Designing for Adaptive Reuse: Lessons from the YoungHusband Landmark Project in Melbourne
Adaptive reuse is a dynamic and increasingly essential aspect of contemporary architecture, providing architects and designers with an opportunity to transform and revitalise existing buildings and communities in sustainable and cost-effective ways. Woods Bagot's Younghusband Landmark Project in Melbourne is a prime example of adaptive reuse, featuring a mixed-use development with residential, commercial, and community spaces on a former industrial site. The panel discussion will give invaluable insights into the adaptive reuse process and learn from Woods Bagot's innovative approach, which emphasises sustainability, community engagement, and collaboration. Our expert speakers will explore the challenges and opportunities of the YoungHusband Landmark Project, including the design approach, the community's perspective, and the balance between preservation and innovation.