Throughout the 80s and 90s, protests halted almost all development in the area, leaving the open fields which are still there today. Some apartments have been built, which now house some of the former residents. There is also the Cape Peninsula University of Technology, as well as a few churches and mosques which were spared during the demolition.
Today the area is starting to regain its vibrancy as a design and art hub. You’ll find a high concentration of street art between design shops, eateries, alternative nightlife spots, and bars.
Visit my online gallery for more images of iconic buildings and places in and around Cape Town, botanical works and images of African animals and birds in both monochrome and colour.
All images are available as high quality prints on non-archival paper or on ready-to-hang stretched canvas.
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