The house of the future will be smaller and built for climate say architects Nigel Bell, Stuart Tanner

Kim Chappell
Updated February 7 2024 - 1:21pm, first published March 30 2023 - 9:00am

Australia's house of the future needs to be smaller and built for the climate to protect its occupants and the environment according to two of the country's leading architects.

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Kim Chappell

Kim Chappell

Senior Producer - Digital

As Senior Producer - Digital for ACM's regional titles I assist newsrooms in digital best practice. Before this role, I was the digital journalist with ACM's national team and prior to that, the digital specialist with ACM's Agricultural division. I started as a general rounds journalist with The Land in 2006, moving up to hold the title of chief of staff before switching to digital reporting in 2015.

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