LIVEability POP-UP Past Event
Most of our lives are spent living, learning and working within buildings. These patterns of inhabitation are changing as contemporary life are making new demands on our environments – think COVID-19. With these dramatic transformations, very few of these emerging spaces will be professionally designed.
This intimate drop-in chat session LIVEability focuses on the empowering quality of design know-how to enable people to transform and create the world they want to live in. Pop in to share your ideas about how to do this with renowned interior designer Mary Featherston AM and Dr Suzie Attiwill, associate dean Interior Design, RMIT University. This pop-up is part of an ongoing project – LIVEability – to share design know-how and to help everybody create environments that are both practical and pleasurable.
This event is hosted by Uro.
Mary Featherston AM
Mary Featherston AM is an interior designer and activist. She is an adjunct professor, RMIT Interior Design and an honorary senior research fellow, University of Melbourne. In 2020, Mary was made a Member of the Order of Australia for significant service to the arts, in particular to interior and industrial design.
Dr Suzie Attiwill is associate dean Interior Design, School of Architecture & Urban Design, RMIT University. Her design practice poses concepts of interior and interiority in relation to contemporary issues of living, inhabitation, subjectivity, pedagogy and creative practice. Suzie is an executive board member of the International Federation of Interior Architects/Designers