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Clare McAllister

Conference paper

Active frontage controls: architecture, affordances and atmospheres in Forrest Hill, Melbourne

Active frontages are promoted in planning policy as ‘best practice’. While acknowledging the importance of public-private interfaces for street-life vitality, this paper questions the widespread uncritical adoption of ‘active everywhere’ controls.