Can Cape Town's Apartheid Structure be Undone? by @futurecapetown

The teams are supported by a reference group including representatives from the City of Cape Town, property economists, researchers, ecologists, activists and relevant design thinkers. Participants include representatives from: African Centre for Cities (SA); Arup (SA); Cape Town Partnership (SA); City of Cape Town Spatial Planning & Urban Design (SA); Community Organisation Resource Centre (SA); dhk urban (SA); Doepel Strijkers (NL); Dutch Consulate (NL-SA); H+N+S Landscape Architects (NL); International New Town Institute (NL); Jakupa (SA); Land+Civilsation Compositions (NL); Matthew Gray Architects (SA);NL Architects (NL); Provincial Department of Human Settlements (SA); Sustainability Institute (SA); Uberbau (Germany); Urban Water Management Research Unit (SA); Violence Prevention through Urban Upgrading (SA); Witteveen+Bos (NL).

Full article: http://sustainablecitiescollective.com/node/250671

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