New York-based Ethan Kent has a unique overarching viewpoint of the global placemaking movement, and he says that Australia is at the forefront of the placemaking conversation, but things could be better.
How can you prove that a walkable community is beneficial, even financially? A new planning tool developed in the US and trialled in Perth could be the answer.
You might think that a city like Tokyo, with a metro population of 14 million, has very little in common with a city like Sydney or Melbourne.
News from the front desk issue 442: It’s no secret among our most avid readers that we’re based in inner Sydney.
Should architect stick to buildings or is their remit much broader, extending to strategic influence over the city itself?
Lucinda Hartley and co-founder Jessica Christiansen-Franks decided to set up Neighbourlytics last year after realising that the property industry lacked a mechanism for measuring the social value of place.