Brisbane Becoming UrbanAdd to Lightbox Download
Until recently Brisbane was Australia's most suburban city, a place in which urbanism was kept at bay. Its social history has marked it as a place intolerant of outsiders. But a massive growth in population and intense urban consolidation have changed the city. Brisbane emerging urbanism is situated between its inward-looking past and its development as a postmodern city tolerant to difference. But its recently acquired ethnic diversity gives rise to conflicts and tensions. .A young woman is drinking water at a crossing near St George street.
- Susetta Bozzi
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