The missing middle & more - typologies for a coooler, greener urban form
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Placing people and how we live at the centre of design will inevitably deliver greener spaces in our urban landscape. The Planning and Design Code Phase 3 seeks a range of performance outcomes in relation to urban green cover and water sensitive urban design for the “missing middle” and apartment living.
- Typologies for high-performance middle density living (Geoffrey London & Nigel Bertram) that provide for cooler, greener development, including dual occupancies, courtyard homes, terraces, townhouses and apartment buildings, in addition to an SA case study seeking to rejuvenate Salisbury East
- Performance evaluation of business as usual urban infill versus the new typologies (Steve Kenway/Marguerite Renouf) with assessment criteria including: urban water management, quality of outdoor spaces – private and communal (including space for trees), and thermal comfort.
Our presenters come to you from the CRC for Water Sensitive Cities integrated research program (IRP4), which brings together some of Australia's leading architects, landscape architects and engineers to develop innovative solutions for infill development:
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