A Forum About New Trajectories in Residential Architecture.
Geoffrey London is Professor of Architecture at the University of Western Australia and a Professorial Fellow at the University of Melbourne. He previously held the positions of Victorian Government Architect (2008–14) and Western Australian Government Architect (2004–08). London has been involved in advising those state governments on a wide range of projects, from the scale of individual houses to the complexity of major new tertiary hospitals. He has advised on issues that include design quality, project procurement, heritage, masterplanning, sustainability and development strategies.
London maintains a role as a consultant on urban design, architecture, design review and architectural competitions. He is an active researcher in the Cooperative Research Centre for Water Sensitive Cities and has a long-term professional and research interest in medium-density housing and forms of delivery that provide more affordability and better design.