In growing cities, where we need to squeeze the most out of every parcel of land, where do we find the space for new outdoor recreational areas?
These miniature-sized parks could help insert more public recreational spaces into our cities.
They might be seen as noxious, but it turns out there is an unappreciated side to weeds.
With parks and other green spaces often at a premium on the ground, could we look to the skies for the answer?
The time is ripe for bringing food production back into urban life through our use of public space.
These unsanctioned footpaths defy design, but is that necessarily a bad thing?
The ability to work, live and play all within 20 minutes' reach is the new gold standard for urban planning.
As public space becomes premium in our cities, could boutique sidewalk activations known as parklets be the solution?
What started as a form of gardening activism, planted the seeds for a blossoming community movement, centred on inclusivity, sustainability and participation.
Celebrated landscape architect, artist and designer Professor Walter Hood explores how public space can embrace the past, present and future, in the next instalment of UNSW Built Environment's UTZON Lecture Series.