What We Are Doing

UWA Student Project

 PerthALIVE worked with Associate Professor Joo Hwa (Philip) Bay from the Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Visual Arts at the University of Western Australia to provide a brief for a Studio Project for third year students. The project was titled; Re-Inventing the Claremont Connectivity; Sustainable Urban community on the Ground and in the Sky. The design brief we provided was translated into a project that asked the students to design for connectivity socially and environmentally for the young and the old, with mixed facilities with human scale presence.  Read more…

An Unexpected Partnership:  Different Generations Seeking Similar Housing

A joint presentation between PerthALIVE and FuturePerth to the International Cities Town Centres & Communities Society Conference in October, 2013 challenged traditional assumptions about what different age groups want from their cities and housing.  Read more…

What do Retirees and an older generation want?

Read PerthALIVE Chair Maxine Murray’s contribution to a joint presentation (titled An Unexpected Partnership: Different Generations Seeking Similar Housing), between PerthALIVE and FuturePerth to the International Cities Town Centres & Communities Society Conference in October, 2013.  The joint presentation challenged traditional assumptions about what different age groups want from their cities and housing.  Read more…

Claremont N-E Precinct October 2012

View PerthAlive’s submission to the Claremont Council on the Town of Claremont N-E Precinct Draft Design Guidelines, Detailed Area Plans and Structure Plan Revisions.

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