South Africa | Cape Town – by Mokena Makeka

Cape Town | January 6, 2011

Cape Town’s physical identity as a city is a direct result of human intervention, namely architecture and how it collectively shapes and informs street life and the character of the city. With an abundance of historical architectural fabric in the central city, our buildings tell an interesting story of our past,” so it starts our guest contribution – ‘Architecture and the City’ – by Cape Town-based architect Mokena Makeka [Makeka Design Lab]. A 1000 words and 23 images is where our 2010-11 South African journey ends.