Influence of sustainable streetscape to augment social interaction in the low-density suburbs of regional Victoria

Rashida, Nishat and Shuchi, Sarah 2020, Influence of sustainable streetscape to augment social interaction in the low-density suburbs of regional Victoria, in ANZScA 2020 : Proceedings of the International Conference of Architectural Science Association, ANZScA, [Auckland, N.Z.], pp. 620-629.

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Title Influence of sustainable streetscape to augment social interaction in the low-density suburbs of regional Victoria
Author(s) Rashida, Nishat
Shuchi, SarahORCID iD for Shuchi, Sarah orcid.org/0000-0002-9647-0634
Conference name Architectural Science Association. Conference (2020 : Auckland, New Zealand)
Conference location Auckland, New Zealand
Conference dates 26-27 Nov. 2020
Title of proceedings ANZScA 2020 : Proceedings of the International Conference of Architectural Science Association
Publication date 2020
Start page 620
End page 629
Total pages 10
Publisher ANZScA
Place of publication [Auckland, N.Z.]
Keyword(s) Low-density suburbs
social interaction
streetscape features
sustainable streetscape
Summary Streetscape design plays a dynamic role in connecting communities and assists in significant development in the social aspect of a community. The available literature on the topic only comprises several fragmented attempts of combining streetscape features and their influence on social interaction. However, the best approaches for improving social communication and factors of sustainable streetscape design have always remained under-researched. This paper aims to underline the importance of social interaction in streetscape design, explicitly highlighting the sustainable aspects of streetscape design that have maximum influence on enhancing social interaction in low-density suburbs. A systematic literature review was conducted as part of the current study to identify the underlying relationship between social interaction and sustainable streetscape designs. It was observed that only 35% of the relevant articles discussed social interaction in the streetscape. Our study reveals that the design principles for sustainable social interaction in the streetscape focus on the following three broad aspects –liveability, sustainability, and inclusiveness. The study proposes a checklist support in developing sustainable design solutions to enhance social interaction in low-density suburbs. Finally, the proposed list of design principles was applied to Norlane, a low-density suburb in the City of Greater Geelong, as a case study.
ISBN 9780992383572
ISSN 2209-3850
Language eng
Indigenous content off
HERDC Research category E1 Full written paper - refereed
Persistent URL http://hdl.handle.net/10536/DRO/DU:30150102

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