The Design Conference That Is Helping House The Poor

From this to this: Design Indaba’s 10×10 project will move 100 township families out of shacks (pic: Yasser Booley) and into well-designed houses like this
Design Indaba, the Cape Town-based creative conference, has brought together ten of the world’s top architects and designers to help tackle South Africa’s housing crisis. The likes of David Adjaye, Thomas Heatherwick, Tom Dixon and Shigeru Ban have each worked with a local partner to design a street of ten homes to be built in the Mitchell’s Plain township. CR was there to see the first house going up

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Halesworth, Suffolk


Halesworth, Suffolk