Design Aid: Helping to rebuild Victoria

May 5, 2009
  • Article by Online Editor

In response the devastating Victorian bushfires, a group of industry professionals have established Design Aid.

As the name suggests, Design Aid is a register of architects, builders, carpenters, interior designers and other associated trades who are willing to volunteer their expertise to individuals, families and community groups in rebuilding their homes and buildings.

Design Aid is currently seeking volunteer professionals to donate consultation time in a variety of ways, which may include: the creation of concept schemes to suit budget, one-on-one design/building consultations in Melbourne or rural Victoria and panel discussions in rural locations. This is a great opportunity to make a difference to those people whose lives have been most affected by this tragedy.

To register and for more information, see designaid.org.au.

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