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What is the social sustainability of the built environment? How are we using architectural design to cater for the growing and changing needs of the population? Speakers: William Feuerman - Senior Lecturer from the University of Technology Sydney. Phillippa Carnemolla - Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the School of the Built Environment at the University of Technology Sydney. Tim Schork - Associate Professor in the Faculty of Design, Building and Architecture at the University of Technology Sydney. Hosted and produced by Jake Morcom.