Design Hub

Design Hub

The Design Hub contains multiple hire-able venues, including a lecture theatre, a multi-purpose room with foyer, a long room and four individual pavilions located on the rooftop.

The multipurpose room has a large open plan allowing for creative use of the space for any number of activities from lectures to large training workshops.

The pavilions on the rooftop are available in different sizes and will suit meetings, workshops or used as break out spaces.

The long room is a unique feature taking up the length of the building and works well for cocktail functions. The disks that make up the ’skin’ of the building create interesting city views. 

Address

Building 100, 150 Victoria Street, Carlton

Suitable for

  • Lectures
  • workshops
  • art shows
  • conferences
  • dinners
  • cocktail functions.

Capacity

Room

Cocktail

Theatre

Banquet

Classroom

Boardroom

U-shape

Multi-purpose room

200

200

112

 

100

100

Lecture Theatre

-

150

-

-

-

-

Long Room *

80

80

80

80

80

80

Pavilion 1 *

30

30

30

30

30

30

Pavilion 2 *

12

12

12

12

12

12

Pavilion 3 *

12

12

12

12

12

12

Pavilion 4 *

20

20

20

20

20

20

 * The maximum capacity on level 10 at any time is 80. Each of these venues are located on level 10.

Catering

Hirers are able to source a catering supplier to meet their budget and style. A selected list of caterers is available upon request. Catering facilities on site are limited.

Parking and public transport 

No on-campus parking is available for visitors, but you’ll find many commercial car parks and metered parking a short walk away. The venue is close to all forms of public transport including trains, trams and buses.

Bookings

Please direct all booking queries via email to venues@rmit.edu.au. A quick reference guide to RMIT's venue spaces is available upon request.

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