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Lucinda Pike

Conference paper

Space/time mapping of urban transit: isochrones, car-dependency and mode-choice in Melbourne

This paper maps the time/space zones of accessibility from any given location (isochrones) as a means to understand the ways we make choices between modes – a space/time phenomenology of everyday mobility.
Conference paper

Incremental intensification: transit-oriented re-development of small-lot corridors

This paper explores the degree to which small and narrow lots constrain urban intensification through a study of a series of tram corridors in Melbourne.
Conference paper

Urban dimensions of creative clustering: mix/adaptation/networks/ambivalence

Why do creative clusters emerge within some specific urban morphologies and not others? This paper is based on a series of in-depth interviews with cultural producers in a range of fields including included design, new media, visual and performing arts, working in key creative clusters...
Conference paper

Coding for corridors: prospects for tram corridor intensification in Melbourne

This paper reports on a design research project that analyses patterns and types of intensification along 8 Melbourne tram routes and then sought industry and resident feedback on a 3D simulation of the potential effects of adhering to a set of codes on built form...