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The Table House is part of the UrbanXchanger Project, a Deutsche Bank initiative. UrbanXchanger is based on the Deutsche Bank Urban Age Award which was given annually since 2007 to innovative projects in various cities around the world. Four teams of Urban Practitioners, including architects, partnered with local organisations from each of the four Cities that […]
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The Deutsche Bank Urban Age Award recognizes and celebrates creative solutions to the problems and opportunities of poor communities living in urban areas. Find out more about the Deutsche Bank Urban Age Award.
The Pilot Project. A collaboration, driven by Engedi CC, involved transforming a derelict building and drug/crime hotspot into a community factory making school uniforms. Hands of Honour members were involved in the gardening and construction work. After three months here, many lives were changed.