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The fluid space is here represented by the Melbourne Docklands Waterfront, which focused on the transformation of this industrial space into “fun-space”; the waterfront constructions, perhaps the most commodified spaces in any modern city. The Dockland case is also an example of a fixed, limited place with a clear identity that becomes something else through the re-facing of the city to the water (Dovey, 2005:2). More interesting, however, is fluid space understood as non-regulated space, freezones, liminal space, and border-zones.
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