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Knowledge Market: The book!

29 May 2019

Victoria Harbour’s Knowledge Market is the subject of a new book, which is being launched on June 6.

Knowledge Market: An Urban Living Lab is a record and testament to the good work done there over 18 months.

The book has been written by Ross McLeod, Shanti Sumartojo, Charles Anderson, Natasha Sutila and Sean Hogan and is available via Melbourne Books for $49.99.

The Exchange was a collaborative “urban living lab” established to prototype forms of community engagement, exploring the urban environment through design ethnography, landscape architecture, interior design, interaction design, fashion and textiles and graphic design.

Over a year and a half, The Exchange addressed issues of urban development and how the community understands and might use such developments through an on going set of design research studios, exhibitions and public events.

The project provided a unique opportunity for a broad discussion on the nature of a resilient urban condition, incorporating the perspectives of governments, developers, architects, designers and residents in a robust and timely exchange of ideas.

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