Architects Against Housing Alienation (AAHA) is a collective of architects, activists and advocates fighting against housing alienation and working to create socially, ecologically and creatively empowering housing for all. This campaign will be c\a\n\a\d\a’s official representation at the 2023 Venice Biennale of Architecture, where they will launch Not for Sale! an architectural activist campaign for non-alienated housing, rejecting the concept of property and financialized forms of architecture. AAHA’s mission is to instigate an architectural movement to mobilize all Canadians to join the call for safer, healthier, and more equitable housing. 


Sara Stevens, UBC SALA
Tijana Vujosevic, UBC SALA
Matthew Soules, UBC SALA
Luugigyoo Patrick Stewart, PhD, Architect AIBC, FRAIC
Vince Tao, AAHA Campaign Strategist

A poster listing AAHA's demands to decommodify housing in Canada:
1. Land Back!
2. On the land housing
3. First Nations home building lodges
4. Reparative architecture
5. A gentrification tax
6. To inhabit surplus properties
7. Intentional communities for unhoused people
8. Collective ownership
9. Mutual aid housing
10. Ambient ecosystem commons