Wednesday 18 May – Friday 12 August 2022
Tickets: $90 per session
This session includes one hour of presentations and an hour-long panel discussion, and attracts 2 formal CPD points. Tickets are available until 5 August 2022.
Season One sessions are available to view on demand in the Design Speaks Virtual Portal until 12 August 2022.
If you have already registered, attended and received CPD points for this session in its initial release you are ineligible to claim the CPD points again. If you didn’t get the chance to view this the first time round, email us at email@example.com to arrange access.
This session was originally presented as part of The Architecture Symposium: Housing Futures (2020).
The Architecture Symposium: Housing Futures presents a curated selection of contemporary Australian architects whose projects respond creatively to the spectrum of housing challenges and opportunities. We have, as a profession, an opportunity to step confidently from turbulent times into a future where we take the lead on the transformation of the urban, suburban and regional residential environment. The Architecture Symposium will highlight projects that are already doing so, opening directions for the profession and stimulating new ways of living. Financing, procurement models, housing typologies, sustainability and cost-effective strategies will be considered, all delivered to a benchmark of exceptional architectural quality. The presentations will provide a concise survey of current projects, viewed through four lenses: alternative housing models, the integration of social agendas, emerging directions in market-based housing and compact housing.
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Alternative Housing Models
In a context of necessarily increasing density, alternative housing models serve to introduce flexibility and diversity into the multiresidential sector, exemplified by collaborative development models such as Nightingale and Baugruppen, and by emerging build-to-rent schemes. In this session we will explore these new models and the architectural strategies that accompany them, while considering their current status and how they are likely to evolve.
Clare Cousins, Clare Cousins Architects (Nightingale Village, Vic)
Adam Haddow, SJB (Illawarra Road Co-Housing, NSW)
Chris Gilbert, Archier and Liam Wallis, Hip V. Hype (Davison Collaborative, Vic)
Huw Turner and Penny Collins, Collins and Turner (Habilis, NSW)
Presentations are followed by a panel discussion chaired by curators Andrew Burns, Andrew Burns Architecture, and Hannah Tribe, Tribe Studio Architects.
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Director, Clare Cousins Architects
Clare Cousins established her Melbourne practice, Clare Cousins Architects, in 2005. Engaging in projects large and small, the studio has a particular interest in housing and projects that nurture community.
Maintaining a balanced professional profile, Clare is actively involved in the broader design community. She is a life fellow of the Australian Institute of Architects and a past national president.
Adam Haddow is a Sydney-based architect and director at SJB. He is interested in what makes cities vibrant, connected, and civic and has built expertise in urban density, multiresidential design, and the intersection of public and private space.
Adam’s design achievements have been recognized with numerous awards including the Australian Institute of Architects' National and New South Wales Chapter Architecture Awards, the Urban Taskforce Awards, and the UDIA NSW Awards for Excellence. He is a Churchill Fellow who investigated alternatives to conventional models of urban design, resulting in a research project entitled “Shall We Dense,” an examination into the state of modern density living in Australia that led to successful collaborations within the professional and architectural realms.
Design Director, Archier
Chris is a founding director of Archier, an architectural practice with studios in Hobart and Melbourne. His work encompasses residential, commercial and government architecture; public and private landscape projects; as well as the design and manufacture of furniture, lighting and fabrication.
Archier's directors have over 25 years of combined experience and were drawn together to create an inclusive practice that is truly outcome orientated. The practice has won awards across a range of disciplines connected to the built environment that recognize Archier's design excellence and innovation, along with a commitment to sustainable buildings and the environment. Archier's innovative designs are focused on material honesty, thermal performance and constructability, as we strive for affordable and responsive architecture that contributes to the public domain.
Founder and Managing Director, Hip V. Hype
Founder of Hip V. Hype and managing director of Hip V. Hype projects, Liam Wallis is a creative entrepreneur who believes in the power of design thinking to resolve intuitive solutions to project delivery and value creation. He is passionate about cities and is driven by a desire to achieve better outcomes. Since establishing Hip V. Hype in 2002, Liam has refined a design led approach to business that seeks to shape and enhance the social, environmental and economic fabric of our cities through informed, responsive and collaborative design and development solutions.
Principal, Collins and Turner
Born and raised in Wales, Huw studied architecture at London South Bank University. Huw worked at the offices of Eva Jiricna and Richard Rogers Partnership, before joining Foster and Partners, where he became an associate of the practice in 1996. Huw was involved in a wide range of projects at diverse scales, including the Commerzbank Headquarters in Frankfurt, the Electronic Arts campus in London, and the Reichstag parliament building in Berlin.
Principal, Collins and Turner
Penny was raised and educated in Sydney and graduated with honours from the University of Sydney School of Architecture. She began her career at the Government Architect's Office in Sydney, working on health, museum, and urban design projects. From 1990 to 2000 Penny worked in London and Germany for Grimshaw Architects and the Richard Rogers Partnership, followed by a seven year stint at Foster and Partners.
Returning to Sydney in 2000 and she formed Collins and Turner together with Huw Turner, a colleague from Foster and Partners. Penny is closely involved in the practice's award winning designs.
Principal, Tribe Studio Architects
Hannah Tribe is the principal of Tribe Studio Architects, a practice recognized for design excellence in its built and conceptual work in residential and urban design, education, installation and interiors. Tribe Studio Architects currently has a team of 15 architects working on projects in Australia and internationally.
Hannah has taught at the University of Sydney, the University of Technology Sydney and the University of New South Wales. She has tutored in design and lectured in both design and design communications. She is has sat on the New South Wales Chapter Council of the Australian Institute of Architects. She has been an invited juror on awards panels, including the Australian Institute of Architects Awards, the IDEA Awards and the 2020 Houses Awards.
Principal, Andrew Burns Architecture
Andrew Burns graduated from the University of Sydney in 2004, establishing his practice Andrew Burns Architecture in late 2007. The practice’s approach seeks to combine social engagement with design excellence, and is characterized by precise geometry and material exploration.
Undertaking projects Australia-wide, the practice has broadened from a base of small cultural and domestic commissions to undertake multiresidential, public, educational and hospitality projects, often in landscape-based settings.
Andrew is currently completing a design-based PhD at Monash University, exploring the potential of systematic concept generation.