Exciting Melbourne Design Week 2024 Highlights Nigerian Architect Tosin Oshinowo as Headliner

Nigerian architect Tosin Oshinowo is set to headline the 2024 Melbourne Design Week. Oshinowo’s keynote lecture will highlight her innovative approaches to architecture and urbanism across the world, showcasing her socially responsive designs. The event, spanning 11 days and offering over 300 activities, focuses on the theme “Design the world you want,” with a particular emphasis on energy, ethics, and ecology.

With a notable track record as the founder of Lagos-based Oshinowo Studio and significant roles in curating international design events, Oshinowo brings a wealth of experience to the stage. Melbourne Design Week’s program encompasses a diverse range of exhibitions, discussions, and presentations, providing attendees with a comprehensive exploration of contemporary design trends. Emphasizing sustainability and community engagement, the event includes initiatives such as the Revival Project, featuring environmentally conscious design concepts.

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Scheduled to unveil the full program on April 11th, Melbourne Design Week is anticipated by design enthusiasts and industry professionals alike. While many events are free, some may require registration in advance, ensuring an inclusive and immersive experience for all participants. Melbourne Design Week 2024 promises to be an inspiring celebration of creativity, innovation, and the profound impact of design on shaping a better world.

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