Gary White is an experienced architect and urban designer, and currently holds the position of director at New Urban, a practice focused on sustainable architecture, urban design, resource planning and restoration.
Holding a Masters’ degree in urban design, Gary is passionate about the principles of new urbanism and applies these in all the initiatives he drives. Gary was instrumental in projects that won four CNU Awards by the Charter of New Urbanism (CNU), USA – in 2006 for the design of the new urban community, Cabinda, in Angola; in 2012 for the design of a small-scale architectural town, Verkykerskop, in South Africa; and in 2018 for Africa Drawn – one hundred cities, South Africa”.
Together with two of his colleagues, Gary has also co-authored a book named “Africa Drawn: One Hundred Cities”, which focuses on researching, visualising and curating cities in Africa. This publication has won the firm its fourth CNU Award in May this year
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