In major cities across Australia, there is a stark contrast between lofty planning goals and the sprawling reality on the ground, write Robert Freestone and Stephen Hamnett.
UNSW Sydney’s Faculty of Arts & Social Sciences delivers a celebration of teaching and research achievements at their inaugural public showcase, immersing attendees in an international knowledge exchange.
Video games, landscape etchings and experimental film are among more than 200 projects from the next generation of graduate artists and designers exhibiting at this year's UNSW Art & Design ANNUAL.
Designing sustainable cities of the future will be the focus of next week's CRC for Low Carbon Living’s annual participants' forum.
A light-weight sofa that transforms into an eight-seater dining table is among the exhibits from more than 40 students at this year's Industrial Design graduation exhibtion, 'Prismatic'.
Joanna Mendelssohn examines the historical and social background to the summer exhibition 'Rembrandt & the Dutch Golden Age'.
The way in which artists interpret quantum computing and experience new technology were the subjects of the latest Professorial Inaugural Lectures at UNSW.
Paying to use a living room by the minute is the future of urban city living – we just haven't realised it yet, writes Christian Tietz.
Post-graduate Fine Arts student Claudia Nicholson has won this year's Create NSW & Artspace Visual Arts Emerging Fellowship.
With monsoon flooding and natural disasters in South Asia increasing in scale and severity, what can architects and urban planners do to make a difference?