Writing the festival communique.
Professor Stephen Cairns reflects broadly on the principles of the 'open-city and how these might apply to urban renewal projects.
Watch an exclusive student screening and post-film discussion with The University of Sydney lecturers.
Watch an exclusive student screening and post-film discussion with The University of Sydney lectures.
Panellists Dr Marcus Spiller urbanist and architect Philip Thalis and Adjunct Professor Helen Lochhead discuss how important it is to define the objective of major urban renewal projects.
Luci Ellis, Reserve Bank and Professor Mike Berry, RMIT respond to three international experts on potential learnings from the Global Financial Crisis.
Leading researchers and practitioners discuss new developments in renewable energy, and their potential impacts on neighbourhoods and communities.
Dr Emily Talen asks: How do the goals of diversity and density interact, and can they be achieved simultaneously? How should we evaluate often-elusive planning goals in light of increasing social-spatial separation?
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Join Dr Kate Shaw, using Docklands as a starting point, she examines the motivations for urban renewal in Australia and draws lessons from more nuanced practices elsewhere.
The Hon. Craig Knowles, President Planning Research Centre in conversation with panelists. Bring your mobile phone to vote on key topics throughout the conversation.
A structured Q&A with Martin Payne, Faculty of Architecture, Design and Planning on value capture to benefit city making.
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Three expert panellists address health issues related to increased density. Professor Steven Corbett and Dr Jennifer Kent and Dr Peter Sainsbury.
Join the Festival of Urbanism launch event, featuring the launch of The Sydney University Master of Urbanism degree.