NHRC is a collaboration between Nightingale Housing and researchers from multiple universities. 

 

Nightingale's commitment to openness and transparency provides an unprecedented opportunity for researchers; NHRC provides the platform for research collaboration.

 

The collaborative undertakes longitudinal research relative to Nightingale projects, processes, and practices and is a conduit for conversation between research and practice.

 

NHRC Research Managers

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Dr Andrea

Sharam

RMIT

 

Dr Andrea

Sharam

RMIT

 

Dr Jasmine

Palmer

Independent

Researcher

Researchers

 
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Dr Tom Alves

RMIT / AHURI

 

Jason Twill

UTS

Dr Andreanne Doyon

Simon Fraser University,

Canada

 

RESEARCH THEMES

As a collaborative platform, NHRC embraces researchers, participants, and projects from diverse disciplines. Everyone is asking questions about advancing non-traditional housing models into the future.  

Click on a Research Theme to see relevant projects.

 

RESEARCH OUTPUTS

In due course, a searchable repository of outputs from the NHRC and associated researchers will be developed. 

Watch this space!

 

 
 

PARTICIPATE

Nightingale projects across Australia are of interest to a broad range of researchers covering diverse disciplines. The NHRC has been established to manage research requests and ensure that development project teams, aspiring buyers and purchasers can be confident of participating in quality research endeavours, and are able to avoid research fatigue. 

 

Researchers with an interest in Nightingale are invited to contact the NHRC managers to discuss their proposals, and we will facilitate the necessary contacts as appropriate. Please use the contact form below.

Students are asked to review published materials thoroughly before making any requests.

Interested in Nightingale Housing Research? Feel free to get in touch.

 

Images courtesy of: Breathe Architecture, EDHO Architecture, ClarkeHopkinsClarke Architects, Michael Downes, Peter Clarke, Andy Gergus, Kate Longley, Andrew Wuttke,