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Event – The Sustainable Cities Round Table/ Future Melbourne Forum – 31 October

Posted in Events, Research, Sustainable Cities Round Tables, Visions by Ferne Edwards on October 15th, 2007

The Victorian Eco-Innovation Lab (VEIL) and the City of Melbourne present The Sustainable Cities Round Table/ Future Melbourne Forum.
5 – 7pm Wednesday 31 October
University of Melbourne

Proudly supported by the City of Melbourne

This event promises a fascinating finish to the Sustainable Cities Round Table series this year with the theme: visioning a sustainable urban future. The speakers will present their own design visions and also talk of the important role of visioning in business and government sectors.

Speakers include:
Melanie Dodd, Lecturer, Architecture & Design, RMIT University
Graham Crist, Program Director, Architecture & Design, RMIT University
Eva Migdal, Sustainability Strategist, Hatch Generation
Prof Catherin Bull, Associate Dean, Architecture, Building & Planning, University of Melbourne
Steve Mushin, Designer & Artist
Jon Ward, General Manager, Business, Innovation & Technology, Sustainability Victoria
Catherine Stutterheim, RMIT University & Stutterheim/ Anderson Landscape Architecture
Rob Adams, Director, City Design & Urban Environment, City of Melbourne

There will also be a presentation by Francois Jegou, Director of the Brussels-based design research company, Solutioning.

“François Jégou also teaches as visiting professor at the Faculty of Design of the Politecnico in Milan and La Cambre School of Visual Art in Brussels and was the co-producer with Ezio Manzini of the exhibition Sustainable Everyday. The picture that emerged from this project, says Jegou, was that of a ‘multi-local city…a city in the shape of a network of places endowed with totally new characteristics”. Jegou currently works with Manzini on the Emude project looking at the role and actions of creative communities in defining new models for sustainable living”.

To request an invitation to this event, please email Ferne Edwards at fedwards by 19 October. Visit for more information and to see films of previous events!

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