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The Inside-Out Shopping Center of the Future

Limited local resources have authorities struggling to provide libraries, markets, community centers and local shops that serve as the glue that binds communities together.

Only a handful of neighborhood centers in Australia have the capacity to play the social infrastructure role expected of them today — to evolve into the community lounge room, dining room and backyard.

The recognition that the retail centers of tomorrow are taking on the role of suburban town squares necessitates a new design approach, moving away from a model of isolation to a model of connection.

Read the full article in property observer