Bike Meet with Utopian Folk
We are revisiting our partnership with the Office for Good Design to present more FREE design themed bike tours this spring.
See your city through the eyes of a designers Utopian Folk by bike. This well-paced, collective ride shows us not only what we can learn about our urban space by wheels, but why Utopian Folk think spaces of public meeting are crucial to making cities hum. The ride will begin and end at MPavilion.
MPavilion is a unique architecture commission and design event for Melbourne, initiated by the Naomi Milgrom Foundation with support from City of Melbourne and the Victorian State Government.
Each year for the next four years an outstanding architect will be commissioned to design a temporary pavilion for the Queen Victoria Gardens, in the centre of the vibrant Southbank Arts Precinct.
About Utopian Folk
Formed to make creative skills more accessible to the professional world, Utopian Folk is a collaboration between Utopian Slumps and Folk Architects. We expand art, design and architecture into new territories to ensure accessibility and limitless creatively.
Utopian Folk take an open and participatory approach to developing inspirational places. Our focus is on unexpected, new and collaborative approaches to creating inspiring and sustainable environments. Our aim is to promote an open-minded attitude toward the development of new ideas, visions and actions for better living.
This ride is suitable for intermediate and experienced bike riders. It will take place on off road and on road bike lanes in traffic. Bring water, snacks and sunscreen.
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