Concepts for sustainable urban community / Juris Greste and Gordon Holden
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- Greste, Juris
- [Brisbane] : Queensland University of Technology, School of Architecture, Interior and Industrial Design, 1993
- 81 p. : ill., plans ; 30 cm.
- "A project of urban renewal at West End, South Brisbane, Qld. by students of 6th year Bachelor of Architecture, Faculty of Built Environment and Engineering, Queensland University of Technology"
- Bibliography: p. 51-52.
- Community development, Urban
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