Towards the objectives of ‘urban sustainability’ – what are the alternatives to Urban Sprawl?
How will the urban landscapes of Hume evolve from 2009 to 2032? This research studio into existing conditions in Broadmeadows ran alongside the Design Workshop, and the outcomes supported the second round of studios and design events in 2010.
BCAD: Bringing Cycling Ahead of Driving
Broadmeadows Valley Park
Social & environmental sustainability: WSUD, community gardens & improved transportation.
Carparks to [Sustainable] Communities
Reconnecting the community through local food systems and Water Sensitive Urban Design.
Eat your greens
Designing green spaces into the existing slow transport corridor.
Farm to Fork
Farm to Fork: Local people, local food.
Learning Growing Using Sharing
Using design to connect the community through local food production spaces.
A linear parkway interwoven with social infrastructure.
Meadowlink: A Change of Place
Creating an urban centre that relies on sustainable modes of transport, particularly walking and cycling.