Raising humans has been for the past 200 years of the industrialised era predominately about focusing our education at jobs that already exist. In the contemporary world of ever-increasing skill requirements and the shifting sands of whole industries, didactic learning can no longer keep up. Instead, a shift to learning how to learn must be adopted. In response to this, a collaborative, flexible and organic style has been adopted and worked to shape the delivery systems and architecture.
The culture of Durban, South Africa, is an economically stilted metropolis with a rich cultural and historical context. The key to which is driving an interwoven community of creative and resourceful individuals to contribute back to the community and drive growth through human relationships.