Edited by: Martyn Hook, Richard Black
Publisher: RMIT University Press, 2006
This book includes design investigations and research on the implications for towns on the Murray River of managed environmental flooding of the Murray Darling River system, with Wentworth as a primary case study.
This book features essays and project-based research along with RMIT Architecture projects originally exhibited at the Mobility: 1st International Architecture Biennale, Rotterdam, Netherlands, 2003.
Accompanying essays by Dr Paul Sinclair, Martyn Hook and Richard Black discuss the historical, social, ecological and architectural implications of living on floodplains through concepts of uncertainty, mobility and change.