Tag: Housing affordability in focus
Geoffrey London speaks to Jennie Officer about Baugruppen at WGV, discussing the potential of the Baugruppen process to adapt to the Australian context.
Could tiny land sizes be a solution to housing density and affordability woes? One Gold Coast development could prove to be a case study.
Emblematic of a generational shift in thinking about housing, this development of three apartments by David Barr Architects is an example of affordability by design.
A cooperative housing development designed by Spaceagency Architects proposes “stacked homes with no common walls.”
The federal government’s “comprehensive plan to address housing affordability” has been cautiously welcomed by some and left others unconvinced.
Andrea Sharam looks at the “deliberative” development model and the financial barriers that can prevent it from flourishing, sharing architect-designed Australian examples spanning three decades.
The pressure on housing in Australia’s cities shows no sign of easing. Could we soon see a mass ‘flight’ from our biggest cities to secondary cities?
Ahead of the 2017 federal budget, which is expected to contain measure to improve housing affordability, ArchitectureAU looks beyond the fiscal policy debates and asks what can architects do?
Two projects in Western Australia could see the German Baugruppen model of cooperative housing introduced in the state.