REALMstudios was engaged by the Cooperative Research Center for Water Sensitive Cities as part of West Australian Workshop. The purpose was to assist Water Corporation scope innovative land uses and resource opportunities for the Subiaco Waste Water Treatment Plant and lands within the associated odour buffer.
The workshop brought together specialist experts and stakeholders from various authorities, local governments as well as land owners.
REALMstudios actively participated in the workshop and provided follow-up graphics to capture how the Subiaco ‘Resource Precinct’ can help Perth become more “water sensitive”, “low carbon” and create an enhanced landscape of uses and functionality.
The vision captures a unique opportunity that is specific to the location and landscape. It demonstrates how an innovated approach and application of technology would bring about a totally new landscape and economic agenda. Looking at a ‘What If’ scenario, a significantly higher percentage of waste water was recycled for use within the precinct. Synchronicities between applicable and complimentary land uses within the Waste Water Treatment Odour Buffer are explored and maximised.
Client: CRC for Water Sensitive Cities
Green Infrastructure Diagram.