Who is behind Urban Designage?

Nanjala Ngoya; Founder

Ngoya is an enthusiastic Urban Designer from Kenya who is fascinated by the prospect of working on a blog that addresses urban happiness, urban creativity, and human conditions in urban areas.

Beautiful, well-organized, and functional cities have always appealed to me. The blog is set to catalyze people with like minds to share their thinking, talk, and discuss urban topics that involve co-creating future sustainable cities.

Victor Ndungu; Partner

Victor Ndung’u is an Urban Planner, writer, and environmentalist fascinated with writing on key urban
issues, both emerging and existing. He is keen on having conversations on how best to address key issues that affect urban communities, inclusive of the rights and responsibilities of urban residents in the design of their spaces.

Robert Okoth; Partner

Robert Okoth is an Urban Designer, precisely one with great interest and a keen eye for urban environmental changes and urban community behavior and response to change. He studied Bachelor of the Built Environment; Urban Design and Development at the Technical University of Kenya.

Robert brings a conscious and well-informed mindset on matters of urban development and urban design into the partnership with the Urban Design ‘Age. He is dedicated to educating, enlightening the urban communities and stakeholders to positively influence and encourage
change in the urban neighborhoods

What People Say

The chief function of the city is to convert power into form, energy into culture, dead matter into the living symbols of art, biological reproduction into social creativity.”

Lewis Mumford

“One thing is sure. The earth is now more cultivated and developed than ever before. There is more farming with pure force, swamps are drying up, and cities are springing up on unprecedented scale. We’ve become a burden to our planet. Resources are becoming scarce, and soon nature will no longer be able to satisfy our needs.” 

Quintus Septimus Florens Tertullianus, Roman theologian, 200 AD

Cities have the capability of providing something for everybody, only because, and only when, they are created by everybody.

Jane Jacobs

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