Integrating subtropical design in transit oriented developments of South East Queensland, Australia
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Bajracharya, B. & O'Hare, D. (2007). Integrating subtropical design in transit oriented developments of South East Queensland, Australia. Paper presented at the International urban design conference: Waves of change- Cities at crossroads, Gold Coast, Australia.
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The objective of the paper is to stimulate the dialogue on subtropical design of transit oriented development in SEQ through conversations with six leading urban designers and planners in Queensland. The paper summarises the discussions with key informants on four key aspects; (1) key elements of subtropical TODs; ( 2) good examples of subtropical design in Brisbane and SEQ; (3) challenges to developing subtropical TOD; and (4) ideas/strategies for developing subtropical TODs. Through a critical analysis of the emerging literature on subtropical design and continual dialogue with a cross section of planning and design professionals as well as the development industry and larger community, there is a strong potential to create subtropical TODs in SEQ that are climatically responsive, locally distinctive, high quality public realms.
Daniel O'Hare and Bhishna Bajracharya. "Integrating subtropical design in transit oriented developments of South East Queensland, Australia" Sustainable Development.. Sep. 2007.
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