Can form-based codes be the opportunity to achieve a quality built environment in Aotearoa New Zealand?
Zombori, E.; van Bruggen, B.
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Citation:Zombori, E. & and van Bruggen, B. (2023) Can form-based codes be the opportunity to achieve a quality built environment in Aotearoa New Zealand? Asylum 1 (2023): 23–29. https://doi.org/10.34074/aslm.2023104
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This article suggests that our current land-use planning is routinely failing to make good places where people want to live. The inability of land-use zoning to generate mixed-use neighbourhoods is one reason. Instead of land-use and density calculations, the use of form-based codes might be an opportunity to take a holistic approach to streets, buildings and open spaces when thinking about our future neighbourhoods
Keywords:Aotearoa, New Zealand, land use, mixed-use development, integrated collaboration
ANZSRC Field of Research:330411 Urban design
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