UNSW Built Environment

orange tree

The time is ripe for bringing food production back into urban life through our use of public space.

Picture of a cobot

A UNSW student is building one of the world’s most advanced robotic hands for use on construction sites. 

Tristan Sailor playing against Souths in Indigenous Round

The NRL star is embarking on his second degree, emphasising the importance of education and planning for the future for professional athletes.

Using computer to help draw on a printed architecture plan

The open-source movement could not only disrupt architecture but also help solve the global housing crisis.

Walking in Sydney CBD

In the fight against global terrorism, architecture has a surprisingly important role to play.

Sydney apartment building

The fallout from COVID-19 for housing and homelessness just adds to the urgency of fixing the long-standing ills of the housing market. The well-being of Australia's economy and people depends on it.

Twisting building in Russia

When it comes to architecture, imitation could be the sincerest – and most sensible – form of flattery.

Matilda McDonell defends the shot of Samantha Wallace in the Suncorp Super Netball

A chance to bond as a team by living and playing a whole season together may seem exciting at first, but how do athletes cope when the novelty wears off?

lever weeder

The lever weeder can improve the efficiency of weed management and the survival of native species through vital bush regeneration.

Bronwyn Graham's illustrated backdrop of male lab rats and 'invisible women'

From baking to black swans, and male lab rats to mavericks, UNSW researchers reflect on lessons from our time in a socially distanced world.

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