WhenThursday 27th February 2014
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New Law Building, LT 101 University of Sydney Eastern Avenue, University of Sydney
Published 19 February 2014
In a provocative lecture, Rudy Uytenhaak will address the problem of how to deal with explosive city growth as more people prefer to live in cities and larger spaces.
27 Feb 2014 6:30 pm
Uytenhaak argues that we should invest in attractive ‘cities full of space’: intensive, sustainable land-use that provides people with access and proximity to opportunity.
He promotes an architecture that organises the intelligent distribution of capacity + space by organising mass + void on different levels.
Instead of simplistic, quantitatively driven, high-rise visions, Rudy Uytenhaak advocates a mix of sky- and ground-scrapers. Such ground-scrapers with competitive economic densities enhance the qualities of the public realm and deliver child-friendly living environments for the new lovers of the city.
The talk will be introduced by A/Prof. Rod Simpson, Faculty of Architecture, Design & Planning, University of Sydney.
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