RMIT University’s Design Hub, Melbourne, Victoria
We are excited that this year’s Interactive Entertainment Conference 2013 takes place at RMIT University’s newly built Design Hub. Home to the RMIT Games Research Centre, it features leading-edge facilities for design education, research and engagement with industry.

The Design Hub has been developed to support and expand RMIT University’s position as an internationally renowned leader in design education and research. A highly visible presence on the corner of Victoria and Swanson Streets, the Design Hub is also distinguished by environmentally sustainable design features and has achieved a Green Building Council of Australia (GBCA) 5-star Green Star Education Rating that signifies “Australian Excellence” in environmentally sustainable design.

The building architect is Sean Godsell. All official Design Hub photos by award winning photographer Earl Carter.
How to get there
The Design Hub is located at the strategic north-west corner of Victoria and Swanston Streets on the former Carlton United Brewery (CUB) site.

Public Transport
Tram Stop ID 3104
Trams: 1, 3, 3a, 5, 6, 8, 16 , 64 67, 72

Parking is available at the Queen Victoria Markets or the QV Building.

Cycling is a great way to discover Melbourne and the flat terrain makes it perfect for bike riders!

On Foot
Five minutes walk from Melbourne Central train station

RMIT University Design Hub – Building 100
Corner Victoria and Swanston Streets, Carlton. 3053

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