The Missing Middle: Millennial Housing in the 21st Century

The Missing Middle 2020

Thinking creatively about home ownership for our Millennial generation.

In partnership with the Carnegie Gallery, the Hamilton Burlington Society of Architects will bring together design professionals, artists, millennials and community members to explore new ideas in housing affordability and access through an ideas design charrette and exhibition. The goal of the event is to explore innovative solutions to the issue of entry-level housing affordability for the Millennial generation in the context of Canada’s urban housing market by recognizing design challenges and opportunities.

Keynote Address
Alex Bozikovic, Globe and Mail Architecture Critic
Thursday January 30, 7:30pm
Dundas Town Hall, 60 Main St. Dundas
Reception to follow at The Carnegie Gallery
Public Welcome
~ Tickets are free and may be reserved at: missingmiddlekeynote.eventbrite.com

Design Charrette
Friday January 31, 9am – 5pm
Carnegie Gallery
TBA & Lower Level

Four teams of local architects, artists and millennials brainstorm housing designs for today’s young working families on underutilized land in Hamilton and Burlington. The public is welcome to observe this design exercise and team summaries at the end of the day at 5 pm.


Public Presentation/Panel
March 12, 6:30-8:30pm, Carnegie Gallery
~ Tickets are free and may be reserved at : missingmiddlepanel.eventbrite.com


Exhibition of Designs
March 6-22, Carnegie Gallery TBA


Hamilton Burlington Society of Architects HBSA Ideas Charette

Missing Middle graphic design and logo by Walter Pick of Headspring Marketing Design. headspring.myportfolio.com

 

Missing Middle: Millennial Housing in the 21st Century invitation, front

Missing Middle, invitation, verso

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