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Another finalist in the much-anticipated Africa Architecture Awards that has been featured in earthworks is the beautiful Thread: Artist Residency and Cultural Center by Toshiko Mori Architect for The Josef and Anni Albers Foundation in Sinthian, Senegal. ... See MoreSee Less

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Did you know you can also read earthworks online, via issuu? Follow this link to dig in to issue 39 August-September 2017 >>> bit.ly/ew_issue_39
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We're so excited to release a short video giving you an inside view of the new Zeitz MOCAA (Museum of Contemporary Art Africa) at the V & A Waterfront, which is officially opening next Friday with a ribbon cutting ceremony.
READ more here>> earthworksmagazine.co.za/zeitz-mocaa-va-waterfront/
IMAGE gallery here>> earthworksmagazine.co.za/zeitz-mocaa-from-grain-to-glory/
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Just 10 African projects made the 434-strong shortlist for the World Architecture Festival Awards 2017. Congratulations to Savage + Dodd Architects, Boogertman + Partners Architects, HKA - Hermann Kamte & Associates, AMKNA, Heatherwick Studio, Ntsika Architects, and Abdullah Ahmed N AlDabbous!
Shown here is Savage + Dodd Architects's building at Sol Plaatje University which is up for two awards - Higher Education in the Built category, and Best Use of Colour. We think it's a worthy winner and that's why it was our cover model in July last year!
See all the finalists here: www.worldarchitecturefestival.com/2017-shortlist
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The The City of Cape Town has identified 11 sites for affordable/social housing in Woodstock and Salt River and is calling on the private sector to provide proposals to build integrated communities in the urban core. Use of green technologies, materials and efficiencies prioritised. Councillor Brett Heron is to provide more information over the coming weeks.
What would you propose??
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