Making frontages ‘active’ adds interest, life and vitality to This is the space between and within buildings that is publicly accessible, including streets, squares, forecourts, parks and open spaces. More.
- frequent doors and windows, with few blank walls;
- narrow frontage buildings, giving vertical rhythm to the All spaces and features which form the street environment, including buildings, street furniture, fittings and finishes and green infrastructure and open spaces. More;
- Architectural composition in which elements and parts of the building are expressed logically, distinctly, and consistently. More of facades, with projections such as bays and porches incorporated, providing a welcoming feeling; and, on occasion,
- lively internal uses visible from the outside, or spilling onto the street.