An enduring and transparent program of federal funding for operational expenses is essential to sustain the social housing system, write Chris Martin and Hal Pawson.
Abolishing without-grounds termination by landlords and reforming housing tax and finance policies will provide tenants with more security, writes Chris Martin.
A historic church in Elizabeth Bay near Sydney’s Kings Cross has been given new life by UNSW Master of Architecture students aiming to build engaged and resilient communities.
Construction on Australia's most recognisable icon should have stopped once the roofs were erected, writes Xing Ruan.
Colour is a powerful tool for scientific storytelling, even if it's not quite true to the science, writes Kate Patterson.
Philanthropist and White Rabbit Gallery founder Judith Neilson has made her second major donation to UNSW with the announcement of The Judith Neilson Chair in Contemporary Art.
We used to think '60s apartments were austere and badly built. Now, they appear as paragons of generosity, grace and certitude, writes Elizabeth Farrelly.
The built environment industry needs to meet its full responsibility to society by building more equitable and socially sustainable cities, writes Martin Loosemoore.
The problem is not just supply – action is needed on many fronts to address housing affordability, writes Hal Pawson.
The first exhibition of Myuran Sukumaran’s work by a major Australian gallery is a deeply political show with strong critical reflections on trauma, justice and redemption, writes Andrew Yip.