In this panel discussion, different perspectives are tabled on the impact and potential of shared living on the urban eco-system.
Induced by a rapidly urbanising environment, societies worldwide are challenged by unprecedented pressures to redefine their habitat. In the light of ever restricted space and the impact on resources, the sustainability of traditional living patterns is under scrutiny.
The panel explores if new shared living typologies, co-working spaces and co-learning models can provide alternative pathways towards sustainable transition within an African context.
Adi Kumar (Development Action Group)
Mark Seftel (Co-founder, Workshop17),
Marcela Guerrero Casas (Co-founder, Managing Director Open Streets)
Zama Mgwatyu (Programme Manager, Development Action Group)
All events are free. No Zeitz MOCAA admittance fee is required.
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