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    QHouse: 116 Rokeby; a breathing space

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    Step into the future of working with an exclusive tour of 116 Rokeby by architecture and design practice, Carr, on Wednesday April 17th. 

    In our first Naarm/Melbourne QHouse for 2024, Carr will unveil their latest project: 116 Rokeby Street, a 10-level commercial office building developed and built by Figurehead.

    Nestled in the heart of Collingwood, 116 Rokeby isn't just a building; it's a ‘breathing space’ embodying the future of innovation, environmental responsibility, and inclusivity. Here, design meets purpose and every element tells a story of sustainability, indigenous heritage, and community inclusiveness.

    This is your opportunity to experience first-hand the transformative power of architecture in shaping a better, more inclusive future. 

    This event is generously empowered by Carr, Space, and Figurehead. We also extend our thanks to our ongoing event partners, Studio White Noise and Zesty Events.

    Sustainability & Inclusive Design

    • Climate Active Carbon Neutral 
    • Platinum WELL Certification
    • 5.5 NABERS energy rating
    • Operates on 100% renewable electricity
    • Daylit floor plates with natural ventilation
    • Gender Neutral toilets to all office floors 

    Indigenous Recognition

    Inspired by the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung, the southern facade features the artwork of Lowell Hunter and Gerard Black entitled 'Reflections of a Breathing Space,' an indigenous mural honouring their heritage and commitment to sustainability.

    Event Highlights

    • Exclusive Building Tour
    • Networking
    • Refreshments & Nibbles

    Accessibility & Inclusion

    We are committed to ensuring accessibility for all attendees. Please inform us of any specific requirements.
    This event is for LGBTQIA+ members and supporting allies, fostering an inclusive environment where everyone feels welcome and valued.


    Date: Wednesday, April 17th
    6pm - 9pm
    116 Rokeby Street, Collingwood

    Limited spaces available. RSVP now to secure your spot!

    Queers in Property acknowledge the traditional owners of the land, the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung people and all indigenous Australians. We honour their connection to country, and extend our deepest respects to their Elders, past and present. 

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