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RP3017: Adelaide Living Laboratory Hub

Project leader name: 
Professor Wasim Saman and Dr Kathryn Davidson
Project status: 
Current
Project period: 
04/2014 to 04/2018

The project involves the establishment of the Adelaide Living Laboratory to deliver the research agenda across the three living laboratory locations (Tonsley, Bowden and Lochiel Park) in Adelaide through a co-creation methodology. This is consistent with the requirements and intent of the CRCLCL living laboratory program. As such, the emphasis is on engaging the diverse communities of the three sites and developing low carbon solutions with demonstrated outcomes for a diverse range of infrastructure and users.

It will provide an opportunity to fully integrate the research program and projects across programs one, two and three in one location (Adelaide). 

The project is an action research project that will inform communities and the building, construction and development industries. It will provide an evidence base that can then be rolled out nationally to enable significant reduction of carbon emissions of the building and construction development sector and urban communities 

Publications related to this project

CRCLCL Project Posters
Student Poster – Participants Annual Forum 2017 - Catherine Kain VALUE PROPOSITION OF LOW CARBON SUSTAINABLE HOUSING DEVELOPMENT: A PROPERTY DEVELOPER’S PERSPECTIVE
CRCLCL Project Posters
Student Poster – Participants Annual Forum 2017 - Aaron Davis ADELAIDE LIVING LABORATORY: CO-CREATION METHODOLOGY
CRCLCL Project Posters
Student poster - Participants Annual Forum 2016 - Catherine Kain Value proposition of low carbon sustainable development
CRCLCL Project Posters
Student poster - Participants Annual Forum 2016 - Aaron Davis Adelaide living laboratory: Co-creation methodology
CRCLCL Project Reports

This report systematically presents a framework for which benefits and costs of a low carbon housing policy are perceived by the State Government investor. 

CRCLCL Project Reports

This report explores and quantifies the value proposition from the perspective of the owner occupier of a low carbon impact residential building.

CRCLCL Project Posters

Student poster - Participants Annual Forum 2015 - Aaron Davis

Adelaide Living Laboratory: Co-creation methodology

CRCLCL Project Posters

Student poster - Participants Annual Forum 2015 - Catherine Kain

Value proposition of low carbon transit oriented developments

 

CRCLCL Project Reports

This first report provides the initial literature review for the low carbon living value proposition exercise.

CRCLCL Project Posters

Research Snapshot A3 size poster from Participants Annual Forum 2014