Art, Architecture & Design

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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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UNSW's graduating Master of Architecture students have reimagined Sydney's Fish Market to include floating markets, vertical farming, and communal villages. 

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UNSW is offering the first undergraduate Social Robotics course in Australia, giving students the opportunity to design robots that engage emotionally with humans.

From colonial thoroughfare to financial hub, the evolution of one of Australia's most iconic urban spaces is captured in a new book by UNSW academics. 

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The stereotype of a dependent generation who won’t leave home ignores the many reasons adult family members choose to live together in the one house, write Edgar Liu and Hazel Easthope.

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