How does the Sydney Opera House measure up in terms of sustainability? This is one of the presentations at a major international symposium to be held this week entitled “What would Utzon do now?"
To future proof Australia's construction industry, we need a broad and imaginative reform agenda that can unite disparate industry stakeholders around a common vision, writes Martin Loosemore.
Some of the world’s most respected architects and researchers in design and sustainability will speak at a major international symposium, co-hosted by UNSW, at the Sydney Opera House.
Urban planning needs to address key barriers to downsizing, with fewer than one in 10 older people currently moving to smaller homes.
A desire for hands-on experience sent student Jessica Gottlieb to Kathmandu to work on a humanitarian project repairing a hospice in a World Heritage-listed temple.
Get involved and use your time wisely advises third-year Industrial Design student Edric Verbeek-Martin, who has some pointers for students making the transition from high school to university.
We need a robust public debate on the sustainability of our parklands. Without it, our future parks may look and function in ways we may regret, argues Catherine Evans.
Older and less able residents who are having difficulty improving access to their flats are to benefit from the findings of UNSW research.
What all this McMansion bashing has in common is a set of assumptions that are ill-founded, argues Steve King.
Sydney is the inspiration for some of UNSW’s graduating built environment students, whose work is showcased in the exhibition, LuminoCity, opening tonight with a debate 'Will Sydney remain one of the world's most liveable cities?'