The Introduction explains the Adelaide Design Manual and sets the direction and standards for high quality, durable, flexible and sustainably designed public spaces.
The Street Types Section defines the major streets by their function, use and movement, reinforcing the unique character and scale of each street and creating a long-term vision for the city.
The Street Design Section provides a range of technical and strategic approaches for creating great streets that are integrated and sustainable, supporting and encouraging city life.
The Furniture and Materials Section contains guidance on the elements used in the City of Adelaide’s streets for a consistent, complementary and high-quality approach to selection and placement.
The Greening Section provides the technical and strategic guidance for increasing trees and plantings in the city in a sustainable way, contributing to environmental and lifestyle benefits.
The Building Frontages Section explains how private buildings that face public spaces can contribute to a rich and diverse city experience through detailing and thoughtful design.
The Lighting Section provides approaches to designing lighting that complements the city environment, improves safety and amenity, promotes sustainability, and builds on the city’s lifestyle and character.