A New Normal: Water, Food and Energy Past Event
An evening of talks live-streamed from a rooftop in Melbourne, where 15 of Melbourne’s leading architects have come together to prototype the future of our city, bringing together technology and culture. On Wednesday the 31st of March, at 6:30pm we invite you to join Mark Jacques (Openwork), Nigel Bertram (NMBW) and Daniel Tatton (3000 Acres) online for a night of live-streamed talks and a panel, hosted by Samantha Peart (Development Victoria), discussing the future of Melbourne’s water, energy and food. We hope you can join us for this special evening, as we plan for the city we are leaving behind for the next generation. This event is part of A New Normal, a project led by Finding Infinity that challenges Melbourne to become an entirely self-sufficient city. This is explored through a series of installations and talks by Melbourne’s leading architects and designers in Golden Age Group’s 130 Little Collins Street. Formerly home to the Uniting Church, the rooftop space of 130 Little Collins has been taken over by the team at A New Normal thanks to the support of Jeff Xu from Golden Age Group. For additional events, please check back to this website or A New Normal’s website.