• Designing the future of urban Africa

    View more inspiring videos like this one at http://www.designindaba.com/video In the Ivory Coast there is one architect for every 130 000 residents. Compare this to the 1:770 in countries like Japan, Italy and Greece, or even the 1: 2000 in countries like France, UK and Australia, and you can imagine that Ivorian architects like Issa Diabaté have a mammoth challenge on their drawing boards, especially given the pressures of rapid urbanisation in the major African cities. In many African countries, although the cultures may be different, it turns out that the urban problems have a similar way of expressing themselves, he says. But is not only the shortage of knowledgeable professionals that poses a challenge according to Diabaté, but also the lack of a vision when it comes to urban pla...

    published: 01 Apr 2014
  • Design a better South Africa: Gavin Mageni at TEDxSoweto 2013

    SABS Design Institute head Gavin Mageni believes that design and innovation are the catalysts that will inspire solutions to the global challenges of high unemployment, poverty and inequality. Follow Gavin on Twitter: @GFM0202 Visit Gavin at his website: sabs.designsa.org.za In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)

    published: 29 Nov 2013
  • MODERN SUSTAINABLE HOME IN SOUTH AFRICA - ARCHITECT GILLIAN HOLL'S HOUSE

    This is Architect Gillian Holl''s House, modern sustainable home in africa. There are many amazing things of every part of this modern home. From eco-friendly building materials to designs that minimize water and electricity use, this modern sustainable home elegantly combine the stylish and sustainable.You will wonder when you see it. Check it out!

    published: 26 Jul 2015
  • Africa Now: Teta Isibo, Inzuki Designs 2016

    Inzuki Designs is a Rwandan brand specialising in jewellery, accessories and interior accents. Through a fusion of traditional craftsmanship and contemporary design, Inzuki creates products that are African-inspired and globally loved.

    published: 07 Mar 2016
  • Celebrate Design in South Africa #LoveSouthAfrica

    Design in South Africa is exciting, cutting edge and a unique expression of the country's cultural riches. From contemporary design exhibitions tucked away on gritty, city streets to pop-up fashion showcases in smart art galleries, design has never been as big as it is right now in South Africa. Directed by Sébastien Montaz-Rosset, music & sound design by Alex Gardic

    published: 18 Feb 2014
  • Biotope Aquarium Design Contest 2014 - the 2nd place, Africa

    Website of the Biotope Aquarium Design Contest 2014: http://all4aquarium.ru/en/events/jbl-biotope-contest-2014/final In this video I show African biotope aquarium, arranged by Svetlana Kirillova (Russia) for the final of Biotope Aquarium Design Contest 2014 (held during ZooSphere 2014 in Saint Petersburg, Russia). This aquarium took the 2nd place in the contest. Description of the biotope (as written on the information plate): Nun River is the longest (160 km) continuation of the Niger River. The Nun river begins near the village of Aboh, where the Niger River splits in two, forming Nun and Forcados, flows through the rainforest, swamps and mangroves, and empties into the Gulf of Guinea. Flooding from monsoon rains lasts from June to September, then the water level drops, and in Februa...

    published: 09 Dec 2014
  • Design Africa Vision

    Across Africa there's so much creativity and entrepreneurship. But design-thinking is still emergent. What can we do to help harness the continent's creative energy and inspire the next generation of African leaders and problem solvers?

    published: 01 Jun 2016
  • Design Indabar Launch in Cape Town, South Africa

    Part bar, part art installation, the Design Indabar presented by Grolsch is a mobile celebration of the spirit of creativity. Design Indabar comprises two shipping containers that open up using hydraulic technology. Presented by Grolsch as a testimony to their spirit of unconventional creative and independent thinking, one container hosts a bar while the other serves as a multi-functional mobile gallery. Designed by Fly Pitcher in collaboration with Design Indaba, the interior and exterior surfaces of the Design Indabar can be used to project art, film, design and the like. Creative inspiration and thought leadership in the form of Pecha Kucha style presentations was one of the evening's highlights. With no guidelines, other than "20 seconds to present 20 slides", local creatives and tho...

    published: 05 Jul 2011
  • House Plans Online In South Africa

    Visit our site - http://modernhomedesignphotos.com SUBSCRIBE - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClOyuVCvRfo23QXPaCRGuQA?sub_confirmation=1 Our Second Channel SUBSCRIBE! https://www.youtube.com/c/SIMPLELIFEHACK?sub_confirmation=1

    published: 18 Dec 2016
  • Most Beautiful Object in South Africa 2017 | Sankara Rug

    The Sankara Rug by textile designer Nkuli Mlangeni is an expression of southern Africa’s modernity as well as its rich history of craft, according to interior designer Bielle Bellingham. She was drawn to the work of Mlangeni and her artisan team, not only for their high level of weaving skill but also the cultural research and historic imagery that informs Mlangeni’s designs. Wanting to celebrate the dying culture of traditional textile weaving, Mlangeni made it the focus of her final year studies as a student with an extended research project that finally resulted in the Sankara Rug, which forms part of a larger series of designs. It is her goal to inspire the interest of younger people in order to preserve this artistic practice. Explaining her choice of nomination, Bellingham says, “I...

    published: 23 Feb 2017
  • Africa Now: Fikirte Addis, designing contemporary Ethiopian garments with a traditional soul

    Fikirte Addis, the founder of Yefikir designs, is drawing on Ethiopia's rich cultural heritage to create modern, everyday clothing. Fikirte Addis is an Ethiopian fashion designer and the founder of Yefiker Design, a label renowned for its use of the most sophisticated Ethiopian traditional fabrics to create contemporary clothing. “Since I began designing there has always been a dilemma about whether to stay modern and follow modern trends or to be cultural and in-touch with your identity,” says Addis. She resolves this dilemma by experimenting with different garments, cuts, beading techniques and beading. “It’s important that [customers] have a touch of culture that still exists in the modern world and it doesn’t have to be too cultural or too modern.”

    published: 03 May 2016
  • Most Beautiful Object in South Africa 2017 | Joe Slovo West Community Project

    The Joe Slovo West Community Project, a haven for small children on the outskirts of Port Elizabeth, has been nominated for Most Beautiful Object in South Africa 2017 by SA filmmaker Hanneke Schutte. The small school’s design was managed by Kevin Kimwelle, an architect with an affection for alternative building methods and sustainable design. The project was a total renovation of a previous nursery that had become too small to host the growing number of toddlers that relied the nursery on a regular basis. A local non-profit organisation, Love Story, stepped in and drafted the help of a number of architects to revamp the space. The project was led by Kimwelle. With emphasis placed on the involvement of local citizens rather than a foreign company who are disconnected to the space, this is...

    published: 02 Feb 2017
  • TEDxStellenbosch - Mugendi M'Rithaa - Design With Africa

    Mugendi M'Rithaa talks about the unique approach to design in Africa.

    published: 22 Jan 2011
  • Original T-Bag Designs, Cape Town, South Africa

    A responsible tourism destination and job creation initiative. Using recycled teabags as our canvas, we collaborate with men and women from the local township to develop a range of quality, handmade products accessible to local and international markets. We maintain a highly-recommended Visitor Centre in Hout Bay where we welcome guests to tour our creative space and meet the artists over a cup of tea. Products are also available at the Watershed, V&A Waterfront and at the Bay Harbour Market in Hout Bay. We look forward to sharing our stories with you. Thank you to Rob Schermbrucker and the Slingshot Media team for beautifully capturing our journey. www.tbagdesigns.co.za

    published: 15 Mar 2016
  • Lush Tropical House in Johannesburg, South Africa (by Nico van der Meulen)

    Lush Tropical House in Johannesburg, South Africa (by Nico van der Meulen)

    published: 24 Jun 2016
  • Ackeem Ngwenya on design for rural Africa

    Subscribe for more like this! http://inda.ba/2p7ALNH Malawian designer Ackeem Ngwenya on design for rural Africa Growing up in a rural Malawian village shaped the philosophy that informs Ackeem Ngwenya’s designs. The multi-disciplinary designer aims to provide adequate transportation methods to rural African areas that do not have access to proper infrastructure. The development of public works in rural Africa is often hampered by corruption and a lack of skills. To solve this problem, Ngwenya went so far as to reinvent the wheel. The designer created a prototype for an all-terrain wheel that expands or contracts depending on the needs of the user. The device put Ngwenya on the map as an up-and-coming designer. His talk was filmed at the Design Indaba Conference 2015. Read the full s...

    published: 13 May 2016
Designing the future of urban Africa

Designing the future of urban Africa

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  • Updated: 01 Apr 2014
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View more inspiring videos like this one at http://www.designindaba.com/video In the Ivory Coast there is one architect for every 130 000 residents. Compare this to the 1:770 in countries like Japan, Italy and Greece, or even the 1: 2000 in countries like France, UK and Australia, and you can imagine that Ivorian architects like Issa Diabaté have a mammoth challenge on their drawing boards, especially given the pressures of rapid urbanisation in the major African cities. In many African countries, although the cultures may be different, it turns out that the urban problems have a similar way of expressing themselves, he says. But is not only the shortage of knowledgeable professionals that poses a challenge according to Diabaté, but also the lack of a vision when it comes to urban planning on a political level that leads to an inability to control, monitor and respond in a sustainable way in the urban environment. "It raises questions of the empowering of architecture and how we manage to make the profession sustainable and even more powerful," he explains. Diabaté, in this practice with partner Guillaume Koffi, is employing various strategies to not only to ensure better urban practices but also for a future generation of building designers and city makers. They soon realised that they need to also take on the role of property developers in order to realise the kind of projects that could set an example for others. One of the social perception issues is that high-density living means congestion and that low density development is still preferable. Their Les Résidences Chocolat real estate development fosters a form of emulation not only amongst architects but also the general population. "Because of the configuration of the city and the way we live today, we are trying to promote a different kind of living. we shouldn't shy away from living in apartments and collective environments because if you are a bunch of people together you can do so much more," he says. Diabaté is also involved in starting the first architecture school in the Ivory Coast and developing a curriculum that addresses the specific issues these budding architects would have to face in reality. Designindaba.com hosts hundreds of videos of speaker presentations and interviews and world design news. Updated daily, its content features the most cutting-edge design thinking and the work and ideas of the world's industry leaders in all the creative fields. Design Indaba is a multi-tiered platform committed to a better world through creativity. Established in 1995 with its flagship conference, it has evolved into a multidisciplinary experience that now consists of the globally acclaimed annual Design Indaba Conference, Simulcast, Expo and FilmFest, as well as a host of parties, performances, training workshops, design projects, community initiatives and publications. http://www.designindaba.com/video
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Design a better South Africa: Gavin Mageni at TEDxSoweto 2013

Design a better South Africa: Gavin Mageni at TEDxSoweto 2013

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  • Updated: 29 Nov 2013
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SABS Design Institute head Gavin Mageni believes that design and innovation are the catalysts that will inspire solutions to the global challenges of high unemployment, poverty and inequality. Follow Gavin on Twitter: @GFM0202 Visit Gavin at his website: sabs.designsa.org.za In the spirit of ideas worth spreading, TEDx is a program of local, self-organized events that bring people together to share a TED-like experience. At a TEDx event, TEDTalks video and live speakers combine to spark deep discussion and connection in a small group. These local, self-organized events are branded TEDx, where x = independently organized TED event. The TED Conference provides general guidance for the TEDx program, but individual TEDx events are self-organized.* (*Subject to certain rules and regulations)
https://wn.com/Design_A_Better_South_Africa_Gavin_Mageni_At_Tedxsoweto_2013
MODERN SUSTAINABLE HOME IN SOUTH AFRICA - ARCHITECT GILLIAN HOLL'S HOUSE

MODERN SUSTAINABLE HOME IN SOUTH AFRICA - ARCHITECT GILLIAN HOLL'S HOUSE

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  • Updated: 26 Jul 2015
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This is Architect Gillian Holl''s House, modern sustainable home in africa. There are many amazing things of every part of this modern home. From eco-friendly building materials to designs that minimize water and electricity use, this modern sustainable home elegantly combine the stylish and sustainable.You will wonder when you see it. Check it out!
https://wn.com/Modern_Sustainable_Home_In_South_Africa_Architect_Gillian_Holl'S_House
Africa Now: Teta Isibo, Inzuki Designs 2016

Africa Now: Teta Isibo, Inzuki Designs 2016

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  • Updated: 07 Mar 2016
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Inzuki Designs is a Rwandan brand specialising in jewellery, accessories and interior accents. Through a fusion of traditional craftsmanship and contemporary design, Inzuki creates products that are African-inspired and globally loved.
https://wn.com/Africa_Now_Teta_Isibo,_Inzuki_Designs_2016
Celebrate Design in South Africa #LoveSouthAfrica

Celebrate Design in South Africa #LoveSouthAfrica

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  • Updated: 18 Feb 2014
  • views: 137524
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Design in South Africa is exciting, cutting edge and a unique expression of the country's cultural riches. From contemporary design exhibitions tucked away on gritty, city streets to pop-up fashion showcases in smart art galleries, design has never been as big as it is right now in South Africa. Directed by Sébastien Montaz-Rosset, music & sound design by Alex Gardic
https://wn.com/Celebrate_Design_In_South_Africa_Lovesouthafrica
Biotope Aquarium Design Contest 2014 - the 2nd place, Africa

Biotope Aquarium Design Contest 2014 - the 2nd place, Africa

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  • Updated: 09 Dec 2014
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Website of the Biotope Aquarium Design Contest 2014: http://all4aquarium.ru/en/events/jbl-biotope-contest-2014/final In this video I show African biotope aquarium, arranged by Svetlana Kirillova (Russia) for the final of Biotope Aquarium Design Contest 2014 (held during ZooSphere 2014 in Saint Petersburg, Russia). This aquarium took the 2nd place in the contest. Description of the biotope (as written on the information plate): Nun River is the longest (160 km) continuation of the Niger River. The Nun river begins near the village of Aboh, where the Niger River splits in two, forming Nun and Forcados, flows through the rainforest, swamps and mangroves, and empties into the Gulf of Guinea. Flooding from monsoon rains lasts from June to September, then the water level drops, and in February, with the arrival of the flood waters from the Niger River, it rises again. Forest rivers and streams of the Nun River basin are home to many species of fish and other aquatic organisms. Although oil production causes serious damage to the local nature, yet in clean rivers significant biodiversity can be found. Mainly semi-aquatic plants grow in places where sun can reach the earth surface enough through the trees. Animals list: Gnathonemus petersii, Hymenochirus boettgeri, Pantodon buchholzi, Pelvicachromis pulcher, Chromaphyosemion bitaeniatum. Plants list: Anubias barteri ver. angustifolia (cf. afzelii), Bolbitis heudelotii, Ceratopteris thalictroides, Nymphaea lotus Music: "Windswept" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/ Subscribe: http://www.youtube.com/DefiniteAquascapeTV Like: http://facebook.com/DefiniteAquascapeTV Bookmark: http://definiteaquascape.tv
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Design Africa Vision

Design Africa Vision

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  • Updated: 01 Jun 2016
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Across Africa there's so much creativity and entrepreneurship. But design-thinking is still emergent. What can we do to help harness the continent's creative energy and inspire the next generation of African leaders and problem solvers?
https://wn.com/Design_Africa_Vision
Design Indabar Launch in Cape Town, South Africa

Design Indabar Launch in Cape Town, South Africa

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  • Updated: 05 Jul 2011
  • views: 1150
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Part bar, part art installation, the Design Indabar presented by Grolsch is a mobile celebration of the spirit of creativity. Design Indabar comprises two shipping containers that open up using hydraulic technology. Presented by Grolsch as a testimony to their spirit of unconventional creative and independent thinking, one container hosts a bar while the other serves as a multi-functional mobile gallery. Designed by Fly Pitcher in collaboration with Design Indaba, the interior and exterior surfaces of the Design Indabar can be used to project art, film, design and the like. Creative inspiration and thought leadership in the form of Pecha Kucha style presentations was one of the evening's highlights. With no guidelines, other than "20 seconds to present 20 slides", local creatives and thought-leaders talked about everything from inspiration, to design thinking, the creative process and the pulse of the design industry in South Africa. Speakers included the Blackheart Gang, Heath Nash, Danny K, Jay Pather, Hanneli Rupert, Daniel Ting Chong, Darkie, Robbie Brozin and Khaya Dlanga. The evening also marked the unveiling of the Grolsch chandelier design competition winners. Grolsch challenged local designers to interpret a brief to design chandeliers that embody and reflect the characteristic spirit of Grolsch. The four chosen chandelier designs by David Krynauw, Pedersen & Lennard, Imiso Ceramics and Michaella Janse van Vuuren, incorporated discarded Grolsh beer bottles in their designs, as a commitment to sustainability. From Cape Town to Kimberly to Durban, Soweto and beyond, the Design Indabar presented by Grolsch will soon be embarking on a nationwide tour. Bringing the best in South African creativity and innovation to a location near you. This fun and unusual pop-up bar will help to spread Design Indaba's belief that a better world is possible through creativity. Help us caption & translate this video! http://amara.org/v/CH1I/
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House Plans Online In South Africa

House Plans Online In South Africa

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  • Updated: 18 Dec 2016
  • views: 408
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Visit our site - http://modernhomedesignphotos.com SUBSCRIBE - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UClOyuVCvRfo23QXPaCRGuQA?sub_confirmation=1 Our Second Channel SUBSCRIBE! https://www.youtube.com/c/SIMPLELIFEHACK?sub_confirmation=1
https://wn.com/House_Plans_Online_In_South_Africa
Most Beautiful Object in South Africa 2017 | Sankara Rug

Most Beautiful Object in South Africa 2017 | Sankara Rug

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  • Updated: 23 Feb 2017
  • views: 860
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The Sankara Rug by textile designer Nkuli Mlangeni is an expression of southern Africa’s modernity as well as its rich history of craft, according to interior designer Bielle Bellingham. She was drawn to the work of Mlangeni and her artisan team, not only for their high level of weaving skill but also the cultural research and historic imagery that informs Mlangeni’s designs. Wanting to celebrate the dying culture of traditional textile weaving, Mlangeni made it the focus of her final year studies as a student with an extended research project that finally resulted in the Sankara Rug, which forms part of a larger series of designs. It is her goal to inspire the interest of younger people in order to preserve this artistic practice. Explaining her choice of nomination, Bellingham says, “I think that the things we put in our homes are incredibly important aspects of design, in that it is where our memories play out. The fact that she has used this very intelligent, conceptual thinking to inform the design of her rug, makes it even better.” VOTE NOW: http://inda.ba/2kqIVBb
https://wn.com/Most_Beautiful_Object_In_South_Africa_2017_|_Sankara_Rug
Africa Now: Fikirte Addis, designing contemporary Ethiopian garments with a traditional soul

Africa Now: Fikirte Addis, designing contemporary Ethiopian garments with a traditional soul

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  • Updated: 03 May 2016
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Fikirte Addis, the founder of Yefikir designs, is drawing on Ethiopia's rich cultural heritage to create modern, everyday clothing. Fikirte Addis is an Ethiopian fashion designer and the founder of Yefiker Design, a label renowned for its use of the most sophisticated Ethiopian traditional fabrics to create contemporary clothing. “Since I began designing there has always been a dilemma about whether to stay modern and follow modern trends or to be cultural and in-touch with your identity,” says Addis. She resolves this dilemma by experimenting with different garments, cuts, beading techniques and beading. “It’s important that [customers] have a touch of culture that still exists in the modern world and it doesn’t have to be too cultural or too modern.”
https://wn.com/Africa_Now_Fikirte_Addis,_Designing_Contemporary_Ethiopian_Garments_With_A_Traditional_Soul
Most Beautiful Object in South Africa 2017 | Joe Slovo West Community Project

Most Beautiful Object in South Africa 2017 | Joe Slovo West Community Project

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  • Updated: 02 Feb 2017
  • views: 217
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The Joe Slovo West Community Project, a haven for small children on the outskirts of Port Elizabeth, has been nominated for Most Beautiful Object in South Africa 2017 by SA filmmaker Hanneke Schutte. The small school’s design was managed by Kevin Kimwelle, an architect with an affection for alternative building methods and sustainable design. The project was a total renovation of a previous nursery that had become too small to host the growing number of toddlers that relied the nursery on a regular basis. A local non-profit organisation, Love Story, stepped in and drafted the help of a number of architects to revamp the space. The project was led by Kimwelle. With emphasis placed on the involvement of local citizens rather than a foreign company who are disconnected to the space, this is an example of design for the people, by the people. A representative of Love Story says, “The people who actually live there are deciding what they want to do and who is involved with the whole process.” It was not only the social upliftment aspect that drew Schutte to the project, but also the environmental integrity of the architecture. She says, “They used recycled materials and they built this entire creche for the price of an RDP house.” Photographs by Franziska Ritter, Jourbert Loots and GM ChildLife Foundation. VOTE NOW: http://inda.ba/2kqIVBb
https://wn.com/Most_Beautiful_Object_In_South_Africa_2017_|_Joe_Slovo_West_Community_Project
TEDxStellenbosch - Mugendi M'Rithaa - Design With Africa

TEDxStellenbosch - Mugendi M'Rithaa - Design With Africa

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  • Updated: 22 Jan 2011
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Mugendi M'Rithaa talks about the unique approach to design in Africa.
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Original T-Bag Designs, Cape Town, South Africa

Original T-Bag Designs, Cape Town, South Africa

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  • Updated: 15 Mar 2016
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A responsible tourism destination and job creation initiative. Using recycled teabags as our canvas, we collaborate with men and women from the local township to develop a range of quality, handmade products accessible to local and international markets. We maintain a highly-recommended Visitor Centre in Hout Bay where we welcome guests to tour our creative space and meet the artists over a cup of tea. Products are also available at the Watershed, V&A Waterfront and at the Bay Harbour Market in Hout Bay. We look forward to sharing our stories with you. Thank you to Rob Schermbrucker and the Slingshot Media team for beautifully capturing our journey. www.tbagdesigns.co.za
https://wn.com/Original_T_Bag_Designs,_Cape_Town,_South_Africa
Lush Tropical House in Johannesburg, South Africa (by Nico van der Meulen)

Lush Tropical House in Johannesburg, South Africa (by Nico van der Meulen)

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  • Updated: 24 Jun 2016
  • views: 4583
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Ackeem Ngwenya on design for rural Africa

Ackeem Ngwenya on design for rural Africa

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  • Updated: 13 May 2016
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Subscribe for more like this! http://inda.ba/2p7ALNH Malawian designer Ackeem Ngwenya on design for rural Africa Growing up in a rural Malawian village shaped the philosophy that informs Ackeem Ngwenya’s designs. The multi-disciplinary designer aims to provide adequate transportation methods to rural African areas that do not have access to proper infrastructure. The development of public works in rural Africa is often hampered by corruption and a lack of skills. To solve this problem, Ngwenya went so far as to reinvent the wheel. The designer created a prototype for an all-terrain wheel that expands or contracts depending on the needs of the user. The device put Ngwenya on the map as an up-and-coming designer. His talk was filmed at the Design Indaba Conference 2015. Read the full story: http://inda.ba/1P9stdf Design Indaba is an online publication with an annual Festival and social impact, Do Tank. Find our design talks, interviews and original features on www.designindaba.com See more of our design talks and interviews http://inda.ba/1XqFuU3 Follow Design Indaba on Twitter http://inda.ba/2qA9jbG Or on Facebook http://inda.ba/2qA8Mq9
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