Bypassing planning regulations is likely to have impacts on social inequity and wellbeing that could prove very costly for both governments and people.
How we reduce CO2 emissions in the built environment is changing – with focus moving from energy efficiency to reducing embodied carbon, according to UNSW’s Philip Oldfield.
This new show at the Powerhouse Museum reflects the chaos of the digital world and the ubiquity of digital tracking.
Greater consideration of the clothes we buy and how we look after them can lead to more equitable and environmentally friendly practices, says UNSW Associate Professor of Design Alison Gwilt.
An immersive exhibition of First Nations design invites visitors into the creative process through workshops and videos sharing the stories behind the works.
‘Literary couples are a plague,’ wrote Elsa Morante, married to Alberto Moravia. They’re one of the couples in this lively exploration of what happens when two writers share loves and lives.
In a new study, students say they want access to indoor and outdoor play spaces at vertical schools. But they don’t want too much noise.
In George Eliot’s masterpiece of 19th century realism, characters are confronted with the limits of their individual capacities and visions.
Archibald Prize winner Julia Gutman paints portraits whose stories run deep, and are layered with meaning and with textiles, too.
So many of our artistic geniuses have complicated legacies. What do we do with work we love by artists whose behaviour is more difficult to admire?