The demand for values-led, people-oriented and sustainable developments is arguably the most significant shift across architecture, property and design right now.
Population growth and densification has reshaped Australia’s cities, in particular inner and middle suburbs, with more people looking towards medium-density housing.
The maturation of the market goes hand in hand with the creation of more educated buyers looking to be a part of these kinds of developments.
To discuss this trend in more detail, Communications Collective brought together a panel featuring industry trailblazers to look at how this shift should be defined, the business model for developing these types of properties and what the future holds for Australia’s multi-residential apartment market.
The special panel featured ethical developers Dave Martin from Small Giants Developments and Sophie Whittakers from Lucent Capital, as well as Property Collectives founder Tim Riley, architect Katherine Sundermann, Hoyne principal Andrew Hoyne and Communications Collective director Genevieve Brannigan. nike air max bw nike air max bw