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Planning Institute of Australia prize – M.Plan (Urban Design)

Whereas the Planning Institute of Australia (South Australia) will award an annual prize to the total value of $500 to a student studying full time in the Master of Planning (Urban Design). Prize and Eligibility The value of the Prize of $500 (consisting of $150 credit to SA Professional Development events / Graduate membership to […]

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2015 SABE Final Year Exhibition – Fri 04 Dec, 6pm

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Maps and Meanings: Urban Cartography and Urban Design

PhD project by Julie Nichols Julie currently researches in the fields of urban history, urban cartography and contemporary urbanism. Her doctoral study, Maps and Meanings: Urban Cartography and Urban Design, is a comparative study of an historical trajectory of the changing role of the map from pre-modern to modern times. The emergence of the concept of […]

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Water Urbanism in Dhaka: Intervention Strategies for Reclaiming and Protecting the Water Bodies of an Eco-city

PhD project by Fahmid Ahmed Fahmid’s research aims to understand the water-culture of the deltaic city of Dhaka, Bangladesh. Water has played a powerful role in shaping the histories, societies and economics of this region. However, with the unprecedented rate of urbanisation the dialogue between water and the city has collapsed. Appropriate urban design policy […]

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A Multi-Step Approach to Resettlement for the Urban Poor

PhD project by Isidoro Malaque III The urban poor play an important role in developing economies, but their informal settlements are often viewed negatively. To discover the ingenuity of the urban poor in providing their own shelter, the aim of Isidoro’s research is to explore how the urban poor occupy different housing submarkets, from living in […]

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