‘City regions’ have become the dominant form of urban development worldwide, as polycentric cities replace outdated 20th century notions of a high-rise CBD surrounded by sprawling suburbs. This subject is an advanced Urban Design and Planning studio, supported by seminars presented by staff, students, visiting lecturers and distinguished practitioners. The studio uses urban South East Queensland as the focus of a practical examination and intervention into metropolitan regional planning, in the light of global growth in coastal city regions and comparative planning frameworks that optimise long-term urban design outcomes. The subject gains an interdisciplinary perspective through a partial overlap with the equivalent Architecture studio.
|Faculty||Faculty of Society & Design|
1. Define regional planning issues and processes in the context of the global phenomenon of expanding city regions and global sustainability concerns;
2. Explain how regional urban structure affects urban design outcomes, particularly in relation to urban centres, major urban-regional facilities and transport infrastructure;
3. Analyse regional urban planning issues in a variety of administrative contexts (including cross-border settings where relevant);
4. Identify a range of approaches and techniques for regional planning;
5. Demonstrate effective teamwork and an understanding of the role of interdisciplinary contributions to urban design and planning work;
6. Implement written, spoken and graphic skills in communicating about urban design and planning.
|Withdraw – Financial?||12/02/2020|
|Withdraw – Academic?||01/03/2020|