High-rise Housing and Sustainable Development: Are we doing it right?
The modern metropolitan cities of the world are a classic example of living systems. Like any other living system, these cities have life pouring through their veins in the form of road networks and other infrastructure systems.
An international housing exhibition for Melbourne
The Melbourne Housing Expo is part of a century old tradition of international building exhibitions that explore ideas about living, dwelling and building in cities and regions. It aims to affect lasting transformation of the everyday practices of housing provision through experiment and public engagement.
Teaching for design of ethical communities
Thrive is a transdisciplinary research hub. Our vision is that it must be possible to have a sustainable, thriving built environment for people and ecosystems. The hub uses applied industry-relevant research to create visible outcomes in the world.
Neoliberal production of housing inequality
Globally entrapped in the “modern religion of development”, cities manifest a wide spectrum of housing issues reflecting their respective economic development stages and socio-cultural specificities.
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