3 Mar 2013

Ideas for 3 March 2013

From Ideas, 10:06 am on 3 March 2013

Arguments for intensifying the density of housing tend to fall into two categories: affordability and putting a halt to urban sprawl. Ideas talks to two architects who advocate higher density housing not just for those reasons but because they believe, if done right, it will result in more livable houses and communities. Discussions with Robert Dalziel, the co-author of A House in the City: Home Truths in Urban Architecture, and Ian Athfield, one of New Zealand's most celebrated architects.