If you’re considering sub-division, building or you just love beautiful design, this event is for you.
In-fill and medium density development are essential to ensuring a sustainable future for our city. However, many people fear what this means for the character and identity of their suburbs – and with good reason, given the poor quality of much development. How do we do a better job?
Architect Kate FitzGerald, through her practice Whispering Smith and development company New Resident, is showing the way. Her projects House A and B are prototypes for a different kind of in-fill, throwing out the cookie-cutter in favour of sustainable design that can house all kinds of people.
Join us in conversation as Kate shares her work and explains how the way we sub-divide and build can enrich life in our suburbs.
When: Thursday 17 June
Where: Sometimes Gallery, 6 King William Street, South Fremantle, WA, 6162
Time: 6pm – 8pm
Tickets: $25 + booking fee – includes drinks and nibbles
Thank you to our generous event sponsors Old Bridge Cellars
DesignFreo’s Principal Sponsor is ICS Australia.
House A by Whispering Smith / Image: Ben Hoskings