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Initiatives that led to State Library Victoria’s redevelopment

What happens at the intersection of technology, design, construction and community?

Join Architectus Principal Ruth Wilson, Mitchell Brandtman, Partner Matt Hemming and Wolter Consuliting Group Director David Uhlmann this Thursday at Urbanity 2019 where, under the theme of ‘Cities on a Collision Course’, they will dissect three fascinating case studies and explore examples on how the industry is adapting to the major challenges of urban renewal.

Ruth will share her insights on the major redevelopment of the State Library Victoria, and how using the latest digital design technology, leading sustainability initiatives and a unique heritage conservation approach, Architectus was able to secure the library as the beating heart of Melbourne for many generations to come.

Ruth Wilson - Urbanity 2019


Ruth Wilson - Urbanity 2019
A ticket to the world: our new tool for inclusive air travel
Ruth Wilson - Urbanity 2019
Mission critical: The rising demand for data centres
Ruth Wilson - Urbanity 2019
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