Tag: 2014 AA Urban Housing Dossier
The pervasive commodification of urban housing in Australia is creating mean-spirited cities. Can architects do better?
Peter Myers wonders if Australia is on the cusp of realising a vehicular ‘utopia’ of endless urbanism.
Robert Stent considers the history of multi-residential housing in Victoria’s contemporary, global context.
How SEPP65 and limited design competitions are shaping a more liveable Sydney.
Lindsay and Kerry Clare consider the impact of SEPP 65 planning regulations on residential design in New South Wales.