In 2020 Melbourne Design Week was a casualty of Covid 19.
This March 26th and 27th we are re-surrecting our planned Home Made exhibition, which will reflect on a series of Melbourne projects both built & unbuilt that adopt new approaches to finance, design, development and operations. This exhibition explores what a more community-centred, sustainable model of housing might look like, and how it can provide an attractive, generous way of living in our urban centres.
Presented by Katherine Sundermann, Andy Fergus, Alexis Kalagas the Home Made: Reinventing How We Live in Melbourne exhibition and events will explore the answers to: Why has Melbourne become the locus of housing innovation in Australia?
Over the last decade, a range of new models have emerged in response to the low-quality of investor-driven options and a growing desire for more urban lifestyles. Models like Nightingale Housing, Assemble, Property Collectives, CoDev, Tripple, and the Third Way. Together, these models suggest a more optimistic and inclusive vision of how housing can shape our city.
We hope to see you at either of the events:
- Friday March 26th 6.30pm – 9.30pm – Home Made Panel Discussion
- Saturday March 27th 10am – 6pm – Home Made Exhibition
The events will be held at Parkade on Level 7, 34 Little Collins Street Melbourne.