Callum O'Connor

Perth Creative Commons is one of several proposals that work towards a Perth 2040 vision established by the architecture and urban planning unit. The proposal focuses on the redevelopment of one of Perth’s disused railway lines into a new urban corridor. This will be followed by the development of several sites along the new route, establishing a diverse creative community. This will be achieved through a vision-driven strategy that enables ‘collaborators’ to contribute through a self-build framework. The project plans to attract young professionals and entrepreneurs from across multiple disciplines, from traditional arts to tech and engineering. The Perth Creative Commons proposal is presented in the form of a website that acts as a development tool as well as a hub for the community. The website allows the user to explore the neighborhood and zoom in on areas of interest. You can view the full presentation at

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