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Future Housing Conferences

Dates June 09-10th. 2016

Future Housing: Global Cities and Regional Problems

Forming part of a global programme, Housing-Critical Futures, this conference focuses on housing in the growing global cities of the Asia Pacific Region. It focuses on the issues of ‘house’, ‘home’ and ‘dwelling’ in this context including:

  • Social justice
  • Increased population density in cities
  • Ageing populations
  • Investigations addressing housing affordability
  • Finding appropriate responses to disaster situations
  • The complex issues surrounding reconstruction and rebuilding.


This conference will bring together academics, and professionals from several countries and disciplines to network, discuss and debate how future housing can be designed and planned to address these issues.

Registration Deadline: 30 May 2016 (GMT +10).

To guarantee a place, please register by May 5 Registration link

Location: AMDC Building Level 3, Swinburne University of Technology, Hawthorn Campus, Melbourne, Australia

Dates: 9-10 June 2016

Conference series information:  Architecture Media Politics Society


Publications include  Special Issues of the journal Architecture_MPS; the Housing-Critical Futures book series with UCL Press; online conference proceedings; the Housing the Futures Book series with Libri Publishing.

Keynotes include  Prof. Esther Charlesworth. Founding Director of Architects without Frontiers (Australia), Dr Tom Alves (Office of the Victorian Government Architect)



Dr. Kirsten Day

Faculty of Health, Arts and Design School of DesignDepartment of Interior Architecture and Industrial Design B.Arch Hons (RMIT), Doctor of...

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Dr. Tom Alves

Tom Alves is a researcher of urban housing systems and an advocate for how we can better influence these systems to get the outcomes we want. His...

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Professor Esther Charlesworth

Professor Esther Charlesworth is the founding Director of Architects without Frontiers (AWF) and an Associate Professor in the School...

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Architecture MPS

Architecture_media_politics_society (AMPS C.I.O.) is a non-profit research organisation. It operates in partnerships with universities and...

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