A spectacular glimpse into the future of Melbourne

 The rooftop of Golden Age Group’s 130 Little Collins Street is set to be transformed into a series of site specific installations and performances by 15 of Melbourne’s most renowned architects and designers, as they, alongside Ross Harding’s Finding Infinity seek to transform Greater Melbourne from a consumer to a producer by 2030.

Forming part of Melbourne Design Week as an independent exhibition, A New Normal challenges Melbourne to become an entirely self-sufficient city, a fitting analogy to coincide with the Design Week 2021 theme of Design the world that you want.

Offering a spectacular glimpse into the future of Melbourne, Golden Age Group’s 130 Little Collins Street building will act as the canvas for the installations, demonstrating our ongoing support, not only for the incredible work of these artists, but also that of the broader art industry, including NGV and Melbourne Design Week.

A brown brick building as it stands today, the building is set for demolition to make way for a 27-level high state-of-the-art boutique commercial strata office that is set to redefine the traditional office space by creating an unprecedented vertical community with a strong emphasis on sustainability, technology, health and well-being.

A true honor to be part of such an inspiring and innovative initiative, you can experience Finding Infinity’s A New Normal exhibition firsthand from Fri, 26 Mar 2021 – Sun, 4 Apr 2021.

For more information visit https://www.normalise.it/. For more information on 130 Little Collins, please visit https://130littlecollins.com.au/

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