Take a shortcut through Melbourne Design Week by following one of several design routes, which cluster programs by different themes.
Simone LeAmonNGV Curator of Contemporary Design and Architecture
Contemporary materials, technologies and theories are reshaping the practice of craft. Be surprised at the new twists, turns, weaves and slips.
Timothy MooreDirector, Sibling Architecture and lecturer in architecture at Monash University
What city do you desire? From alternative housing models to Indigenous-led design, the future you want may already be near.
Claire BealePresident, Design Institute of Australia
Design is located at the nexus between creativity, collaboration, improvisation and commercialisation. This intersection is seamlessly expressed through the resulting design outcome.
Ewan McEoinNGV Senior Curator of Contemporary Design and Architecture
Innovative technology is transforming design practices and business models. Are you ready to embrace change?
Megan PattyNGV Publications Manager
Communication is key to understanding the effects of design. Follow the communication design route to locate the visual and spatial languages that construct the world.
Andy FergusArchitours, City of Melbourne, Melbourne School of Design
A big redesign of how cities function is needed to respond to the challenges of the 21st century. The world is watching ‘liveable Melbourne’, and we are up to the task.
Karen WebsterDesign Director of Buzz
What good does design have on a business? Design can have a great effect along the supply chain from redesigning a service to reimagining the workplace.
The NGV Department of Contemporary Design and Architecture is generously supported by The Hugh D. T. Williamson Foundation.