Research on temporary and tactical urbanism

Do you know of any examples of temporary or tactical urbanism projects in Australia? These open space projects occupy previously-underused sites, involve rapid temporary physical transformations, and test innovative design, development and management approaches.

Researchers Quentin Stevens (RMIT) and Kim Dovey (University of Melbourne) are seeking information about such projects from professionals in urban planning and design, architecture, landscape, civil engineering, placemaking, local government, and property management.

Participation should only take 15 minutes. Your input will help inform future design, planning and community engagement approaches for Australia’s urban spaces.

Go to the survey.