Art, Architecture & Design

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UNSW architecture and urban design experts on what they would love to see in their city.

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Cultural precincts, bold collaborations and integrated ticketing are just some of the innovations needed to lift Sydney's arts life to the next level.

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Three cities in one, affordable housing and female-friendly planning are key values for Sydney's future, says UNSW Adjunct Professor Lucy Turnbull.

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Beautiful one day, infuriating the next, Sydney stands at a crossroads and must choose a path that truly values the interest of its citizens.

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UNSW policy makers, planners, engineers and thought leaders are working to help Sydney fulfil its potential as a beacon for urban living.

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While it’s nice to imagine tents, water tanks and food parcels being rushed to a far flung village beset by misfortune this Christmas, it could be of dubious value, argues David Sanderson.

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UNSW Art & Design Annual 2016 – Premiere screenings preview

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If we want to increase the number of women in Australia's construction sector we need to be willing to challenge working conditions for men, write Louise Chappell and Natalie Galea.

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Sex Discrimination Commissioner Kate Jenkins will launch a major UNSW report today on gender inequality in the construction sector.

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Although electricity production and the manufacturing industry are the greatest carbon emitters, individuals also have a role to play, writes Deo Prasad.

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