Art, Architecture & Design

Veronica Tello and Diana Baker Smith

UNSW Art & Design researchers will present an experimental history at the Know My Name Conference.

People in barangaroo

The emergence of these pseudo-public spaces raises fundamental questions about the value of a public domain that is by the public, for the public.

Designer Emma Peters in her studio with works laid out on a table before a window in the background

The UNSW textile designer and associate lecturer makes fabrics with local resonance to promote a more sustainable way of living.

piano in empty interior

Our experience of the built environment is augmented by more than what we can see.

A woman in a wheelchair at the top of a fire exit flight of stairs

A new photographic series explores the embodied experiences of women with disability.

rainbow treehouse in a park

The minimalism and natural cohesion of the treehouse can teach us how to live more sustainably, says a UNSW expert.

Art vessels crafted from brass, copper and silver arranged on a surface

Designer Zoë Veness draws inspiration from the environment to craft intricate art-objects that ask big questions.

Artist and filmmaker Lynette Wallworth

The Emmy caps an eventful year for the Sydney artist, who began 2020 advocating for stronger leadership on climate change.

orange tree

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

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.

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