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Inner Worlds at The Exchange

28 Feb 2018

The Exchange at Knowledge Market is hosting a forum and public artwork launch this month, uncovering the hidden interior environments of seven iconic Victoria Harbour buildings.

Inner Worlds explores the interior spaces of Victoria Harbour’s ANZ Global Headquarters, Library at The Dock, Aurecon Centre, Lifestyle Working and towers 883, 888 and 889 Collins.

The event will feature as part of Melbourne Design Week 2018, an initiative by Creative Victoria in partnership with the National Gallery of Victoria.

The buildings’ designers and representatives will share an insight into the design methodologies undertaken as part of these iconic spaces.

They will be joined in discussion by RMIT University academics in architecture, design and ethnography.

The forum will take place at the Knowledge Market (at Shop 8-10, 892 Bourke St, Victoria Harbour) on Tuesday, March 20 from 4 to 6pm, followed by the artwork launch until 9pm.

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