27 May 2008
Two academics from UNSW's Faculty of the Built Environment have won a major industry award for their work on the Beijing Olympics.
23 April 2008
Staff and students from the Faculty of the Built Environment have once again blitzed a series of design and planning awards.
25 March 2008
Students from the FBE and COFA blitz the nation's design competitions.
18 March 2008
UNSW alumnus and Adjunct Professor Richard Johnson has been awarded the prestigious Royal Australian Institute of Architects 2008 Gold Medal.
11 March 2008
Professor Deo Prasad will chair a United Nations environmental forum.
07 March 2008
International urban design expert Professor Jon Lang will discuss how global cities are shaped when he presents the inaugural Paul Reid Lecture in Urban Design.
18 December 2007
A group of four universities, lead by UNSW, are working on a ground-breaking research project which will investigate current models of studio teaching in architecture, art and design in Australia.
20 November 2007
The next generation of made-in-Australia designers, architects and planners will be on display when the Faculty of the Built Environment hosts their annual graduand exhibitions.
09 November 2007
Researchers in the Faculty of the Built Environment are winning international recognition.
28 August 2007
Russell Lowe, a digital technology expert specialising in repurposing computer gaming technology to aid architectural design, will host a forum on digital architecture on 28 August.
24 August 2007
Interior Architecture student Hayley Carr has won two black belt events in an international karate competition.
03 August 2007
Three UNSW students will represent Australia in Water Polo and Table Tennis at the upcoming World University Summer Games.
31 July 2007
Three students from the Planning and Urban Development Program in the Faculty of the Built Environment (FBE) have dominated the Urban Development Institute of Australia's 2007 Tertiary Awards for Excellence.
16 July 2007
Thirty eight design and engineering students will construct an enormous sculpture of a snake, nick-named Ed, on the UNSW campus to celebrate multi-disciplinary design education.
16 July 2007
A world-first symposium at UNSW will look at new trends in the field of design education and the growing collaboration between architects, engineers and designers.
10 July 2007
Thirty eight design and engineering students have constructed an enormous sculpture of a snake, nick-named Ed, on the UNSW campus to celebrate multi-disciplinary design education.
05 July 2007
A revolution is underway in the teaching of architecture and design, according to organisers of a major design education conference at UNSW.
09 March 2007
UNSW is Australia's most represented university on a federal government taskforce which has been established to define the future directions for built environment design professions.