Redevelopment w/ Tim Ross


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If you take a walk around your suburb or town, it’s likely you’ll see redevelopment in one form or another. In fact, many would argue that the look of most suburbs has changed dramatically in the last decade or so, and grief is often shared that character of buildings and dwellings is lost to redevelopment, and it's mostly due to money.

Tim 'Rosso' Ross is a comedian and design nerd, and has filmed a number of specials about architecture for the ABC. In this conversation, we discuss classic Australian design being lost to redevelopment, the issues around heritage listing, and more.

Tim Ross is on Instagram @Modernister, and you can see more of Tim’s passion for architecture and design at

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