Timothy Moore is editor of 'Future West (Australian Urbanism)', a publication about Western Australian urbanism, and director of Sibling Architecture, a practice that forms a social agenda around all of its projects whether buildings, installations, urban strategies or events. Timothy has also worked at architecture offices in Melbourne, Amsterdam and Berlin, and as an editor for Volume and Architecture Australia.
We are living longer than ever before - but what services do we need to ensure livability at all ages? For Sibling architects, researching ageing now is an investment in our own future quality of life. AP editor Jana Perković brings Sibling director Timothy Moore into conversation with Bree Trevena, research manager at Arup Foresight, the engineering firm's think tank on urban futures.
In the first of a series of articles we'll be republishing from 'Future West (Australian Urbanism)', a new print publication considering the future of urbanism through the lens of Perth and Western Australia, Timothy Moore chats with Who Gives A Crap founder Simon Griffiths about creating a financially stable social enterprise and finding the fun side of sanitation.