Vision: Broadmeadows 2035 – Eco-Acupuncture: Developing Sites of Urban Intervention is a free exhibition of selected architecture projects developed as part of the Victorian Eco Innovation Lab’s Eco-Acupuncture studio in Broadmeadows 2013.
The projects envision a sustainable and resilient future for Broadmeadows.
17 July – 28 July
Hume Global Learning Centre - Broadmeadows, 1093 Pascoe Vale Road, Broadmeadows.
Open Monday-Thursday 8am-8pm, Friday 8am-5pm, Saturday 9am-4pm, Sunday 1pm-4pm.
Vision: Broadmeadows 2035 – Eco-Acupuncture: Developing Sites of Urban Intervention is a free exhibition of selected architecture projects...
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VEIL Senior Research Fellow Dr. David Turnbull Publications:
The report of the Victorian Food Supply Scenarios: Impacts on Availability of a Nutritious Diet project has been released. This VEIL-led research...
Food sensitive planning and urban design (FSPUD) recognises that access to healthy, sustainable and equitable food is an essential part of achieving...
This report assesses Best Practice Food Distribution Systemsthat might contribute to achievement of significant environmental improvements (i.e....
To create a sustainable and resilient fruit and vegetable distribution system, it is useful to first try to understand the current one. This work...
Sunshine Bus Terminal: Catalysing a shift to sustainable mobility.
A residential and commercial building with a community garden at its heart.
Creating a pathway across the railway tracks with a series of modular, energy-harvesting units.
Comlementing and encouraging the diverse range of food cultures in Sunshine.
Building on an existing food business to encourage local food production and community participation.
Eco Rider: multi-functional, human powered, street sweeper & lawn mower.
The easily reconfigured, human powered community and tradie's vehicle.
Locally made modular pods reactivating the Ericsson site for work, social and residential use
Redefining the suburban block to encourage vibrant communities
A linear parkway interwoven with social infrastructure.
What could the suburb of Sunshine look like in 2032?
Zero Carbon by 2030 – Britain’s dream or reality?
What could a sustainable neighbourhood in Melbourne look like?
Product Service Systems and Eco-efficient Services.
New roles for designers in developing and promoting a sustainable society.
Students' final presentations
Week 11 feedback session
Our new studio home in Broadmeadows Town Hall
What might a sustainable suburb look like and how might we make it happen?
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