RMIT Design Hub Gallery exists to ask questions about design’s role in the world today. Through exhibitions, conversations, performances and publications, we explore the process of design – making space to imagine, test and risk new ideas together.
Founded within RMIT University, the Design Hub Gallery has its roots in the city and in research practice. But most of all we are a public place, a zone for exploration and a platform for exchange, locally and internationally. We are an open space for discovery, questioning and experimentation.
RMIT Design Hub Gallery is part of RMIT Culture.
Getting to the Gallery
RMIT Design Hub Gallery is located on Level 2 of Building 100, RMIT University on the corner of Swanston and Victoria Streets. Entry to Design Hub Gallery is via the Victoria Street forecourt. The gallery is located below street level.
The gallery can be reached by trams traveling on Swanston Street. The closest stop is Swanston St/ Queensberry St.
Limited street parking is available.
Wheelchair access throughout the building.
Toilet facilities are available.
RMIT Culture brings together the university’s cultural spaces, creative programs and art, film, design and research collections, providing valuable support for the university’s learning and teaching activities and opportunities to inspire creativity and collaboration. By showcasing and expanding RMIT’s cultural assets through new initiatives RMIT Culture helps facilitate an enterprise-wide approach to cultural engagement. RMIT Culture acknowledges the people of the Woi wurrung and Boon wurrung language groups of the eastern Kulin Nations on whose unceded lands we work.
Image: Metahaven Field Report, installation view, 2020. Photography by Tobias Titz.