Exposure to a series of provocations on the growth of ‘public space’ in private developments and the role of the city state in designing and providing ‘public space’.
A range of private developments in Cape Town have provided a number of surprisingly effective and well-used public spaces over the last decade. Has this been undertaken out of necessity or to commercialise the surrounding developments? What is being done by the city state to provide for inclusive public spaces and what is the responsibility of both parties in adding to the urban realm?
Mandisa Shandu (Ndifuna Nkwazi – Director)
Mark Noble (V&A Waterfront – Development Director)
Zahira Asmal (The City Agency – Director)
Catherine Stone (Built environment, public sector governance specialist and professional urban planner)
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