Brunswick Design District

Brunswick Design District is a collaborative partnership between RMIT University, Moreland City Council and Creative Victoria to further evolve the suburb of Brunswick as a creative hub.  

A Memorandum of Understanding has been signed between the stakeholders which also encourages existing creative entrepreneurs in the suburb to stay and grow.

The district spans across the RMIT Brunswick-based design campus, including its world-class School of Fashion and Textiles, in addition to Council’s Civic and Cultural precinct and the key sites of 420 Victoria Street and 33 Saxon Street, Brunswick.

                      Studio sampler RMIT

In Brunswick, Council is leading the transformation project at 420 Victoria Street and the redevelopment of 33 Sexon Street. Both sites will have the capacity to offer approximately 8,500 sqm of lettable space for entrepreneurial, enterprise, design and community led activity.

The partnership is working collaboratively to develop a long-term vision for the Design District through engagement with a wide network of stakeholders, experts and local community members.  

                      Artist impression

To get involved and to learn more visit:

Business Moreland – Brunswick Design District

Memorandum of Understanding - Brunswick Design District (PDF 159Kb)