Jason Twill

Senior Lecturer & Innovation Research Fellow

University of Technology, Sydney.

Department of Design, Architecture and Building

With a career spanning over 20 years in urban development, Jason has been at the forefront of built environment transformation. His career experience includes delivery of sustainable mixed-income housing projects throughout New York City, delivery of Vulcan Inc.'s South Lake Union Innovation District in Seattle, Washington and serving as Head of Sustainability and Innovation for Lendlease Property, Australia.  

 

In 2016, Jason was appointed as an Innovation Fellow and Senior Lecturer within the Faculty of Design, Architecture and Building at the University of Technology Sydney and leads research into regenerative urbanism, alternative housing models, and property economics.

 

Jason is also founder and Director of Urban Apostles, a start-up real estate development and consulting services business specialising in regenerative development and deliberative housing models for cities. Its work focuses on the intersection of the sharing economy and art of city making.  

 

He is a co-founder of both the International Living Future Institute and Green Sports Alliance and originator of the Economics of Change project. In 2017, Jason founded and launched the City Makers’ Guild, an education, advocacy and research group promoting more equitable and inclusive cities.

 

Jason was designated a LEED Fellow by the United States Green Building Council in 2014, was named a 2015 and 2017 Next City Global Urban Vanguard and is an appointed Champion and advisor to Nightingale Housing in Australia.

Key Research Interests: regenerative urban development

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