Twenty-eight urban designers of the future have displayed their work at the annual Master of Urban Development and Design (MUDD) exhibition at UNSW.
The exhibition, currently in its 12th year, is made up of urban design drawings and audio-visual displays. It features work from the MUDD international studios held in Dubai, United Arab Emirates and Buenos Aires, Argentina, as well as the Australian and generic design projects that the students have worked on.
Students who took part in the international studios spent two weeks in each of the locations experiencing the city.
"This compulsory international field trip is a unique characteristic of our course and one of the things we are known for around the world," Dr Bruce Judd, coordinator of Buenos Aires studio explains.
"The work is part of a course entitled communication in urban design. The aim of this course is to help urban designers develop communication skills in exhibitions, publication and web communications."
Guests at the exhibition included many distinguished urban design practitioners plus people from industry, government and academia. One of the aims of the event is to present UNSW graduates and their work to prospective employers.
The exhibition runs between 9am and 5pm from 1 - 9 March in the Red Centre West, UNSW. For more information click here