A Review of Melbourne's Urban Design for People in the Last 30 Years

Zhugen, W, Stevens, Q and Xiaolei, L 2018, 'A Review of Melbourne's Urban Design for People in the Last 30 Years', Urban Planning International, vol. 33, no. 2, pp. 111-119.


Document type: Journal Article
Collection: Journal Articles

Title A Review of Melbourne's Urban Design for People in the Last 30 Years
Author(s) Zhugen, W
Stevens, Q
Xiaolei, L
Year 2018
Journal name Urban Planning International
Volume number 33
Issue number 2
Start page 111
End page 119
Total pages 9
Publisher Guoji Chengshi Guihua Bianjibu
Abstract Design for people is an essential urban design concept for supporting the construction of a livable city in Melbourne and it has played a significant role both in promoting urban space development and facilitating Melbourne's urban vitality. In this paper, the theoretical and practical values of urban design for people are interpreted and three distinct stages are identified in the historical development of Melbourne's research and design practice since 1985. The paper then reviews the background and research achievements of each stage. Based on the above-mentioned study, four principles for practice the concept of urban design for people are proposed in the end part of the paper.
Subject Urban Design
Keyword(s) Humanistic
Urban Design
City Streets
Open Space
DOI - identifier 10.22217/upi.2016.430
ISSN 1673-9493
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