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.
As southeastern Australia swelters through another heatwave Martin Loosemoore and Anumitra Mirti Chand ask if our hospitals are equipped to cope.
UNSW researchers Linda Corkery and Kate Bishop are calling for radical change in the way we design cities for our younger citizens.
The lifespans of existing cemeteries in major Australian cities are severely limited so we need to consider our burial options before available spaces are exhausted, write Kate Ryan and Christine Steinmetz.
A panoramic exhibition that visually forecasts the global displacement of entire cultures will have its Australian premiere at UNSW Galleries on Saturday as part of the Sydney Festival.
Industrial Design graduate Joshua Flowers has burst on to the design scene with his Flower Chair – vibrant street furniture that cradles the body and 'activates' the environment.
UNSW graduates Felicity Stewart and Matthias Hollenstein exploded onto Sydney's architecture scene.