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BRISBANE 2032 OPPORTUNITIES FOR AN OLYMPIC LEGACY. Article 7: The Public Realm and Placemaking: The Gabba

The public real, public social life and the Gabba as part of the Olympic Games Legacy, Brisbane 2032bvbnvnvnv

|2022-10-07T18:07:23+11:00October 6, 2022|Urban Design Policy & Integration|

BRISBANE 2032 OPPORTUNITIES FOR AN OLYMPIC LEGACY. Article 9: The City Region of South East Queensland – Proposals for an Olympic Legacy

A 10 Point Plan for Brisbane and South East Queensland's Olympic Legacy: development, spatial planning, culture, society, environment and urban design.bvbnvnvnv

|2022-11-04T19:45:55+11:00August 6, 2022|Urban Design Policy & Integration|

BRISBANE 2032, OPPORTUNTIES FOR AN OLYMPIC LEGACY. Article 8: City Regions, Development Strategies and Connectiveness

South East Queensland as a City Region, and the question of how best to leave for future generations an Olympic Legacy that strengthens economies, cities and towns, rural areas, culture and the environment.bvbnvnvnv

|2022-10-16T17:25:37+11:00August 4, 2022|Urban Design Policy & Integration|

Article 5: Barcelona 1992: The Olympic Games and a Paradigm Shift in City Planning – Cultural Policy and Resources, and a Conclusion

From 1984 cultural planning and development was directed at cultural facilities until preparation of the Cultural Olympiad in 1993 when a new cultural plan addressed living artists, creativity and wider cultural participation, and the emerging 'industries of culture'.bvbnvnvnv

|2022-09-04T18:37:50+10:00July 19, 2022|Urban Design Policy & Integration|

BRISBANE 2032 OPPORTUNITIES FOR AN OLYMPIC LEGACY: ARTICLE 4. Barcelona 1992: The Olympic Games and a Paradigm Shift in City Planning Part II – New City Planning

This covers planning for the Olympic Games, the renovation and creation of city spaces and parks and remodelling of the coastline under planning director Oriol Bohigas, who created a paradigm shift in city planning.bvbnvnvnv

|2022-09-04T14:24:09+10:00July 19, 2022|Urban Design Policy & Integration|

BRISBANE 2032 OPPORTUNITIES FOR AN OLYMPIC LEGACY: ARTICLE 3. Barcelona 1992 – The Olympic Games and a Paradigm Shift in City Planning – Urban History and Regeneration

A chronological exposition of Barcelona’s urban history, architecture and important cultural movements up until 1980 when a paradigm shift in city planning occurred.bvbnvnvnv

|2022-08-30T12:08:45+10:00July 19, 2022|Urban Design Policy & Integration|

BRISBANE 2032 OPPORTUNITIES FOR AN OLYMPIC LEGACY: Article 2. BRISBANE CONVERSATION AND DESIGN CHARRETTE THEMES

This article presents the lessons from a Brisbane Conversation event, including international models, and the outcomes from a follow-up Urban Design Charrette - held by the Urban Design Alliance, Queensland.bvbnvnvnv

BRISBANE 2032 OPPORTUNITIES FOR AN OLYMPIC LEGACY: ARTICLE 1 The economy, design, sense of place, culture and social life of a region.

Article 1: An Introduction – The economy, design, sense of place, culture and social life of a region
John Montgomery and Kathi Holt with Preface by the Editor.

The first in a series of 12 articles from the Urban Design Alliance of Queensland who are thinking
proactively about the legacy the legacy the Games can bring to Brisbane and SE Queensland and having broader planning and urban design.bvbnvnvnv

QUAY QUARTER LANES – A CONTRIBUTION TO SYDNEY’S PUBLIC DOMAIN AND URBAN REVITALISATION

Building upon Sydney’s streets and laneways, an integrated pedestrian precinct and living environment of great charm and economic value has been developed behind Circular Quay. This unique city shaping project has been designed by a collaborative team as a complement to the massive new developments which surround it and that are changing the city skyline.bvbnvnvnv

MAITLAND MAIN STREET REVITALISATION AND THE LEVEE: Reviving a country town’s heart and linking it to the river

This project is an inspiring example of main street revitalization, historic preservation, connection of town to waterfront, environmental sustainability and design quality.bvbnvnvnv

|2022-05-30T14:42:25+10:00May 27, 2022|Architecture, Landscape & Environment, Public Spaces|
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