Recovering suburbia: An analysis of sururban form - post fire redevelopment
The Australian garden suburb occupies a significant cultural, symbolic, and physical place in Australian society. From the mid 20th century, suburban identity was strongly linked to the concept of living in the landscape be it a backyard, a bush setting, or simply an abundance of open space. These values were expressed in the Australian garden suburb, and this was exemplified by Canberra's urban development from the 1950s to the 1980s. More recently city planners have had to come to terms with...[Show more]
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