Great to be make the front cover and have a four page spread in the Mercury’s TAS Weekend Magazine in which, as part of Better Hobart, I get to set out some of my ideas on how, in the fields of Planning, Urban Design, Architecture and Transportation, we could bring some real improvements in how Hobart goes forward into the future. The article sets out 10 key changes and development suggested by Better Hobart, including a floating pool in the Cove, a pedestrianised Salamanca, and a Rivulet suspended bike and walkway; some of which I hope to publish in the coming months. Alas, the article on line is hidden behind The Mercury’s recently introduced Paywall, but limited access might be available if you click on this link.
Delighted to announce the completion of the nbd.space’s latest commissioned animation showing the proposed Urban Design for the redevelopment of Main Road in the CBD of the City Glenorchy in southern Tasmania. Produced in collaboration with GCC and Inspiring Place, the animation is currently being used as a consultative tool to help engage the community and seek out their views and explain the proposals subject to full approval of the Council.
You can click onto a link to view this and other commissioned animations here.