The Food-Printing Melbourne project has been funded by the Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation, to explore: Identify the potential economic, health, …read more
Visions of Resilience – A Workshop Manual, documenting the workshop processes of the Visions of Resilience project has now been …read more
The final report for the Visions of Resilience Project has now been published. You can read the full report with …read more
Since at least the 1940’s, concerns have been raised repeatedly about the loss of some of Victoria’s most productive land …read more
A local or regional food economy suggests food that is grown, processed and sold primarily for local or regional markets, …read more
Food Hubs make it easier to buy and sell local food – they work with farmers and eaters to develop …read more
With recent events showing that many Australian communities are vulnerable to extreme weather it’s important we focus on building resilience. …read more
Scenarios, visions and pathways for a low-carbon, resilient, built environment.
Four years, commencing July 2013 Funding:
CRC …read more
An extension of a VEIL research scoping project completed in early 2011 (funded from a VicHealth Discovery Grant). This new …read more
Our cities and their systems of energy, water, food, transport, shelter, and information are dependent on large flows of fossil …read more
Following on from our engagement with Hume City Council and a series of ‘Vision: Broadmeadows 2032’ projects in 2009-2010, VEIL …read more
The City of Hume is a rapidly developing centre north of Melbourne, caught up in many of the problems of …read more
Sunshine: The Opportunities. The Garden City layout of Sunshine is suited to the intensification of sustainable programs including urban agriculture, …read more
The Mobility Studios explore the interconnections and spaces between slow transport and public transport. Mobility in 2032 is networked and decentralised. …read more
What does Melbourne look like in 2032? In 2008, VEIL’s Design Hub members looked at the last remaining vacant land …read more
A series of multidisciplinary design studios run in 2007 and 2008.
VEIL has been working as part of a collaborative team for VCCCAR looking at the role and value of scenario …read more
A small research project to understand the dynamic of change “from below” has become a component of the disruptive change …read more
VEIL releases Food Freight Reports The pressures of rising energy costs, potential carbon prices and increasing vulnerability in food supply …read more
There is a growing interest in distributed systems as an alternative design and governance approach for the provision of critical …read more
Ballarat in 2032: alternative energy sources, fewer private vehicles, and resilience in the face of extreme weather events.
An innovative design industry. The job of ReDesigning grew out of changes late last century, when manufacturers in Europe and …read more