RMIT Design Hub
Architect: Sean Godsell Architects, 2012, 2012
City of Melbourne | C11
RMIT Design Hub Gallery is a progressive exhibition environment within the iconic RMIT Design Hub building. Opened in 2012, the building is identified by its skin of 17,000 glass discs. In addition to the Gallery, this award-winning building is home to RMIT’s School of Architecture and Urban Design and the RMIT Design Archives.
RMIT Design Hub Gallery exhibits creative, practice-led design research and is open to everyone. Our exhibitions visualise, perform and share research ideas and make new research connections. The Gallery fosters and supports a community of practice, including architects, designers, curators and students for collaborative, interdisciplinary design research and education.
During Open House Melbourne weekend, Design Hub Gallery will be showing Super Tight, an exhibition exploring the culture of spatial tightness emerging in Asian cities and its creative potential.
Join several events associated with the exhibition Super Tight, including a free public lecture, exhibition talks and city walking tours. See more details on the Super Tight event page.
Need to Know
Open: Saturday 27 & Sunday 28 July 12pm–5pm
Tour Type: Open Entry, Self-guided
Access: Pram accessible, fully accessible, all ages.
Building Type: Education
Architecture Era: Contemporary (2001- current)
Transport: Tram stop 7: RMIT University – Swanston St/Franklin St on routes 1, 3/3a, 5, 6, 8, 16, 64, 67, 72
Photo Credit: Tobias Titz
RMIT University, Building 100, Corner Victoria and Swanston Streets, Carlton 3000, Melbourne VIC