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Kieran is a co-founder and Principal at TheFulcrum.Agency, a creative consultancy that leverages community and social outcomes through evidenced-based design strategy, advocacy and research.
Kieran’s portfolio includes urban design and architectural projects that have been awarded by the Australian Institute of Architects across commercial, public, urban design, interiors, education and residential categories, as well as winning the Australian Award for Urban Design and an International Award for Public Participation. His writing has been published on topics covering urban renewal, Indigenous housing and new models of practice and procurement.
Kieran is an Adjunct Senior Research Fellow at Monash University, and Industry Partner for the University of Sydney’s Health Habitat Incubator. He is currently leading a series of projects with Indigenous communities on the Groote Archipelago, NT and in Minjerribah, QLD that seek to improve quality of life through better housing and community infrastructure. Kieran is also working with the NT Government to deliver the Room to Breathe program that empowers individuals and communities to play a leading role in determining their housing futures.
Expertise related to UN Sustainable Development Goals
In 2015, UN member states agreed to 17 global Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to end poverty, protect the planet and ensure prosperity for all. This person’s work contributes towards the following SDG(s):
ARCHITECTURE, B.ARCH, Curtin University
Award Date: 1 Nov 1997
Research area keywords
- INDIGENOUS HOUSING
- INDIGENOUS SETTLEMENT PLANNING
- Affordable Housing
- PLANNING POLICY
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RESEARCH PILOT – ROOM TO BREATHE: Towards a best-practice design model for enhancing the quality of life of First Nations people living in remote Northern Territory communities
29/03/19 → 28/08/20