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Kamukunji Environment Conservation Champions.
One of Inhabit Place’s more exiting adventures in 2021 was our expansion into Africa, working with the United Nations Global Public Space Programme to gain insights into the Kamukunji area of Nairobi, in Kenya.
Understanding Inhabit Place.
In an age where our challenge as individuals, communities and organisations is to make sense of overwhelming amounts of data, we set out to build a tool that simplified the challenge of understanding and designing places.
Cities expected to become home to two thirds of the world's population by 2050.
Inhabit Place is a data and analytical tool that records and interprets human behavior in public spaces to better understand how we use the built environment, and how the built environment impacts us.