Posts Tagged ‘architecture’

Who says listening can’t be visual

26/04/2012

For the past few months on Facebook, dedicated Bush Radio Sensual Sundays listener Cassiem Jacobs (better known as Boeta C) has been making promo posters for the show in his spare time. We thought we would showcase some of his work on this blog.

Born and raised in Worcester he matriculated at Esselenpark Senior in Worcester and went to Pentech (now CPUT) to study architectural draughtmanship and later studied Information Technology in Houtbay. He now works at Goudini Spa as the assistant technical manager.

Boeta C listens to Bush Radio 89.5FM via our webstream on his Blackberry and PC.

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A tale of two cities

28/02/2012

The state of South Africa cities currently sits on a crossroad of possible futures, articulated in urban design, architecture, design, the arts and social studies. The dichotomies of formal and informal structures circulate and merge with boundaries that extend beyond the physical borders of supposedly defined urban spaces.

In a night of discussion and exhibition dsgnTête-à-Tête, the flagship discussion platform of MoDILA and broadcast in partnership with Bush Radio 89.5FM every Thursday at 2:30 pm, hosts A Tale of [2+1] Cities, where renowned international experts in the fields of architecture and urban studies will debate with the public on their perspectives of local and global future cities.

All designers and creatives are welcome!

The discussion will be followed by an electronic exhibit of works from the Graduate School of Architecture Planning and Preservation, Columbia University, New York entitled Design intelligence Africa and from the University of Cape Town Architecture @ UCT – issues and themes at the Cape Institute for Architecture.

Click here to RSVP

The concept note will be provided subject to RSVP.

For more information contact: communication@modilatrust.co.za

MoDILA, Africa’s cradle for design and leadership excellence’

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