This year may well prove to be a turning point in how humanitarian aid responds to crises, writes David Sanderson.
Big ideas and big dollars have been invested in making 'memorable' places, write Edgar Liu and Robert Freestone.
Donald Trump, if he takes the US presidency, will immediately start building a wall between Mexico and the US. What lessons can he take from those celebrated wall-builders, the Chinese? asks Xing Ruan.
Who’ll profit from the huge investment of taxpayers’ funds in creating better-serviced, higher-density suburbs? And what will the changes mean for existing residents, asks Bill Randolph.
Here's to the Kodak camera, the transistor TV, the portable typewriter and other casualties of a throwaway age, writes Miles Park.
A reimagined Greek agora, inspired by ancient mythology and 1960s French cinema, is one of dozens of student design projects and innovations at UNSW's Luminocity 2016 exhibition.
As technology rapidly changes the way we interact with products and environments, UNSW's Oya Demirbilek will use her Utzon lecture to discuss the impact of good design on our health and happiness.
It's not just about finding money for solar panels – poorer households also struggle to gain access to reliable information about the green energy options available.
From its earliest days as a haven for refugees, Shanghai developed a distinctive character and urban identity that have driven its emergence as one of the world's great metropolises, writes Xing Ruan.
Australia’s first edited book on urban planning and the sex industry has received national recognition from the Planning Institute of Australia.