The Big Idea in Realising Housing Diversity
How can a big collaboration between economists, architects, businesses and community create better housing solutions for South Australia? All it takes is some collaborative big thinking, argues Shelter SA. Together with architect, innovator and policy researcher, Indy Johar, this panel will show how citizens can get involved and lead the way to building our future cities.
Indy Johar is a Graham Willis Professor. Over the course of the last 15 years he has co-founded and established a RIBA London Building of Year award winning Architectural Practice - Architecture 00, as well as multiple socia...
Adrian Pisarski, is the Executive Officer of National Shelter. Adrian has a 35-year history in the community sector including roles with housing, housing policy, advocacy, homelessness and youth peak bodies...
Along with his senior role with Baillieu Holst Ltd, the national stockbroking and financial advisory firm, Darryl is also a Visiting Fellow with the University of Adelaide’s South Australian Centre...
HASSELL is a leading international design practice with studios in Australia, China, South East Asia and the United Kingdom with architects, interior designers, landscape architects, urban designers, planners and specialist...
Ellen is one of SGS’ leading housing experts and the lead researcher behind the National Rental Affordability Index. She is a regular media commentator on topics such as housing affordability,...
Emma de Jager
Emma is a Registered Planner with over 15 years’ experience acquired working across several States and Territories.
With a strong reputation for driving project and practice direction, Jessica manages strategic relationships and successfully capitalises on opportunities to support best project outcomes and ensure business objectives are m...
Tim Horton is an architect, nationally recognised as an adviser and agitator for smart policy that enables good design. He has worked in nationally and internationally in both the private...
Dr Alice Clark
Alice commenced at Shelter SA, the peak body for housing, in 2011 with a wide range of skills she is well-suited to policy and advocacy work.
Erin Turner leads CHOICE’s campaigns team which fights to keep industry and government accountable and achieve real change for Australian consumers.
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