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INVERT 2.0 MINI LIVING – BUILT BY ALL – NOW OPEN.

INVERT 2.0 MINI LIVING – BUILT BY ALL is now open to the public. The exhibition examines how architects can adapt to population growth through elegant, sustainable design, and creative use of space.

 

At INVERT 2.0, you can walk through and experience scale models of a new type of city village – one where residents can live exceptional lifestyles in the middle of big, bustling cities. Each design showcases how architects are responding to urban density with residential, community, commercial, and green spaces.

The walkthrough scale models were developed by architecture and landscape architecture students from RMIT University.They responded to the challenge of population growth with innovative, multi-residential buildings that could sit on an empty city block near Melbourne’s Queen Victoria Market.

These students were joined by selected established architects, who responded to the same brief with detailed architectural drawings.

Held in the gardens of Melbourne’s Hellenic Museum, INVERT 2.0 was developed by MINI and green magazine – with support from RMIT and the City of Melbourne. The exhibition is open October 17 – 26 from 10am – 4pm each day at 280 William St, Melbourne, VIC 3000.

A talk series will be held from 22 – 25 October at the exhibition space. 

To find the full speaker program and booking information, click below.

 

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