Phase 2 Research LaunchesNovember 22, 2023
Phase 2 of our research, the guide including Getting Started, Pick your project and the Construction Catalogue launches on the ReHousing Website.
Citizen Developer WorkshopNovember 18, 2023
ReHousing coordinated a workshop with recent alumni from the FutureBUILDS program to test out the Getting Started, Pick your project and Construction Catalogue research.
October 20, 2023
ReHousing joined hosts with Daniel and Nick about all things ReHousing - give it a listen!
Canadian Community Land Trust Summit 2023October 21, 2023
ReHousing joined People Design Co-op to coordinate a workshop on ‘Establishing (new) Best Practices’. We presented multiplex research and our recent collaboartion with People Design Cop-op - Low Carbon Solutions for the Citizen Developer.
The National Trust of Canada Conference - CAHP WORKROOM - Climate Action and Adaptive ReuseOctober 26, 2023
Research Associate Rashmi Sirkar presented ReHousing’s multiplex and Low Carbon Solutions Research at the CAHP WORKROOM - Climate Action and Adaptive Reuse in Ottawa
October 26, 2023
Samantha Eby presented at the Walrus’ Walrus Talks - Equitable Housing Event in Vancouver BC.
ACO Toronto Heritage and Housing SymposiumResearch Associate Rashmi Sirkar presented ReHousing’s multiplex and Low Carbon Solutions Research
The School of Cities at the University of Toronto commissitoned us to make a video series of about ‘citizen developers,’ the ‘missing little,’ and multiplexes. You can find them around our site. Check out the series at the School of Cities, and our, you tube channel.
Michael Piper led a field trip for the FutureBUILDS cohort.
The ReHousing team’s zoning analysis was included in the final Expanding Housing Options in Neighbourhoods: Multiplex Study.
ReHousing present multiplex research to chapter of Canadian Home Builder Association in British Columbia.
ReHousing & Housing Multitudes in Canadian Architect
ReHousing team invited to present multiplex housing research for the Design Excellence Network.
Publication talks about the ReHousing Project.
ReHousing presents at GoCo Solutions’ Co-ownership conference. A comprehensive conference style event, exploring all aspects of co-ownership.
Introducing the “Missing Little” – the opportunity to cost-effectively renovate the smaller-scale segment of the Missing Middle spectrum. How can we design and deliver units quickly and affordably to live in? Can we reduce construction costs by using less construction and simplified replicable plans? How do the numbers pencil out? With pre-panel presentation by Michael Piper.
Participating Speakers: Kfir Gluzberg, Architect, Kilogram Studio; Janna Levitt, Founding Partner, LGA Architectural Partners; Jacob Sofer, Co-founder and CEO, Metrosuite; Rohan Walters, Principal Designer, Spaces by Rohan Inc.
Michael Piper presentat at Housing Multitudes Roundtable. This daytime workshop uniting urban scholars, designers, planners, community developers and policy specialists will explore how to take some of the ideas of the Housing Multitudes exhibition forward. Discussion will be especially focused on what is being forgotten or ignored in the proposed “solutions” to housing shortages and affordability that Ontario’s Bill 23, and Toronto’s Housing Action Plan, seek to address.
Wed Jan 25 @ 6:30 PM
Exhibition at Regents Park, Worl Urban Pavilion.
‘The Missing Middle’: Where did it go and how do we get it back?Friday Jan. 20 @ 9:30 AM
Interior Design Show Toronto, Metro Toronto Convention Centre
Janna Levitt presents ReHousing Work at Toronto Interior Design Show
Publication of “Housing Multitudes at the University of Toronto Imagines the Future of Suburbia” in The Architects NewspaperFri, Feb 17 2023
Publication talks about the ReHousing Project.
ReHousing Collectives: Strategies for Retrofitting Single-Family Neighborhoods into Multi-Family Co-HousingMichael Piper teaching seminar exploring strategies of ReHousing at John H. Daniel’s Faculty of Landscape, Architecture and Design at Univeristy of Toronto
Analysis of City of Toronto’s Multiplex Zoning ChangeReHousing Team, with the Expanding Housing Options in Neighbourhoods Working Group, commissioned by the City of Toronto to analyze proposed changes to Multiplex Zoning.
Not Markham or Manhattan, but something else: a new vision for the landscapes of suburbia at Toronto gallery showReHousing and Housing Multitudes in the Globe and Mail
Conrad Speckert presents ReHousing to the Technical Research Committee of the Canadian Home Builder’s Association Fall 2022 Meeting
Architecture and Design Gallery, Daniels Building
GoCo Solutions, Circle Community Land Trust and Owniblii.