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For many, Australian living has come to be defined by a tangled skein of sprawling suburbia, and a disconnect of people from workable transport, food resources and resilient, well-connected communities. Amidst increasing property prices and congested links to the outer suburbs, long-term apartment living is becoming a bona fide answer—a new reality for future generations of Australians. Whilst the majority of new housing is 75 square-metre, two-bedroom apartments, this panel focuses on how to increase housing diversity and provide for long-term family living in the inner city. Come along to this MTalks event, a part of the evocative High Density Happiness series of talks presented by Open Journal, for a chat about reimagining the way Australian families live with Sue Say of Urbis; urban designer Amanda Roberts; architect and co-director of Assemble, Quino Holland; and Jeff Provan, Neometro’s founder and design director.