Dunedin Tertiary Streets

Shared Vision Designed to Enhance Dunedin’s Tertiary Precinct

Dunedin Tertiary Streets
Dunedin Tertiary Streets
Dunedin Tertiary Streets
Dunedin Tertiary Streets

Project Credits

Client

Dunedin City Council

Date Completed

2014

Sector

Learning Environments

Awards
Project Lead

Stuart Mackie

Design Team
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A collaboration with Dunedin City Council and the city’s tertiary education providers saw Chow:Hill envision a rejuvenated student community precinct.

Dunedin’s reputation for providing a unique student experience has been enhanced with the design of the city’s tertiary landscape. The Dunedin Tertiary Streets project, a partnership between Dunedin City Council, University of Otago and Otago Polytechnic, and Flow Transportation Specialists, aimed to revitalise the city’s tertiary precinct area.

The design needed to build community capacity and identity, improve the quality and provision of open space, and enhance the streetscape for public use, as well as accommodate vehicular traffic.

Chow:Hill’s proposed strategy and improvement options were developed around a shared understanding that tertiary environments are distinctive entities within urban environments. The design creates spaces that encourage student engagement, social interaction, expression and exchange.

Dunedin Tertiary Streets

Project Overview

Client

Dunedin City Council

Status

2014

A collaboration with Dunedin City Council and the city’s tertiary education providers saw Chow:Hill envision a rejuvenated student community precinct.

Dunedin’s reputation for providing a unique student experience has been enhanced with the design of the city’s tertiary landscape. The Dunedin Tertiary Streets project, a partnership between Dunedin City Council, University of Otago and Otago Polytechnic, and Flow Transportation Specialists, aimed to revitalise the city’s tertiary precinct area.

The design needed to build community capacity and identity, improve the quality and provision of open space, and enhance the streetscape for public use, as well as accommodate vehicular traffic.

Chow:Hill’s proposed strategy and improvement options were developed around a shared understanding that tertiary environments are distinctive entities within urban environments. The design creates spaces that encourage student engagement, social interaction, expression and exchange.

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Dunedin Tertiary Streets

Project Credits

Client

Dunedin Tertiary Streets

Status

In Progress

Project Type

Learning Environments

Awards

 

Project Lead

Stuart Mackie

Design Team
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