Case study: Creating a pedestrian link between city buildings

A new walkway in Melbourne, Australia, improves access and provides a more engaging and flexible form of urban infrastructure, Josephine Smit finds.

by Josephine Smit
The walkway spans 110 metres between the new hotel and the shopping centre (PIC Make Architects/Peter Bennetts)
The walkway spans 110 metres between the new hotel and the shopping centre (PIC Make Architects/Peter Bennetts)

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