Reshaping the future of [work]space

How can we reshape the future [work]space to become frictionless & offer greater choice, combined with flexibility, safety and wellbeing?

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UnCommon – The Challenges of Isolated Space

An online dialogue between the 5 collaborators of the InCommon - The Possibilities of Collective Space exhibition post the Covid 19 lockdown

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Radio Interview with Bob van Bebber and Nisha van der Hoven about the InCommon exhibition

Dave Nemeth interviews Nisha van der Hoven and Bob van Bebber on the thinking behind the InCommon exhibition.

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InCommon – The Possibilities of Collective Space

A collaborative exhibition designed to create a dialogue about the future of architecture.

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FuturePart presents at the University of Cambridge, Conflict in Architecture and the City Symposium

The FuturePart team had the privilege of presenting  the research paper 'The Possibilities of Corporate Privately Managed Public Spaces in Johannesburg and Nairobi' at the…

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Testing sustainability in architecture practice

An overview of FuturePart and its first 6 months of research and project proposals.

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Jeremy Melvin, Curator of WAF, in discussion with Bob van Bebber on the Business of Awards

An overview of the World Architecture Festival's success over the last 12 years and discussion on the impact it has had on winning practices and the architectural industry.

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A Future Of Corporate Privately Managed Public Spaces

An exploration of if and how corporate PMPS encourage positive encounters and foster a sense of shared space or if they merely reify existing urban divisions.

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FuturePart Launch Movie Shortlisted for Archiboo Web Awards 2019

Shot overnight in the Boogertman + Partners Johannesburg office with colleagues in lead roles and edited by the talented duo of Nisha and Justus Van Der Hoven

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Mapping Workshop with Dr. Diaan van der Westhuizen

Techniques for Mapping Use and Behaviour in Urban Space

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