FREMANTLE NETWORK PRESENTS YOUNG AND NEW
Next Monday the Fremantle Network presents Dimitri Kapetas of EHDO architecture, who are in the process of designing the first Nightingale Housing project in Fremantle at 29 Wood Street.
Nightingale Housing is a non-profit organisation formed by a group of leading Australian architects. It aims to create affordable housing models that are specifically designed to achieve environmental and social benefits for cities. It promotes the building of communities, not just market commodities.
Check out: https://www.ehdo.com.au/nightingale-freo/
The second speaker will be Michael McPhail, the the youngest Deputy Mayor of WA and the Town of East Fremantle.
Michael has a deep passion for cities and making them better places for the people who live in them.
The focus of his talk will be the future of the Leeuwin Barracks, and the impact this will have on the future of Greater Fremantle.
Originally educated as an urban planner, Michael now works for global real estate firm CBRE to market Perth’a next generation of apartment living.
As a Councillor, Michael’s key focus include ensuring meaningful community engagement in the redevelopment of Leeuwin Barracks and reimagining of East Fremantle Oval, leading East Fremantle’s push to ban single use plastic bags and championing the upgrading of East Fremantle’s exceptional foreshore.
The monthly Fremantle Network event is on at 6pm, Monday 24 April upstairs at the National Hotel.