AeT’s past and current work spans a variety of projects, commissions and programmes.
AeT Projects are those emerging out of a need or opportunity through the process of consultation and urban intelligence gathering. This includes technical support for informal workers’ groups or organisations, training, and facilitating dialogue with local government.
- ‘Markets of Warwick’ Tour
- Occupational Health and Safety Programme
- Lime and Impepho Infrastructure Project
- Urban Management Programme
- Law Programme – Know Your Rights Campaign, Street Law Seminars, Local Evaluations
Commissions arise when AeT is approached by local government or the private sector to provide expertise and consultancy around urban intelligence and inclusive design related to informal work and the urban environment.
- eThekwini Municipality’s Imagine Durban Inner-city Informal Recycling Project
- Warwick Junction’s Herb Market
- Warwick Junction’s Mealie Cookers’ Market
- Warwick Junction’s Bead Market
- Besters (eThekwini) and Malandela Road
- KwaSani Local Municipality, Underberg
Education and Social Media
As early advocates and activists around inclusive urban design and planning, AeT’s knowledge is constantly evolving. AeT works to promote learning and engagement around informal work and the urban environment through a variety of local tools and programs. AeT also engages with a wide community of activists, educators, built environment professionals and officials through international fora and social media.
- “Working in Warwick” Exhibition and Book
- Published Magazine and Journal Articles
- Professional Course: “Designing with Informal Workers”
- Markets of Warwick School Tours
- Active Website, Facebook and Twitter presences