Rosemary Kennedy

Subtropical Cities Consultancy
<p>Rosemary is Adjunct Associate Professor of Architecture at QUT where she was Director of the former Centre for Subtropical Design. She has published more than 60 journal articles, book chapters, conference papers and proceedings, sharing innovative trans-disciplinary research and practice in the area of climate-responsiveness and liveability in subtropical and tropical regions globally, with a particular focus on increasing density, demographic change and climate change, including the influential publication Subtropical Design in South East Queensland, a Handbook for Planners, Developers and Decision Makers. She was the Queensland Director of the AIA’s National Awards program in 2008 and has extensive design review experience for major urban development proposals and urban policies in Australia and overseas. She is a Fellow of the AIA and currently an elected member of the AIA’s Queensland Chapter Council. She chairs a Task Group to promote high quality high density standards and guidelines.</p>
QLD, oseas
Interested in
Public Speaking, Juries