Regional, remote and rural architecture and urbanism
Stealth architecture and urbanism
Alysia’s research focuses on how the design, construction and occupation of the built environment is influenced by planning regulation, law, economics, culture and society. Specifically, her work aims to understand and engage with the spatial implications of such influences in order to identify opportunities for architectural operation and innovation. Her doctoral thesis Stealth Urbanism focused on overcoming barriers to the densification and diversification of suburban housing via the manipulation of physical and systemic grey spaces in legal loopholes, ambiguous language and human perception.Read more about Alysia Bennett's research
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The right size matters
There are sneaky, under-the-radar home renovation remedies that could help solve our cities' housing crises.