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Assemble at Open House Melbourne

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Open House Melbourne has kept us extra busy this year, with not one, not two, but three events we’re either presenting or supporting in the lead-up and over the weekend (25-26 July). Put the following dates in your diary.

Better Living Forum – Tue 21 July
How do we address issues of housing liveability and affordability with a growing population? In response to the Victorian Government’s Better Apartments Discussion Paper (and our own Small Footprint Living Survey), we’re proud to support the Better Living Forum. Come hear a lawyer, economist, architect, planner (and many more) urban professionals speak on their visions for the growth of our city

Utopia City with tin&ed – Sun 26 July
Along with mischievous design duo tin&ed, we’ll be hosting two collaborative city-building workshops for kids (big and small) using all sorts of recycled materials and modelling clay thanks to Educational Colours. Contribute your creation to a growing metropolis that will evolve over the course of the day. City-lovers of all ages welcome (parents must be supervised by children, hehe).

Barbicania screening and panel discussion – Sun 26 July
On the Assemble Papers front – we’re proud to support the Australian premiere of Barbicania, a kooky homage to that temple of Brutalist architecture and the latest film by Living Architectures directors Ila Bêka & Louise Lemoine. Presented by Open House Melbourne and DIS-cour.se (in association with us and supported by DADo) – go team! Tickets available here.

Drop by, say hello and discover your #curiocity throughout the programme – we’d love to see you!

Image credit: Film still from Barbicania courtesy Open House Melbourne.

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