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  • 23
    Apr

    Join our purpose-driven placemaking team!

    CoDesign Studio is an award-winning, purpose-driven placemaking and engagement outfit. We specialize in the facilitation of locally-led processes to leverage place strengths and realise potential. Our award-winning collaborative city making framework has been road tested in over 120 neighbourhoods to turn developments, public spaces, mainstreets and activity centres into places that people love and feel connected […]

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  • 27
    Mar

    Are you our new Board Member?

    Purpose-driven not-for-profit seeking expressions of interest for new board directors. CoDesign Studio: Prosperous Places, Better Lives CoDesign Studio is a global leading placemaking firm and one of Australia’s leading voices on social sustainability. A new breed of citymaker, we are urban designers and community consultants working with government councils, property developers, industry bodies and community […]

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  • 26
    Mar

    Introducing: Summit workshop hour

    One of our many learnings from The Neighbourhood Project is that nothing accelerates community connection faster than the process of working together. So we are practising what we preach and running workshop hour at the Great Neighbourhood Summit 2019! Learn something new from one of our fun workshops and celebrate the day with an act of […]

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  • 26
    Mar

    Strathmore, Let’s Make A Park! Case Study from The Neighbourhood Project

    Youth take the lead: How two university friends took a dangerous roundabout and repurposed it to battle loneliness. Green Space Wanted. Can you turn an unsafe green space into a welcoming pop-up park? Made by young people, for young people, this is a story of people connecting with each other and with nature in an […]

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  • 18
    Mar

    Round 2 Speaker announcement! Great Neighbourhood Summit 2019

    An incredible line-up in our Round two speaker announcement! Summit keynote – Ebrahim Varachia, Patronicity We are thrilled to announce our Summit keynote, speaking for the very first time in Australia: Ebrahim Varachia from Patronicity! Transcending typical crowdsourcing models, Patronicity is a civic crowdgranting platform that matches citizen, government, development authority and sponsor funding streams to empower […]

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  • 18
    Mar

    Fawkner Food Bowls – The Neighbourhood Project Case study

    From lawn bowls to food bowls: How two residents turned a local lawn bowls green into an urban food hub. When Kelly met Sally, an idea was sparked! Two locals set about transforming an underutilised lawn bowls green into a family-friendly garden where people could grow produce, share knowledge, and interact with each other. In […]

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  • 13
    Mar

    We are hiring! Office Manager/Executive Assistant

    We are transforming our enterprise and looking for a purpose-driven Office Manager/Executive Assistant to join our national team of 12 (including our two office dogs!) in our Melbourne office. The ideal candidate: Outstanding organisational skills Loves admin! High initiative Digital native Passionate about working within a mission-driven organisation The important stuff Casual, 4 days/week, with potential […]

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  • 12
    Mar

    Summit keynote: introducing Ebrahim Varachia

    Speaking in Australia for the first time, we are thrilled to announce our Great Neighbourhood Summit 2019 keynote: Ebrahim Varachia, President & Co-Founder of Patronicity. Based out of Detroit, Michigan, Ebrahim recognised a city filled with people passionate about growth, empowerment and change, but lacking in tools and resources to get started. Ebrahim believes the cornerstone between […]

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  • 07
    Mar

    You can’t be what you can’t see – a graduates take on women in architecture

    In celebration of International Women’s Day, CoDesign Studio Graduate Project Manager Maya Le Bransky muses on the current state of women in architecture. I am currently undertaking my Masters of Architecture and identify as female. For me the increase in the visibility of women in the architectural profession and discourse has stealthily driven my participation in, and […]

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  • 05
    Mar

    First round of speakers released

    Our Great Neighbourhood Summit 2019 speakers are bringing something special. This is not your usual parade! Take a look at these leading and diverse social changemakers, inspiring us with their passion and vision, as we shape the discussion on the future of placemaking best practice.  Dont forget, early bird tickets close 7 March – available here. […]

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