League is a design research collaborative operating at the intersection of architecture, urban design and curatorial practice. Operating in Melbourne, Australia, the studio initiates research-based exhibitions, events and publishing encompassing the built environment, history, contemporary politics and ideas around the public good. League co-opts transdisciplinary mediums and methods to document, investigate and generate critical genealogies relating to site and community.






Georgia Hutchison is an artist, curator, designer and educator based in Melbourne, Australia. Her approach to creative, professional and pedagogical practice is curious and critical of our slippery encounters with material situations—seeking cultural significance and vibrancy in matter. Hutchison is currently working with National Association for the Visual Arts as a researcher and advocate for Australian craft and design; and as Design Manager and Creative Producer for U-P; as a design educator with UNSW and RMIT University; and as an independent curator and artist.


Luca Lana (b.1981) is an architect and educator based in Melbourne, Australia. Luca has over ten years of design education including a Masters of Architecture from RMIT University. Lana directs architectural + design practice Lanarepublic, and is an educator in architectural design, history and communication at RMIT University, Monash University and the University of Melbourne. Lana draws on his knowledge of social, political and architectural history while working across scale in public architecture projects to expanded creative research practice.


Sarah Lyons (b.1991) is a designer, artist and and writer whose practice is concerned by social politics in the context of physical environments. Amidst graduating from a Bachelor of Design (Interior) she has self published critical essays on politics and architecture alongside pursuing a research based practice with clay. Lyons’ execution across all mediums is representative of a deep philosophical inquest into the status of ontology and its physical manifestation.


Geoff Riding (b.1984) is an urban planner and graphic designer based in Melbourne, Australia. Geoff’s interests lie in social constructs embedded in urban structures, forms and functions, which interact and modify complexities of urban life. Riding is co-director of graphic design studio Copy Boy. Riding graduated with a Bachelor of Design (Visual Communications) and is currently engaged in Masters of Urban Planning at the University of Melbourne.