UNSW Built Environment

welding in the lab

The pandemic will shape the careers for next-generation industrial designers, but it won't define them, says UNSW expert.

melbourne park

Lockdown restrictions are rolling back, but the closure of public spaces could have a lasting impact, says an architect at UNSW Built Environment.

empty modern office

Interior architects and designers will be essential to the global recovery.

Mumbai slum

Many are speculating about the pandemic changing how we plan and use our cities. What they overlook is how many people live in unplanned settlements where it's more likely to be business as usual.

social housing

The pandemic has brought to a head deep-rooted problems with how housing is provided in Australia. Fortunately, the solutions can play a central role in the national recovery process.

pedestrian friendly street

Wider footpaths, separated cycleways and pedestrian-friendly streets could become the norm, says a UNSW Built Environment expert. 

Green spaces in Sydney

UNSW’s Paul Osmond says the design of buildings and cities need to change after this pandemic.

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The disasters have come one after another. While they may not be entirely preventable, we can take many practical steps tailored to local needs and conditions to reduce the impacts on our cities.

Suburban houses

Key property market metrics, before and during the coronavirus pandemic, are displayed in real-time on an interactive map.

balcony garden

You can live in an apartment and still have the garden of your dreams.

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