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PLANNI NG AND DESI GN SOLUTI ON FOR THE CUB SI TE

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cubsi teanalysi s 01 desi gn response 02 cubsi teplan

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si tesecti on 04 new proposalanalysi s 05 vi ews& elevati ons 06 open spacedesi gn detai lďźš plan 07 open spacedesi gn detai lďźšsecti on 08 materi alchart09 reference 10


SI TE ANALYSI S faradya st

queensbe rry

uni versi ty square st

grattan

street

drummo nd

swansto n

melbour nemuse um

CUB SI TE

royalex hi bi ti on bui ldi ng

street

eth zab eli

street

st

argyle square

cardi gan

st

st

st

li ncoln square

bouveri e

lei cester

street

st carlton garden north

queensb erry

SI TE carlton garden south

street

swansto n

vi ctori a

bouveri e

st

n

uni versi tyofmelb ourne

n

st

st ng i spr

vi ctori a

street

st ale sd n o l

am lli wi

st

en que

st

on nst swa

be tro la

sel rus

st

eet str

on ti bi i h x e

st

st

n i nkl fra

rke bou

st

legendďźš

legend ďźš resi denti al

heri tage

retai l student housi ng

uni versi ty

busi ness

playground

market

di ni ng

fi restati on

publi chospi tal

si te

mi dri sebui ldi ng

low-ri sebui ldi ng

hi ghri sebui ldi ng

accesspoi nt

tram stop

separated bi cycle lane

streetparki ng

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swotanalysi s

carlton profi le household types 35. 2 % loneperson

Strength

Weakness

two person,smalleruni t

Di ver s eus er soft hes i t e(ages ,et hi cal ,occupat i on)

Pedes t r i ans af et y:numer ouspeopl ewal ki ngar oundt hes i t e

typei spreferred.

Eas i l yconnect edwi t hCBDi nt er msofmul t i pl echoi cesoft r ans por t at i on

Var i ousf or m oft r ans por t at i oni mpactoncycl i s ts af et y

T r ans act i onz onel i nki ngCBDandCar l t on

L i mi t edacces spoi ntons i t e

Memor abl ehi s t or i cal bui l di ngons i t e

S omegr oundf l oorbui l di ngf açadesar enotat t r act i ve

F ai rcondi t i onoft hef oot pat hs ur r oundi ngt hes i t e

S l opi ngs i t edi f f i cul tf ordi s abl eacces ss omet i mes .

17. 8% coupleswi thout chi ldredn majori tyof1 person and

17. 3% grouphousehold

Notenoughpl aygr oundar oundt hes i t e

bi rthplacesummary

L i mi t edcarpar ki ngs pace

42. 8% overseasborn multi culturalbackground of potenti alusers,gatheri ng placeneed forthem to commu-

47. 6% australi a

Opportuni ti es

Threats

Goodqual i t yofbui l di ngf acadescoul denhancet heex per i enceofwal ki ngar ounds i t e.

Noi s y:opens pacemi ghtdi s t ur bt hedai l yl i f eoft her es i dent s

S epar at edcycl i ngl anecoul dbepr ovi dedt oencour agecycl i ng

Pr i vacy:r es i dent smi ghtex pos et oover l ooki ng

Hi ghdens i t ydevel opmentwi t hmor er el at i vel ys mal l dwel l i nguni t .

Heavyt r af f i cmi ghtaf f ectpeopl e’ swi l l i ngt owal kandcycl e

I mpr ovet heacces s i bi l i t yoft hes i t eenabl epeopl et oengagewi t ht hes i t e.

T hes af et yoft her es i dent i al ar eaast hes i t ei sacces s i bl et ot hepubl i ct oal ar geex t ent .

ni cateand know each other.

occupati on ofemployment 45. 4% professi onals 12. 4% majori tywhi tecollarwork

admi nstrati veworkers

Adequat es er vi cesandf aci l i t i ess houl dbepr ovi dedt os uppor tt hi sdemogr aphyof peopl e.

force, need morepubli c open spaceforrelaxati on, escapi ng from offi ceblock. 13. 1% Managers

desi gn response

household si ze 40% 1 persi on 36% 2 persons 1 person ortwo person household si zei mply thatpeopleneed ni ce desi gned publi cspaceto spend casualti me.

12. 9% 3 persons

carownershi p 40. 8% no motorvehi cles

li mi ted motorvehi clesper

33. 1% 1 motorvehi cle

household provi dean opportuni tyofdevelopi ng publi ctransportati on. 12. 3% 2 motorvehi cles

agestructure 014 yearsold

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I mpr ovi ngcommuni t ys af et y

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Pr omot i ngapedes t r i anf r i endl ymode

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L ar ger angeofgr oundf l ooract i vi t i es

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F r equencyofdoor sandwi ndowsongr oundf l oor ,nobl ankf acades

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Max i mi z eper meabl egr ounds ur f ace

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Cr eat i ngr el ax at i on,r ecr eat i onandmeet i ngpl acesf ordi ver s i t yus er s

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Comf or t abl eandf l ex i bl eus eoft hepubl i cs pace

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Ami xus eoft hebui l di ng

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Act i veedgesofbui l di ngf r ont age

young peopleneed more

1534 yearsold

acti veplaceforsports, shoopi ng,and hangi ng around 34 and older

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cub si teplan n scale1: 1000

bouveri e street

e

e

queensb erry

vi crori a

a

e

10 F

16 F

e

16 F

18 F 20 F 20 F

40 F

street

a’

18 F e

10 F 10 F 40 F 20 F

14 F

16 F

e

street

e

street

swanston

18 F

18 F

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street

Qu e e n s b e r r yS t r e e t mi xed used bui ldi ng

fountati on wi th seatssurroundi ng

sunken plaza

CUBS i t e exi sti ng heri tagebui ldi ng

mi xed used bui ldi ng

resi denti albui ldi ng

underground carparki ng

desi gn proposalsi tesecti on secti on a a‘ scale1: 1000

Vi c t o r i aS t r e e t Me l b o u r n eCBD

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new proposalanalysi s n

100mm pavements t one gr as sf i l l i ngap

150mm s and ear t h

commer ci al act i vi t i esal ongs t r eet

3

publ i copens pace

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7

2

( benches ,t r ees ,l awn, ar t ss cul pt ur e)

mai nent r y

1 4

pavementt ype1

5

f ount ai nwi t hs eat sar ound

det ai l pl anB

16

under gr oundcarpar kent r y

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S unkenPl az a s hopsar ounds unkenpl az e

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(pr ovi di ngact i veat mos pher e)

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9

11

10

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mai nent r yons wans t onS t . (vi ew oft hef ount ai nandact i vi t i esofpeopl e)

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s etbacksonS wans t onS t . (encour agepedes t r i ans)

ent r yf orr es i dent s

L egend: 1.Publ i cS pace

2.Out doorS i t t i ngAr ea

3.Caf e(gr oundf l oor)

4.S upermar ket(GF )

5.Chi l dcar e(GF )

6.Res i dent i al

7.Res i dent i al

8.Res i dent i al

9.Res i dent i al

11.Res i dent i al

12.S unkenPl az a

13.Medi cal Doct or

14.Commer ci al (GF )

15.Commer ci al (GF )

16.F ount ai n

17.Communi t ycent er

18.S wi mmi ng

bui ldi ng functi ons

ci rculati on

spati alrelati onshi p

vegetati on

pri vateresi denti albui ldi ng

pri mary

publi copen space

trees

mi xed usebui ldi ng

secondary

publi cbui ldi ng

grass

thi rdly

pri vateresi denti al

waterfeature

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vi ews ① enteri ng thesi tewi th avei w ofpubli cspace ② vi ew afterpassi ng thepubli cspace ③ exi sti ng si tefrom queensberryst。 ④ bi rdsvi ew ofthepubli copen space

south elevati on ⑤ eastelevati on ⑥ westelevati on ⑦ north elevati on ⑧

elevati ons

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open spacedesgi n detai l plan bscale1: 50

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c’

c

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open spacedesi gn detai l secti on c c’scale1: 50

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materi alchart-detai lplan outdoorshelterwi th flexi ble arrangementofseatsi n publi cspace.

pavementoftheplaza: di fferentcolour ofpavementstoneti les. (vari ous colours enhancethepubli c spacevi suallyi n terms ofvari ati on.)

concretesteps: wi deconcretestepsmi ghtbeused forseati ng purposeoracti vi ti essuch asďźšskateboard. thi scould beused asfreearranged space.

pavementoftheroad: thi stypeofblockpavementcould reducethei mpermeabi li tyof thesurface.rai n watercould runofffrom thepavementbetween thegaps.movi ng toward sustai nabi li tytaketheconsi derati on oftheenvi ronment.

shopssurroundi ng partsoftheplaza: largeglasswi ndow should beused.thi scould enhancethe atmosphereofthepubli cspacebyprovi di ng vi si bleacti vi ti es and avoi di ng blankfacades.

medi um ri seshrubs& trees: actasphysi calbarri ersto separatepubli cplazaand resi denti albui ldi ng blocks.

greenerysurroundi ng theresi denti al bui ldi ngs: enhancetheenvri onmentand reducesurfacei mpermeabi li ty.

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referenceli st: magesource: I www. shutterstock. com www. dreamsti me. com www. alegri photos. com

textsource: gui deli nesforhi gherdensi tyresi denti aldevelopment, departmentofsustai nabi li tyand envi ronment,

stati sti csource: communi typrofi le, carlton area,http: / / profi le. i d. com. au/ li nki ngmelbourne/ households?EndYear=2006&WebI D=110

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