The City of Cape Town confirmed on Wednesday that it’s putting the brakes on the pricey Foreshore Freeway Precinct project.
Since 1977, the Foreshore Freeway Bridge has sat unfinished, turning into an iconic spot for music videos and movies alike. That might all be coming to an end.
We’ve all had chuckle at those highways that just end in mid-air, but earlier this year the City announced six proposals to redevelop the area. Here’s the latest.
There is no shortage of ambitious ideas floating around out there, but this actual, floating skyscraper is unlike anything we’ve ever seen before.
The infamous Midmar building will be knocked down and replaced with a 17-storey block, but many aren’t too happy with what’s coming.
South Africa’s tallest buildings may not rank that highly when compared to other cities around the world, but we do have some lookers.
The Trump Tower was the scene of some disturbance yesterday when an avid Trump believer attempted to ascend it to get a personal meeting with the Presidential candidate.
With big business comes big responsibility – and Sasol’s Sandton headquarters are set to house all of its SA-based employees.
Part of Sandton City Mall collapsed yesterday in what quickly became an overhyped frenzy of socialites cancelling their mani pedis and weeping into their chocamocachinos.
We are on the hunt for the best Sushi in the area…Here’s our Top 5 so far… (I wont lie, it is a fun hunt).
Nigeria’s prophet TB Joshua’s television channel has released a new video clip showing the collapse of the four-storey building at the Synagogue Church of All Nations (Scoan).
A 25-storey block of flats caught fire in the Russian city of Krasnoyarsk, in south-western Siberia, and local news coverage shows the frightening images.
Two window cleaners in Vienna were given a seriously bad day at work when their cradle slipped from the side of a building.
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Airplanes can be used for way more than purely transporting masses of people, as some people and business owners have shown to make incredible living spaces out of old planes and helicopters.
When the Suzhou Chinaing Real Estate Company commissioned British architecture practice RMJM to design The Gate to the East, they were hoping for the Eastern answer to Paris’s Arc de Triomphe. Instead, they found the £445 million skyscraper more closely resembled a pair of “giant underpants”.