Events

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UDIA Victoria with Elissa

Assemble’s very own Elissa Loh-Brown spoke at the UDIA Victoria’s Outlook Young Professionals Committee event along with speakers from ArchiStar.ai and Neighbourlytics.
The evening looked at how we can enhance the way we live and work through better transport, smarter architecture and new solutions for creating vibrant communities. 

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Living Closer Together Symposium 2018

Our publication, Assemble Papers, hosted an all-day series of panel discussions exploring the intersection between the way we experience, design and plan for a lively and equitable city. Listen to audio recordings from the event here.

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‘Alternative Development & An Ageing Population’ at RMIT

Quino Holland spoke at ‘In Conversation: Alternative Development & An Ageing Population’ with Sibling Architecture at the RMIT Design Hub with fellow panellists Katherine Sundermann (MGS Architects) and Tim Riley (Property Collectives).

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How to build

Come learn with Like Butter in their woodwork studio in Kensington as a part of our Living not Decorating workshop series.

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‘Developing Melbourne and Alternative Models’ with the AIA

Assemble’s Strategy Director, Ben Keck spoke about the Assemble Model at the ‘Developing Melbourne and Alternative Models’ event with the Australian Institute of Architects – Victorian Chapter. The event discussed alternative models of housing delivery, alongside a discussion on how alternative planning systems can promote new forms of development.

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How to green your apartment

Ever walked into someone’s booming plant-filled home as you’re doing your best to try and keep your one and only plant alive on life support back home? You can turn those green eyes into green thumbs and come learn some tips about interior and balcony gardening from Andrew Walker of Pop Plant as a part

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Assemble Papers #10 Launch Party

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Drawing on walls

Let your kids inner Picasso, Oehr or Kahlo run wild with Melbourne based illustrator, Alice Oehr. As a part of our Living not Decorating workshop series, Alice will hold a 2-hour scribble for the juniors to decorate The Assemble Space at 122 Roseneath St. Think Italian restaurants with white paper tablecloths, but on walls.

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Cooking and conversations with Nayran

Free to Feed is a not-for-profit social enterprise who aim to champion the unique skills and individual stories of refugees, people seeking asylum and new migrants. It is through cooking and conversation that their skills and stories are shared. As a apart of our Living not Decorating workshop series, Nayran Tabiei will be teaching us

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Grace Ferguson & Albrecht La’Brooy

To close our Living not Decorating workshop series, we will be holding a listening event with performances by Grace Ferguson and Albrecht La’Brooy. Grace Ferguson is a pianist, composer and sound designer seeking to foster a shift in ‘pianist as collaborator’ to expand beyond the context of a concert hall – in which a piano

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Assemble Papers ‘Living Closer Together: Symposium’

What would an open city look like? Is the Australian dream adaptable? How can an apartment building be a good citizen? How can our city grow for social and environmental good rather than super-sized sprawl? What role does culture play in making a city more diverse, lively and equitable? The Assemble Papers team (editor Jana

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Wild botanical workshops

Come down to our Blooming Spring program at our site at 393 Macaulay Rd, Kensington and learn from the roots about floral arrangements from Cecilia Fox. Melanie Stapleton of Cecilia Fox, will run 2 workshops inspired by the forms, colours and textures of the botanical world and how this interacts with the urban context. Mel

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