Flow State turns distribution into a civic process. Through Flow State, we have investigated the ways in which the hyper-efficient nature of logistics undermines social and environmental wellbeing. To go beyond this singular focus on efficiency, we have each proposed a new distribution centre in which an alternative, ethical principle has driven the design.  Though our distribution centres move different items,  they each use architecture to make distribution public. Flow State is led by Andrew Copolov, and is part of Monash Architecture Yr 3, 2021. 

Flow State acknowledges the Wurundjeri Woi Wurrung and Boon Wurrung people on whose unceded lands we live and work.

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Anna Nasioulas
Interflow responds to the wasteful consumption crisis - partnering with online marketplaces to provide a middleman service and facility that stores and on-sells second hand goods. Currently in Australia, $10.5 billion dollars a year is spent on products that are never used. Interflow celebrates the re-selling and recycling culture by simplifying the process for both the buyers and sellers and constantly aims to adapt with the times through the inclusion of on site offices and TAFE.

Interflow’s overarching principle of education allows for constant change towards a more sustainable future, being embedded in its architecture, program and processes.