AMENITY: Daniel Aisenson (left) and Geoff Warn are aiming to bring the lessons from other major cities to high-density projects in Perth. Photo: Attila Csaszar

Rethink needed on high-density design

One of the state’s top architects says the collective approach to higher-density living in Perth needs to change.


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Higher density residential buildings, where suitable, need to multiuse with ground floor retail with restaurants and cafes. The next 4-6 floors need to be commercial with the residual residential. Also suitable amount of GREEN space needs to be allocated around these buildings.

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