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Affordable Housing

Fairley Batch on building less and giving more with Breathe

Fairley Batch on building less and giving more with Breathe

We talk with Fairley Batch on how Breathe is leading the way in sustainable multi-residential design and innovating to reshape ideas of development in Australia.

How Bent Architecture is honing affordable housing – without skimping on quality

How Bent Architecture is honing affordable housing – without skimping on quality

Ensuring that affordable housing is environmentally sustainable, socially conscious and beautifully designed is integral to Melbourne-based practice, Bent Architecture.

Could micro apartments be the future of affordable housing?

Could micro apartments be the future of affordable housing?

Plus Architecture’s Danny Juric questions the validity of ‘build-to-rent’ as an affordable housing solution, looking instead towards possibilities such as micro apartments.

Big things happening in tiny places

Big things happening in tiny places

The tiny home movement in Geelong has received an extra push from a collaboration between Deaking University, Geelong company Formflow and Samaritan House that aims to achieve greater affordability for homeowners and people in need of transitional housing.

Fight for affordable housing

Fight for affordable housing

Are we being priced out of our own housing market? Is renting-for-life really so bad? A growing frontline of architects and developers are addressing the challenge with progressive housing models that offer new avenues for entering the housing market.

Sydney Architecture Festival: <em>Making. Housing. Affordable.</em>

Sydney Architecture Festival: Making. Housing. Affordable.

The Sydney Architecture Festival 2019 unveils a series of events that looks at the role and value of architecture and its innate response to the human need for shelter. For one whole week, the city of Sydney turns into a sphere of exploration and research, investigating the rise in urban density and the inimitable housing crisis.