Distorted Perspectives; Notes from the Urban Edge. Pondering 10 Years of Urban Change for an Urban South Africa

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Abstract

This volume of the Delft School of Design series focuses on the South African urban context, seeking to construct a contemporary critical dialogue of current spatial practices in relation to social, political and governance structures. The contributors--academics, urban historians, architects, policy makers--reflect on the possible paths forward. The book is divided into thematic sections: "Other Urbanisms," "Tradition, Culture and Education," "Urban Design, Civic Action and Agency in South Africa" and "Future Perspectives."
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationAfrican Perspectives - South Africa: City, Society, Space and Architecture
EditorsGerhard Bruyns, Arie Graafland
Place of PublicationRotterdam
Publisher010 Uitgeverij
Pages218-242
ISBN (Print)9789064507977
Publication statusPublished - Sep 2012
Externally publishedYes

Publication series

NameDelft School of Design Series in Architecture and Urbanism
Publisher010 UItgeverij

Keywords

  • Notes
  • urban
  • South Africa

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