Using architecture, graphics, lighting, landscape, sound, and interactive elements, designers are using visible and imperceptible cues to change the way we act, think, and feel. Featuring leading voices from different Melbourne based design studios, the Shaping Behaviour Salon examines how designers influence and change people’s behaviour in built environments.
The Salon features a series of brief talks on how designers shape behaviour and user focused design principles. There will be a moderated panel discussing the future for behaviour in the built environment. A Q&A session will follow, along with an opportunity to hang out, chat, and have some drinks.
Director—Morris Access Consulting
Venue: RMIT Design Hub,
Multipurpose Room, Level 1,
Cnr Victoria and Swanston St,
Date: 12 May 2015
Time: 6:00pm entry for 6:30 start till 8:30pm
Contact: Chris Thorpe, ID/Lab,
0421 822 438, firstname.lastname@example.org
Presented by DFL & ID/Lab