Future West (Australian Urbanism) is a biannual publication from the faculty that addresses the need for a conscientious debate about architecture, planning, culture, and society across Western Australia and beyond.
It looks towards the future of urbanism, taking Perth and Western Australia as its reference point. Are there clues to be found in the west that can inform better city-making around the world?
The fourth issue of Future West, which was launched in November 2017, investigates buildings, spaces and infrastructure in Western Australia and beyond that support the public domain: the places and the things that we own collectively. It wonders: What and how can we build together? How does the public domain represent the values and goods that we share? And, if the public domain belongs to all of us, what can we do with it?
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Future West is materialised with the support of a generous private donation.