UNSW policy makers, planners, engineers and thought leaders are working to help Sydney fulfil its potential as a beacon for urban living.
Concerns regarding the effects of affordable housing development on property values and quality of life for existing residents are largely unfounded, write Gethin Davison and Edgar Liu.
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.
High-rise architecture needs to respond to a city’s unique climate, culture and context, writes Philip Oldfield.
Worsening inequality is a critical issue underlying the debate about Sydney’s nightlife, write Peta Wolifson and Chris Gibson.
The harbour is arguably Sydney’s only true great public space. And, perhaps, its most contested, writes Helen Lochhead.
In 35 years, Sydney's population will hit 8 million. Sue Holliday argues there are six ways the city can be transformed by 2050 to increase liveability and affordability.
An art project that began in the polluted waterways of Manila opens this week (Tuesday, 15 March) at the Royal Botanic Garden, Sydney.
Dr Grace Karskens' intimate account of the early days of Sydney in The Colony has won the $100,000 Prime Minister's Literary Award for nonfiction.
Radically redesigned train stations and mobile art galleries are among ideas for Sydney explored by young architects in a new exhibition.