In-home kitchens were on the chopping block for a while, but now it seems they’re back on the menu.
Increasingly hostile designs are emerging to keep members of the public out of public space.
Ghettos of crime, drugs and vice? Full of people bludging off the state? That's typical of the unfair stigma attached to public housing, and it distracts us from more fundamental issues.
The 5G revolution could trigger an e-waste avalanche, but there are ways we can stem the flow, UNSW industrial design expert says.
Whether it’s art or porn, ruin photography tells a deeper story than what’s behind the lens.
A negative-pressure tent has been designed to give COVID-19 patients a more human experience during treatment in quarantine.
An exploration of the history of the Sydney Meridian re-imagines Australia’s relationship with territory and time for an artist from UNSW Art & Design.
These unsanctioned footpaths defy design, but is that necessarily a bad thing?
A study during last season’s bushfires provides vital insights into the multiple interplays between weather extremes and air pollution.
Dr Mark Ian Jones discusses the future of design and architecture and how designers need to ask themselves, 'do we need this'?