Rahajeng Sekar Putri, who is studying a 'Master of Urbanism - Urban Design Specialisation' at the University of Sydney has made an observational video called 'Glebe Point Rd - Street Without Strangers'.
Rahajeng says: "Streets, like any other places, have the ability to make one’s feeling change in certain ways. Glebe Point Road may be the proof that the residential can meet the commercial while keeping the street environment’s safe and alive. During my observation, I found that pedestrian plays a significant part of the street. That’s where people get to experience the street at any scale. Successful urban design should also consider psychological aspects that stimulate people’s mind. Whether it makes strangers to feel belong or the local residents to feel alienated."Streets, like any other places, have the ability to make one’s feeling change in certain way. Glebe Point Road may be the proof that residential can meet com... ... See MoreSee Less
Listen to a fascinating talk about the history of eating in Glebe.John Newton, journalist and restaurant reviewer, was The Glebe Society’s guest speaker at a dinner at The Glebe Point Diner on 16th March 2010. He gave all t... ... See MoreSee Less
Learn how to save money and the planet simply by sharing.Join us at the workshop to learn about the new Sydney Sharing Map an online resource that helps you find great sharing initiatives like tool libraries and community gardens in your neighbourhood. In the workshop you’ll learn how you can make...