Subtropical values and principles of subtropical design for the South East Queensland region: A report for the Office of Urban Management Queensland Government

John Hockings, Paul Donehue, Daniel O'Hare, John Clarke, Caroline Stalker, Stephen Pate, Peter Richards, Darryl Low Choy, Michael Papageorgiou, Lindsay Enright, Elizabeth Musgrave, Marci Webster Mannison, Bhishna Bajracharya, Rosemary Kennedy

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Abstract

The Office of Urban Management recognises that the values which characterise the SEQ region as 'subtropical' are important determinants of form in urban and regional planning. Subtropical values are those qualities on which our regional identity depends. A built environment which responds positively to these values is a critical ingredient for achieving a desirable future for the region.

The Centre for Subtropical Design has undertaken this study to identify the particular set of values which characterises SEQ, and to translate theses values into design principals that will maintain and reinforce the value set. The principles not only apply to the overall balance between the natural environment and the built environment, but can be applied by local government authorities to guide local planning schemes and help shape specific built for outcomes.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBrisbane
PublisherQUT Institute for Sustainable Resources
Number of pages18
Publication statusPublished - Oct 2004

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Hockings, J., Donehue, P., O'Hare, D., Clarke, J., Stalker, C., Pate, S., ... Kennedy, R. (2004). Subtropical values and principles of subtropical design for the South East Queensland region: A report for the Office of Urban Management Queensland Government. Brisbane: QUT Institute for Sustainable Resources.
Hockings, John ; Donehue, Paul ; O'Hare, Daniel ; Clarke, John ; Stalker, Caroline ; Pate, Stephen ; Richards, Peter ; Low Choy, Darryl ; Papageorgiou, Michael ; Enright, Lindsay ; Musgrave, Elizabeth ; Webster Mannison, Marci ; Bajracharya, Bhishna ; Kennedy, Rosemary. / Subtropical values and principles of subtropical design for the South East Queensland region : A report for the Office of Urban Management Queensland Government. Brisbane : QUT Institute for Sustainable Resources, 2004. 18 p.
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Brisbane : QUT Institute for Sustainable Resources, 2004. 18 p.

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