INVERT 4.0 will address growing concerns about how cities will accommodate the transition toward electrical vehicles. 

After four years of successful collaboration, green magazine and MINI are partnering again to present the latest iteration of their ground-breaking sustainability initiative: INVERT 4.0. Continuing a legacy of design innovation and future-focused thinking, INVERT 4.0 challenges us to consider how our cities will adapt to renewable energy sources and electric vehicles.

Over two days, from 9 - 10 November, a series of hand-drawn and computer-generated designs will be exhibited to the public, showcasing their ideas and strategies for the Precinct. Students from RMIT’s school of architecture will also participate in the initiative, and their scale-model design of the site will be presented alongside the architects’ drawings. 

The exhibition will take place at the gallery located on site, at The Stables, 2 Wreckyn St, North Melbourne.