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A subtropical urban community. Investigating medium to high density residential typologies. Recommendations from the design charrette

By Rosemary J. Kennedy

Abstract

In June 2009 the Centre for Subtropical Design at the Queensland University of Technology conducted a design charrette to research design concepts for liveable subtropical neighbourhoods characterised by higher-density, mixed-use, family orientated housing. Subsequent analysis of the proposed designs evaluated how well these typologies support economic, environmental and social sustainability. The study was led by Ms Rosemary Kennedy, Director of the Centre for Subtropical Design and QUT School of Design Adjunct Professor Peter Richards, Chair of the Centre for Subtropical Design Board and director of Deicke Richards Architects and Urban Designers

Topics: 120100 ARCHITECTURE, Subtropical Design, Affordable Housing, Ecological Sustainability, Transit Orientated Development, Urban Form and Density
Publisher: Centre for Subtropical Design
Year: 2009
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.qut.edu.au:40315
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