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New encyclopedia entry on smart densification, co-authored by UQ|UP team

Smart densification is a metric that holistically integrates the quantitative (percentage/unit-to-area-ratios) and qualitative (context, perception, user experience) dimensions. The definition extends beyond the numerical relationship between physical space and the occupants who use that space. It incorporates the qualitative aspects of context, user perception, and experience to determine the appropriate configuration and scope of density for planning practice.

Title: Smart Densification

Authors: Mubeen Ahmad, Sebastien Darchen, Sara Alidoust, Neil Sipe

Read the full entry in The Palgrave Encyclopedia of Urban and Regional Futures: