USE-IT identifies waste beneficiation opportunities to help divert waste from landfill and create employment in the green economy.
Better Living Challenge announced the 3 winners of the competition on Tuesday 25 November 2014, who will each now receive R500 000’s worth of customised support to help them take their solutions to the next level. Better Living Challenge will guide this process to ensure that the winners receive maximum value from the award.
Winners announced at Better Living Challenge Awards Ceremony, at the Cape Town City Hall.
Following a two week public exhibition and a strict voting process, The Better Living Challenge - a design competition showcasing green and affordable solutions to improve the homes of people living in low-income communities - has announced its winners.
24-metre high sun-shaped sculpture, named the SunStar, was unveiled on Signal Hill
The sculpture was conceptualised and designed by Cape Town artist and founder of the Robben Island Art Company and Trust (RIACT), Christopher Swift, and is also a showcase project for Cape Town: World Design Capital 2014.
The Better Living Challenge Showcase has been called a resounding success.
Viewed by a constant stream of engaged visitors, the Better Living Challenge Showcase has been called a resounding success. We would like to thank everybody that took part, from our amazing Finalists and Exhibitors to our sponsors, supporters and media partners.