UNSW Built Environment

construction

New free trade deals open the door to more foreign labour entering the Australian construction industry, writes Martin Loosemore.

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Some of Australia’s foremost architects will exhibit rarely seen sketches and models in an exhibition celebrating 60 years of UNSW graduate excellence.

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Managing the risks of open data while exploiting its potential to make modern cities more accessible and inclusive is the focus of a workshop at UNSW this week.

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UNSW’s Faculty of Built Environment congratulates Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull for emphasising the importance of the design, delivery and management of cities to Australia in his cabinet.

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Construction is missing out on a huge untapped source of potential talent by marginalising and disadvantaging potential female employees, writes Martin Loosemore.

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Using state-of-the-art techology, Built Environment’s Catherine Bridge is working with industry to develop a new generation of products that will empower older Australians to live in their homes for longer. 

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One of the world’s leading thinkers in architectural history, theory and technology will explore the disruptive potential of big data in next week’s Utzon Lecture.

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A habitable timber bridge incorporating a pool and café is just one of more than 100 designs showcasing the work of UNSW Built Environment students, graduates and alumni in the annual Luminocity exhibition.

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A recent CEDA report found technological advances over the next 10 to 15 years mean 40% of Australia’s workforce faces a high probability of redundancy, writes Martin Loosemore.

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One of the masterminds behind realising the Sagrada Família will discuss his 40-year mission to complete Gaudí’s ambitous cathedral at next week's Utzon Lecture.

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