Liam Cox

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This project uses the city of Perth as a case study to investigate how we can create quality, inclusive urban neighborhoods by challenging the use of 'unusable' brownfield sites.

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This project takes a look at how you might create Inclusive Embedded Neighbourhoods using 'under-used' sites. In this case the project looks at the city of Perth with a detailed study of the Watergate area. The project has been designed to explore the way in which 2 small interventions of high quality housing and flexible communal spaces can help to grow new and existing communities, as well as the knock on effects this could have to the city of Perth as whole.

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