Imogen Howe

Imogen is an impact-driven architect and urban designer who is passionate about creating equitable, diverse and inclusive built environments. She is committed to the creation of buildings and cities where everyone can belong.

She is currently undertaking doctoral research for a PhD at the University of Melbourne studying disability inclusion in built environments.

Imogen's private practice focusses within the social-impact sector supporting 'for-purpose' businesses to realise and embed their social impact goals within their existing and new buildings. She is a member of Social Impact Hub's Professional Impact Network and holds an Advisory Board position with Urban Villager (a mission-locked, triple-bottom-line affordable housing developer).

Imogen has over 10 years of professional experience. She is experienced in a variety of sectors and scales, from single buildings to district visioning for the creation of new precincts. She has a background in architectural design and documentation as well as strategic master planning, site and regional analysis, benchmarking and visioning for built environments.

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