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Presenting its interactive digital urban design tools, DASUDA found collaborative partners in local experts, organisations and City of Cape Town representatives.
A two-day workshop on design-thinking was held by the City of Cape Town at Department of Design to encourage innovative solutions to improve service delivery.
Leaders in the Density Syndicate programme suggest that safer, more economic cities can come from densification and strategic urban planning
Dutch design firm Doepel Strijkers presents its strategy to bridge the gap between art and science with intelligent design and strategic interventions.
Addressing climate change from South Africa to the Netherlands, the workshop revealed awareness and long-term interventions are needed more than quick-fixes.
With hundreds of thousands moving into cities every year, urban capacities are overflowing. This keynote asks if Serious Games can improve city development and inclusivity.
The Serious Gaming festival examined the role of games to stimulate creativity, innovation and outcomes in ways not possible with traditional approaches to urban development.
Drawing on technical experience and the role of nature, Holland’s Jandrik Hoekstra and South Africa’s Claire Janisch addressed the need to maintain healthy city water system.
A hands-on, creative approach to understanding the Liesbeek River region’s needs shows the benefits of collaboration, and a need to grow awareness of the area.