We celebrated Assemble Papers Issue #12 at MPavilion. This issue explores our (Future) Legacies: from Glen Murcutt’s sustainable architecture to German housing co-operatives, and from the world’s most beautiful playgrounds to Australia’s last cassette tape-maker.More
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Abbie Freestone, our Head of Community will be discussing the Assemble Model with Small Giants Developments and Sociable Weaver at MPavilion. The panel themed, ‘Reimagining the Philosophy of Developments’, will be exploring a future where developments are facilitators of vibrant, nurturing, accessible communities.More
What can we do about the climate crisis? What is ‘smart’ about ‘smart cities’? How do we build housing both affordable and beautiful? And what is the legacy we are leaving to the future generations? Following the release of Assemble Papers’s latest print edition (#12: (Future) Legacies – available all summer long at MPavilion), we hosted a series of discussions exploring the intersection of design, action and community.More
Robyn Lukstin, Development Manager at Assemble discussed the Assemble Model at the 2019 Planning Institute Australia Symposium! The symposium is focused on inspiring and educating planners to help create and deliver better communities.More
Assemble’s first project at 122 Roseneath St, Clifton Hill held a walking tour as apart of Open House Melbourne 2019.More
Kris Daff, Assemble’s Managing Director, joined Rob McGauran, Kate Breen and Cate Grant to discuss the very urgent and complex issue of providing the next generation with affordable housing in Melbourne. Listen to the live audio recording from the event here.More
Assemble’s very own Elissa Loh-Brown spoke at the UDIA Victoria’s Outlook Young Professionals Committee event along with speakers from ArchiStar.ai and Neighbourlytics.
The evening looked at how we can enhance the way we live and work through better transport, smarter architecture and new solutions for creating vibrant communities.
Our publication, Assemble Papers, hosted an all-day series of panel discussions exploring the intersection between the way we experience, design and plan for a lively and equitable city. Listen to audio recordings from the event here.More
Quino Holland spoke at ‘In Conversation: Alternative Development & An Ageing Population’ with Sibling Architecture at the RMIT Design Hub with fellow panellists Katherine Sundermann (MGS Architects) and Tim Riley (Property Collectives).More
Come learn with Like Butter in their woodwork studio in Kensington as a part of our Living not Decorating workshop series.More
Assemble’s Strategy Director, Ben Keck spoke about the Assemble Model at the ‘Developing Melbourne and Alternative Models’ event with the Australian Institute of Architects – Victorian Chapter. The event discussed alternative models of housing delivery, alongside a discussion on how alternative planning systems can promote new forms of development.More