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Social change as an instigator of architectural design towards a constitutional court in Harare, Zimbabwe.
As a new social paradigm emerges from political change, its effects should be echoed through architecture. A new democracy needs an appropriate architectural image, centered on the aspects of social change, particularly ...
The role of architecture in promoting sustainability in the inner city: towards a skills development centre for street children in Durban (CBD)
For decades Apartheid has been a political and social regime that segregated South Africans. Despite the fall of this system in 1994, the city of Durban still suffers repercussions: spatial apartheid. This spatial ...
Exploring the influence of traditional healing practice to space and form: a design towards a traditional healing centre in KZN.
The World Health Organization defines traditional healing as ‘health practices, approaches, knowledge and beliefs incorporating plant, animal and mineral based medicines, spiritual therapies, manual techniques and ...