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It does this by placing the garages at the rear of the house. A little parsley on the pig though as the rest of the estate utilises standard garages at the front which impact on the street. (WA is leading the charge in good suburban (and inner city) development).
A good introduction to urban design – which hasn’t dated. Beautiful hand drawn illustrations of European cities by the author.
A city masterplan for Brisbane identified the opportunity to close the left turning lane (shown on the Google image with the zebra crossing) to create the plaza.
The finished product courtesy of Nearmap. Cars have to slow down from 100 to 40km/hr to make the turn! Which is also the new city speed limit for Brisbane.
The finished product courtesy of Nearmap. Cars have to slow down from 100 to 20km/hr to make the turn! Which is also the new city speed limit for Brisbane.
When I was at HASSELL I led a team in a 2 day design workshop with public stakeholders to plan a new library, senior school and recreation centre with a main street outcome. We also included a laneway, central park and on street carparking.
Keep your eye out for Placefocus.com
CNU is tackling car dominated urban places at the grand scale.