Video: Jeremy Mcleod INVERT 2.0 MINI LIVING – BUILT BY ALL
INVERT 2.0 is a collaboration between green and MINI LIVING to engage established architects and university students to respond to a brief that focusses on building for a sustainable future.
A brief was issued to selected architects and RMIT students: to reimagine a city block beside the Queen Victoria Market as a hypothetical urban village containing residential, community, commercial and green spaces.
The architects submitted their responses in the form of hand drawings that were enlarged, hung and displayed in the exhibition space. Also on display were three highly detailed and thought-provoking 1 to 50 scale models created by RMIT Masters of Architecture and Masters of Landscape Architecture students.
Here, Jeremy McLeod touches on urban living and the role we play in how to build sustainable communities.