Actuality has had the privilege of working with many inspiring leaders to develop innovative visions for the future.
Transformation needs to be implemented and prototyped, which is why we take projects from idea all the way to implementation. Embedded in this is actualising each process and learning from constant feedback to inform the final outcome. We enable successful projects by following a process of Visualise, Strategise, Actualise and each project brief determines which part(s) of the three-part process is required.
We have partnered with Dutch social enterprise, Cordaid, as the South African representative in process coordination and multi-stakeholder facilitation for projects as diverse as domestic violence in Philippi, South Africa, water catchment in Uganda and the roll out of public transport in Cape Town in a way that ensures that socio-economic objectives are integrated into transport planning objectives. We work with biomimicrySA and the Western Cape Premier to develop innovative solutions to wastewater, stormwater and solid waste in informal settlements. We have worked with Tongaat Hulett Developers, Dube Trade Port and eThekweni Municipality develop a Resilience Framework for the 9000hc new growth area surrounding King Shaka International Airport in Durban, South Africa, and this project is a global pilot to test this innovative new methodology for thinking about cities. We have also used biomimicry in working with the Nigerian Presidency to design a conceptual future for a city district in Abuja in celebration of their 100 centenary celebrations.
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Support to Improved Integrated Catchment Management for Increased Community Resilience in Lokok and Lokere Catchments in the Karamoja Region, Uganda
1000-hectare district design using biomimicry to integrate development with growth on the African continent.
Integrating hard and soft infrastructure for public transport in the Metro South East, Cape Town
Developing Resilience Guidelines for stormwater, land-use and ecological infrastructure for the Northern Spatial Area eThekwini and developing a Resilience Framework for the Northern Spatial Area eThekwini
Using biomimicry systems thinking and multi-stakeholder processes to develop a way forward for integrated catchment management in Hout Bay, Cape Town.
Systems for People's Access to a Clean Environment. Applying biomimicry technology to purifying water, while improving human wellbeing and economic opportunity.
Promoting co-operative governance and collaboration through a multi-stakeholder service hub in Philippi, Cape Town, to improve the capacity and provision of social services and development-oriented related services.