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CAPE TOWN. Densification as a Cure for a Segregated City | Michelle Provoost | 9789462082274

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CAPE TOWN

Densification as a Cure for a Segregated City

Author:Michelle Provoost

Publisher:nai010, INTI

ISBN: 978-94-6208-227-4

  • Paperback
  • English
  • 160 Pages
  • Apr 7, 2015

Cape Town suffers from extensive urban sprawl, due to the legacy of the Apartheid spatial policy and the middle class ideal of single-family homes on individual plots of land. This sprawl is causing huge economical, environmental and social problems. Can we envisage a more compact and dense Cape Town, curing the many engrained patterns of unequal and unjust spatial divisions?

The book 'CAPE TOWN. Densification as a Cure for a Segregated City'

Cape Town suffers from extensive urban sprawl, due to the legacy of the Apartheid spatial policy and the middle class ideal of single-family homes on individual plots of land. This sprawl is causing huge economical, environmental and social problems. Can we envisage a more compact and dense Cape Town, curing the many engrained patterns of unequal and unjust spatial divisions?

The book 'CAPE TOWN. Densification as a Cure for a Segregated City'

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