AUDRC produces practical and analytical research based upon solid theoretical frameworks and rigorous assessment of current literature and practices, in areas such as: Public space participation, design technologies, open spaces, density, housing, and ecological drivers of design.
Bolleter, J., Duckworth-Smith, A et al. 2018. Innovative tools for Community Engagement, Communication & Collaborative Design. AUDRC/Department of Planning, Lands & Heritage.
Bolleter, J., Melsom, C., Myers, Z., et al. 2018. Overcoming the barriers to medium density infill development. Perth: Department of Planning, Lands and Heritage, Landcorp, Department of Communities.
AUDRC. 2018. Investigation into Urban Living in age-appropriate communities. AUDRC/ Department of Communities.
SELECTED RECENT RESEARCH
Duckworth-Smith, A. 2017. Delivering Transit Oriented Development: Aligning urban street design to high quality place outcomes. Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority MRA. Perth WA: AUDRC.
Duckworth-Smith, A. 2017. People in Public Places II: Urban design tactics for adapting obsolete urban land. AUDRC / LandCorp.
Bolleter, J. 2016. Living Suburbs for Living Streams: How urban design strategies can enhance the amenity provided by Living Stream orientated Public Open Space. Perth: Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority.
Bolleter, J. 2016. Knutsford: Conceptual frameworks for urban infill developments. Perth: Landcorp.
Water Innovation Advisory Group. 2016. Water Innovation: Advisory Group Report. Perth: Department of Water.
Bolleter, J. 2016. Why Wi-Fi? Evaluating Wi-Fi monitoring data for use in public life surveys. Perth: Metropolitan Redevelopment Authority.
Bolleter, J., Duckworth-Smith, A., et al. 2016. Excursions in density: Case studies for densifying Perth. Perth: Australian Urban Design Research Centre.
Duckworth-Smith, A. 2016. People in Public Places: Urban design tactics to facilitate social participation in public realm. AUDRC / Metropolitan Redevelopment Agency (MRA) publication.
AUDRC. 2014. Fremantle Housing Diversity: Report on a proposed amendment to LPS4 to stimulate housing diversity.
Property Council of Australia, Greens (WA), AUDRC. 2013. Transforming Perth: regenerating transport corridors as a network of high street precincts. Perth.