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The perception of the self within the built environment and its impact on urban regeneration : towards the design of a food market in the city of Durban.
Street trade within South Africa contributes to a significant portion of the informal sector and is now seen as something that contributes to the economy as well as the character of the city. It plays an active role ...
A critical South African response towards modern handcrafted dialectic architecture : the design of a collaborative skills development facility in Durban.
Since the turn of the 20th century, industrialisation and technological development of the machine has brought about mass production of almost everything from spaces, food, environments, experiences, and architecture. ...
Exploring mural art as a catalyst for indigent empowerment, urban revitalisation and a meaningful architecture : a proposed community art and assistance centre for the indigent in Durban, KZN.
Art for centuries has been a medium or a means for humans to communicate their views of the world and how we see ourselves in it. It is significant in the development of a society through the narratives we gain from the ...
Neighborhood revitalization: a case study of Sparks, eThekwini Municipality.
The concept of revitalization made its début within the localized context between 1993 to 2003 and is evident in Cato Manor, Warwick Junction and iTrump initiatives in the Durban South African context. The concept and ...