The Comfort Pursuit

Four seasons in one day: creating a liveable city through microclimate design

Cashel Mall with research weather station on the foreground
Cashel Mall with research weather station on the foreground

This article (without the images) was originally published at the Lincoln University news website.

Comfortable, pleasant and lively city streets attract people, and people mean better business. If the rebuilt Central City is to attract people, then architects and urban designers must consider how to make the streets and spaces not only ‘pedestrian-friendly’ but also ‘microclimate-friendly’.  Read more…