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Remaking our suburbs' 1960s apartment blocks: a subtle and greener way to increase housing density

By Guillermo Fernández-Abascal, Academic Fellow in Architectural Practice, University of Sydney
Urtzi Grau, Senior Lecturer, Director of The Master of Architecture, University of Technology Sydney
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Ageing brick apartment buildings of two to three storeys are being redeveloped in many suburbs. Typically, they are knocked down to be replaced by much bigger developments. But here’s an alternative.The Conversation

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