Affordable housing is a national problem. Middle class workers are getting locked out of the housing market and are moving to other parts of the country, while the number of homeless people is rising sharply as renters are spending more than a third of their income on housing. Multi-residential housing in Australia has typically carried negative connotations. But as a housing typology, it’s slowly shaking off its bad reputation thanks to evolving social and economic factors – and forward-thinking architects, designers and developers driven by aspirations for compelling, design-led dwellings. What is the future for multi-residential housing in Australia?
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