Remember the architecture students who came through Alice in July on their coast-to-coast cycling trip across the country? Well, they made it. OWEN KELLY and BOBBIE BAYLEY give us an overview of the lessons learned on this odyssey.
The town’s many “hard edges” act against people coming together informally in its public spaces, leaving “very few eyes or ears on the street for surveillance and security”. This was among the observations made by cycling architects Bobbie Bayley and Owen Kelly at their end of the Alice stop. KIERAN FINNANE reports.
How does place influenced the way Australians live? This is the focus of a year-long, east-west traversal of the country, by Bobbie Bayley and Owen Kelly, travelling on bicycles. After setting out in February, they've just arrived in Alice Springs. KIERAN FINNANE reports.