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Future Housing: Global issues and regional problems

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Date: 9–10 June, 2016
Venue: Hawthorn Campus

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External shot of brick housing. Image courtesy of Tom Alves.

Future housing: global issues and regional problems is part of a global programme, Housing-Critical Futures. This two-day conference is centred on housing in the Asia Pacific region. It brings academics and professionals from several countries and disciplines together on a major issue internationally and regionally.

Future Housing is hosted by the Department of Interior Architecture and Industrial Design, the Centre for Design Innovation, and Architecture Media Politics Society (UK).

This conference will be of interest to students, academics and practitioners involved in the shaping of the constructed environment.

Keynote speakers

Keynotes include Professor Esther Charlesworth, Founding Director of Architects without Frontiers (Australia) and Dr. Tom Alves, award winning architect and researcher on housing and community, Office of the Victorian Government Architect.


  • Delegates: $375
  • Students (non presenting): $80

Registrations close COB Tuesday, 7 June 2016

For further details see the conference listing on Architecture MPS.