RESOURCES

BOOK

  • Botsman, Rachel and Rogers, Roo (2010), What’s mine is yours : the rise of collaborative consumption (1st edn.; New York: Harper Business) xxii, 279 p.
  • Bradfield-Moody, James and Nogrady, Bianca (2010), The sixth wave : how to succeed in a resource-limited world (North Sydney, N.S.W.: Vintage Books Australia) vii, 311 p.
  • Corbusier, Le (1927), Towards a new architecture (London: John Rodker) xix, 289 p.
  • Cribb, Julian (2010), The coming famine : the global food crisis and what we can do to avoid it (Berkeley, Calif.: University of California Press) xii, 248 p.
  • Darwin, Charles (1901), On the origin of species by means of natural selection, or, The preservation of favoured races in the struggle for life (London: Ward, Lock & Co.) 389 p., [3] p of plates.
  • Dawkins, Richard (1986), The blind watchmaker (Harlow
  • London: Longman Scientific & Technical ;
  • Penguin) 332 p.
  • Farrelly, E. M. (2007), Blubberland : the dangers of happiness (Sydney: University of New South Wales Press) 219 p.
  • Hays, K. Michael (1998), ‘Architecture theory since 1968’, (Cambridge, Mass: The MIT Press), xv, 807 p.
  • Heinberg, Richard and Lerch, Daniel (2010), ‘The Death of Sprawl’, The post carbon reader : managing the 21st century’s sustainability crises, xxiii, 523 p.
  • Holling, C. S. and Gunderson, Lance H. (2001), Panarchy : understanding transformations in human and natural systems (Washington: Island Press) xxiv, 507 p.
  • Hopkins, Rob (2008), The Transition Handbook (Chelsea Green ).
  • Ingels, Bjarke, BIG Bjarke Ingels Group., and Dansk arkitekturcenter. (2010), Yes is more : an archicomic on architectural evolution (Köln: Evergreen) 397 p.
  • Jacoby, Sam, Lee, Christopher C. M., and Architectural Association. Diploma Unit Six. (2007), Typological formations : renewable building types and the city (London: Architectural Association) 164 p.
  • Koolhaas, Rem, et al. (1998), Small, medium, large, extra-large : Office for Metropolitan Architecture, Rem Koolhaas, and Bruce Mau (2nd edn.; New York, N.Y.: Monacelli Press) xxxi, 1344 p.
  • Kunstler, James Howard (2006), The long emergency : surviving the converging catastrophes of the twenty-first century (London: Atlantic) v, 307 p.
  • Murray, Shane (2008), ‘Re Housing – Introduction’, Re Housing – 24 Housing Projects [Conference proceedings] (Melbourne: RMIT University Press), 7-13.
  • Rossi, Aldo (1982), The Architecture of the City.
  • Shane Murray, Lee-Anne Khor (2011), ‘Renovating the Suburbs’, Architecture Australia, 100 (03), 35-37.
  • Zaera-Polo, Alejandro (2008), ‘The Politics of the Envelope’, Volume, 17 (September), 76-105.

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FILM

See Wikipedia Category: Films about suburbia

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WEBSITE
http://www.52suburbs.com/
http://www.resalliance.org/
http://www.draw.net.au/
Landcom – Residential Density Guide
Landcom – Housing diversity guide
Princeton Envelope Group
Walkscore
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READINGS TYPOLOGIES

T1 DARWIN Charles, Origin of Species

T5 Vidler, Anthony, “The Third Typology” in Architectural Theory since 1968, ed. Michael Hays (MIT Press- Cambridge, Mass., 1998)

T7 Jacoby, S., Lee, C.C.M. & Architectural Association. Diploma Unit Six. 2007, Typological formations – renewable building types and the city, Architectural Association, London

READINGS SUBURBIA

S1 Shane Murray, Lee-Anne Khor (2011), ‘Renovating the Suburbs’, Architecture Australia, 100 (03), 35-37

S2 Death of Sprawl, Heinberg, R. and D. Lerch (2010). The post carbon reader – managing the 21st century’s sustainability crises. Healdsburg, Calif

 

 

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