From beautiful, sustainable schools in South Africa to a cloud-like waterfront for Serbia to street art, these are the articles and ideas which grabbed our attention in the past week.
The world’s top 25 most innovative cities have been unveiled by the Urban Land Institute.