We are pleased to announce Mr Jeremy McLeod, Director, Breathe Architecture as a Keynote Speaker at The 9th Making Cities Liveable Conference; Generating a mood for change to be held at the Pullman Melbourne on the Park 27-28 June 2016.
Mr Jeremy McLeod will be speaking on: ‘Architect led multi-residential housing which considers at its core; social health, economic resilience and environmental sustainability’.
Quality and well-designed housing is critical to securing individual and collective well-being, economic progress and ultimately social prosperity in urban environments.
Nightingale seeks to create a world in which housing in contemporary urban environments is built to support wellbeing, community and liveability.
Jeremy is the founding Director of Breathe Architecture, a team of dedicated Architects that have built a reputation for delivering high quality design and sustainable Architecture for all scale projects.
Breathe Architecture has been focussing on sustainable urbanisation and in particular have been investigating how to deliver more affordable urban housing to Melbournians.
Breathe were the instigators of The Commons housing project in Brunswick and now are collaborating with other Melbourne Architects to deliver the Nightingale Model. Nightingale is intended to be an open source housing model led by Architects.
Jeremy believes that architects, through collaboration, can drive real positive change in this city we call home.
As a recent recipient of the 2016 AAAA Leadership in Sustainability Prize, Jeremy’s ‘exceptional contributions to sustainability through innovative holistic built projects and powerful public advocacy with a particular focus on social and economic factors’ was noticed. Breathe Architecture are renowned for their multi-residential projects: The Commons, QV8 and Nightingale.
The 9th Making Cities Liveable Conference; Generating a mood for change will be held at the Pullman Melbourne on the Park from the 27-28 June 2016.
The Making Cities Liveable Conference supports improving the quality of life in our capitals and major regional cities, focusing on healthy, sustainable, resilient and liveable cities and will provide a platform to discuss, collaborate and learn. To view the Conference Program CLICK HERE.
To register your attendance at the conference CLICK HERE.